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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-24-2007, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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Question tailpipes

I've been looking for custom mufflers and tailpipes for my '97 vulcan750. I am confused with the types out there. it seems there are slipon mufflers-are they any good? Also some kits have the two pipes on the same side of the bike, I like one on each side like it is designed. Any input will be helpful of which name brand is more popular for this bike. thanks
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Dyna pipes (for Hardley bikes) are pretty popular slip-ons and reasonably priced on eBay. Fergy has them and the sound clip he provided sounds really good.
With those, you can keep the two sided set-up.
Do you still have the premuffler (or more commonly called here, the goats belly) on the exhaust?

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everything is stock on my bike. what about any V&H.
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V&H are good pipes, they have a good sound.
You will have to do some adjustment to the carbs to keep the popping on decel.
not hard to do there is a good write up in the verses about it

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The dyna slip ons are easy to install, but you have to make your own mounts. It's not a hard job if you have a grinder to smooth the cut ends of the strap metal used for the mount. It helps to have a dremmel to cut the metal with and a drill press to drill it, but it could be done with a hack saw and a hand drill. Somewhere on here I posted pics of the metal and the mufflers mounted. Oh yeah, they're in the Member Gallery under Fergy.

You can find the dynas on ebay for around $25-30 bucks.

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