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Fair price. Paid just over 300 in 2014.
 

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You'd think after all these years they could come up with one pic of a VN750 with their pipes on it.

Not a bad price, been looking at them since I got my bike in 2013.
 

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Pipes as pictures. Dual side

 

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Crossover go buh bye
 

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Yea without the 'goats belly' it's a fine place for the R/R
 

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No rejets for v&h exhaust needed really. Gas mileage would therefore be unaffected.

Can hear them here
 

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One more question: if the goat's belly is gone, is there an H-pipe somewhere in the V&H system to replace it, or are the two pipes independent?

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No H pipe
 

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So how DO they affect low-end performance since you say gas mileage doesn't seem to be affected? Sounds really nice. I had a friend that had a V-Star 650 once. He had done something to the pipes and it sounded like a much larger engine. Not bad but it was false advertising in a way. I happen to like the general sound of the 750 range motors. Not the heavy, deep sounds of a big motor and not the super-high revving sound of your general purpose sport bike. The V&Hs make it sound like what it really is: a warmed -over 750.
 

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So how DO they affect low-end performance since you say gas mileage doesn't seem to be affected? Sounds really nice. I had a friend that had a V-Star 650 once. He had done something to the pipes and it sounded like a much larger engine. Not bad but it was false advertising in a way. I happen to like the general sound of the 750 range motors. Not the heavy, deep sounds of a big motor and not the super-high revving sound of your general purpose sport bike. The V&Hs make it sound like what it really is: a warmed -over 750.
No performance is affected, at least not by butt-dyno standards.
 
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