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Hello all, looking to get some more hp and tune the bike nice. Usual stock setup currently, not getting the low end torque etc..going to start off simple and roll for a year or 3 with stock cams. I'll be adding pcv and Lloyd's air filter in near future. What pipes do y'all have and do you have the rundown on what additional/avg hp increase they provide. Appreciate your time and recommendations. Hope all is well,
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You're gonna get a plethora of replies.

I started off with my 10' XC using nascar6 rebuilds. They were ok.

On my current XC, I started with stock, went to D&D's, too tame, unwrapped the baffles, still no joy.

Went to Vance & Hines, this is the sound that our bikes should make!!! If you want a tad tamer sound, you can get a set of baffles and put them in. My .02 worth, I'm sure lots are gonna jump on this bandwagon.......

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Hello all, looking to get some more hp and tune the bike nice. Usual stock setup currently, not getting the low end torque etc..going to start off simple and roll for a year or 3 with stock cams. I'll be adding pcv and Lloyd's air filter in near future. What pipes do y'all have and do you have the rundown on what additional/avg hp increase they provide. Appreciate your time and recommendations. Hope all is well,
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Welcome from CT. There are many options to new mufflers. Mine, for example, have the OEM innards removed and replaced with glasspacks. Many folks here have done this "Thrush mod" (try a search for that!) with great results.

There are a couple of folks here who are 'recoring' OEM mufflers with new baffles. User dtmmil here is one such guy and I have seen and heard the results of his work first hand.

There are several commercial options available, but now the cost is going to climb to about $560 and more.



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Miller Mufflers .

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Miller Mufflers .
Where does he get Miller Mufflers? Oh yea, that's right: dtmmil



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Madstad Windshield, 5000K HID, TriOvals, Memphis Shields wings, Ultimate seat
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Arlen Ness blinkers, KlockWerks KlipHanger bars, Avon grips

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I know I'll prob get a ton of advice on this and I appreciate it from everyone. Like to do a lot of research and put thought into it before I pull trigger rather go with the right choice for me. Also when u guys do your remap with a pcv what's a good rev/rpm limit that won't push engine to much. Want to keep it efficient and healthy for a long life. Thanks again,
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All of the slip ons will give performance gains. Your best bet is to go to a Vic gathering and see and hear them for yourself as it is very difficult to describe volume and sound on line.
As for rpm's, the stock cams can't spin fast enough to hurt the engine. Set it at 6,000 rpm's just because you can, but the engine will lose power way before that.

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when u guys do your remap with a pcv what's a good rev/rpm limit that won't push engine to much. Want to keep it efficient and healthy for a long life. Thanks again,
Cy
My limiter is stock, and I have only ever hit my limiter once; that was just to see where it was.



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JVC KD-X35MDT, PBR300X4, Polk DB6502, DaytonAudio ND140-4 rear
HyperLites, LED driving lights, Lloydz dyno 105+H and 117+T
Arlen Ness blinkers, KlockWerks KlipHanger bars, Avon grips

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D & Ds quiet until you nail the throttle - then it roars

Also the D & Ds have great performance gains w/o all the noise.

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My Jones packs aren't loud either. Did 125 miles with my wife on Sunday and she didn't mention them. That's a win for me!



2013 XCT, Boardwalk Blue w/ Vicwrapz
S&S Cams, Lloydz filter & ATS +3, PCV, UD pulley, Alto Red Eagle clutch plates
Madstad Windshield, 5000K HID, TriOvals, Memphis Shields wings, Ultimate seat
JVC KD-X35MDT, PBR300X4, Polk DB6502, DaytonAudio ND140-4 rear
HyperLites, LED driving lights, Lloydz dyno 105+H and 117+T
Arlen Ness blinkers, KlockWerks KlipHanger bars, Avon grips

Spectro Golden 4 20w40 for Victory L.SG424, Kury Sabertooth LEDs
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