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I'm looking to replace the Cobra 2-1 on my Gunner. I'm looking for pics and reviews on your exhausts. I'm interested in Black exhausts and I'm also wondering- will I have to re-tune the bike since I have a stage 1 tune already if I move to another stage 1 type exhaust?

I'm also looking to shed a few pounds off that right side and get rid of this boat anchor.

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timely!
I just today took off my Freedom Performance Slash pipes and fitted RPW Slash pipes.
They look pretty much the same but performance even though not lacking with the FPs should be better with the RPW
They have a nicer cleaner curve to em too.

Just imagine they're black!
Oh and imagine my Vegas is a Gunner...
Same bike really.. just cosmetically different.
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" " timing wheel @4 deg.
" " Primary plate
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I like the new ones... Where and how much? Did you have to re-tune the bike?

I saw these on CycleopsUSA.com in Black...
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I like the new ones... Where and how much? Did you have to re-tune the bike?

I saw these on CycleopsUSA.com in Black...
I'm in Australia so RPW recommended I go through Victory Only to purchase them as they have a better shipping deal.
You're USA I presume so just hop on the RPW website.
Around 800 American dollars translated to $1300 here but hey they're the best flowing pipes I could get to complement my mods.
Yes my PCV will be retuned ASAP to make sure I'm not too lean

No doubt there's cheaper pipes out there, if you don't plan on any more mods and just want a better note then you may get away without a tune but I wouldn't recommend it if you love your bike and want it running at its optimum.
You're fortunate where you live that used pipes are available so if you're on a budget and particular with Gunner you can wrap a set of well used pipes and theylookgood again!
A set of scratched up chrome pipes can be wrapped or hit with VHT black header paint, for a great look on a your Gunner too.
If you were close for example I could sell you my B-grade Chrome Freedom Slash and you'd get em looking good again
With exhaust wrap,... I'm not into it myself for my Vegas is the first "flash" bike I've ever owned so Im overthe moonabout my new pipes.

Just got nabbed testing em out through a tunnel near my place. Didn't see Highway Patrol hiding in the dark just off the road facing towards me.
Saw their lights go on followed me for a mile then pulled me over, reckoned I was 15kph over in the tunnel.
Anyway after checking my record he said, been behaving yourself lately I see, bit of a wild boy when you were younger.... Well yes I guess I was I said, all alcohol related. Don't drink any more so don't get into trouble.
Ok he said I'm gonna let you off with a warning this time!
Cool,
Let us know how you go with the pipes there's lotsa styles that suit the Gunner and there's been good discounts on the Assault pipe here lately, good if you're solo rider as they interfere with the rear pegs.
Look real good through..

Victory Vegas 2010
Lloydz 109"cube big bore
" " 495 cams
" " TorqueTubes
" " timing wheel @4 deg.
" " Primary plate
" " IAV
RPW Slash pipes
PCV
Progressive 465 rear shock
Kingpin USD Forks
18" XC front wheel
1 3/4" 'Burleigh Bars'
Stebel air horn
12.106 @110.90mph
114/123

Victory Cross Country 2010 (106)
Lloyds air filter
" " VM1 Cams
Home gutted exhaust
Maximus
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Conquest Customs Ground Pounders look awesome and sound amazing.


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I'm in Australia so RPW recommended I go through Victory Only to purchase them as they have a better shipping deal.
You're USA I presume so just hop on the RPW website.
Around 800 American dollars translated to $1300 here but hey they're the best flowing pipes I could get to complement my mods.
Yes my PCV will be retuned ASAP to make sure I'm not too lean

No doubt there's cheaper pipes out there, if you don't plan on any more mods and just want a better note then you may get away without a tune but I wouldn't recommend it if you love your bike and want it running at its optimum.
You're fortunate where you live that used pipes are available so if you're on a budget and particular with Gunner you can wrap a set of well used pipes and theylookgood again!
A set of scratched up chrome pipes can be wrapped or hit with VHT black header paint, for a great look on a your Gunner too.
If you were close for example I could sell you my B-grade Chrome Freedom Slash and you'd get em looking good again
With exhaust wrap,... I'm not into it myself for my Vegas is the first "flash" bike I've ever owned so Im overthe moonabout my new pipes.

Just got nabbed testing em out through a tunnel near my place. Didn't see Highway Patrol hiding in the dark just off the road facing towards me.
Saw their lights go on followed me for a mile then pulled me over, reckoned I was 15kph over in the tunnel.
Anyway after checking my record he said, been behaving yourself lately I see, bit of a wild boy when you were younger.... Well yes I guess I was I said, all alcohol related. Don't drink any more so don't get into trouble.
Ok he said I'm gonna let you off with a warning this time!
Cool,
Let us know how you go with the pipes there's lotsa styles that suit the Gunner and there's been good discounts on the Assault pipe here lately, good if you're solo rider as they interfere with the rear pegs.
Look real good through..
Glad you got off the hook!

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Not as glad as me!

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Lloydz 109"cube big bore
" " 495 cams
" " TorqueTubes
" " timing wheel @4 deg.
" " Primary plate
" " IAV
RPW Slash pipes
PCV
Progressive 465 rear shock
Kingpin USD Forks
18" XC front wheel
1 3/4" 'Burleigh Bars'
Stebel air horn
12.106 @110.90mph
114/123

Victory Cross Country 2010 (106)
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" " VM1 Cams
Home gutted exhaust
Maximus
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Conquest Customs Ground Pounders look awesome and sound amazing.
Are they wrapped? Do they come that way? How do you clean that stuff and how loud are they? I live in Taxachusetts and they're pretty tough here on noise.

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Are they wrapped? Do they come that way? How do you clean that stuff and how loud are they? I live in Taxachusetts and they're pretty tough here on noise.


Yeah they come wrapped. I chose the black titanium wrap so it doesn't hurt it to get wet. I also sprayed the with black DEI silicone spray to help. They are pretty loud. They smooth out at highway speeds.


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This is the Trask 2 into 1 "Hotrod" exhaust on my Gunner. You could wrap the headers and have the little heat shield hide the clamps I think. You are going to want a fuel tuner of some type no matter what system you go with.
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