I did the "H" degoat!!! and I love it
The son of an old friend who built race cars for dirt track racing has returned to the area and started his own business, Eddie's Welding & Fabricating. I'm glad that I tracked him down, he is the most meticulous perfectionist that I've seen. With his pipe bender and swedger machine he fabricated me a 'H' degoat kit that's so precise and the fit so close that it didn't need clamps because it didn't leak during the test run. We did put the clamps on knowing that it would somewhat loosen up with the heat.
I'M HERE TO TELL YOU, IT SOUNDS GREAT, MAN IT SOUNDS GREAT.
It has a nice deep big bike rumble, but hiding in there is a little cracking/barking sound reminding me of my 750 Norton with the pea shooter mufflers. It has a very acceptable decibel level that's pleasing to the ear, not overpowering but lets you know that it's there. To keep the stock look and have a great sound, the 'H' degoat is the way to go.$80.00, parts and labor is a very inexpensive way to get a great quality sound from a stock exhaust.
Semper Fi & Ride Safe