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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-15-2006, 08:42 AM Thread Starter
 
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v&h pipe's louder then degoating

I did the degoating over the weekend sound's good
Are the vance & hines pipes a lot louder then the
degoating and how is the fit?
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I have asked that question before but never got a answer but I'm about to find out. Ordered a pair of V&H's today from cruiser customizing. Am planning to leave the baffles in unless they're quieter than a de-goat.
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I have asked that question before but never got a answer but I'm about to find out. Ordered a pair of V&H's today from cruiser customizing. Am planning to leave the baffles in unless they're quieter than a de-goat.
Alright woody we will be waiting to hear what you
have to say about them keep us posted thank's...
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the vance and hines are much louder then the degoating. i did the degoat, and was not to impressed with the sound. i put the vance and hines on shortly after, and it sounds like a big boy.
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V&H have a deeper throatier rumble compared to the tinnier sound of degoated stock pipes. Yeah more of a "Big Boy" sound. Leave the baffles in the V&H otherwise you will go deaf and your neighbors will plot against you!

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Thats more of what I wanted to hear as my driveway is only about 40 feet from my next door neighbors bedroom window and I leave for work at 5:30 in the morning.
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Definetly makes more noise, is it louder than the degoat? hard to say, It sounds like it has a lot more displacement. If you whack the throttle than yes it's much louder than a de-goat, but part or steady throttle was not a whole lot of difference. MLRS was right, it do sound like the big boys.
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Allright you guy's are right I put the v&h exaust on over the
weekend baffel's out and it sound's as good if not louder
then any bike out there, the harley boy's I ride with
were impressed, much better then the goat job........
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Now the next question is, are the cruzers hard to put on?
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If you've already de-goated it's only three bolts on each side. I also did away with the center stand. So it was easier still.
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