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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-26-2015, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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I have been doing extensive searches for aftermarket exhausts for my 2015 Magnum.
I am drawn to the clean rear look (no pipes).
I inquired at FSD and they currently do not offer any for my bike.
I have found the Trask Hot Rod 2 into 1s are a possibility.
Not sure about the 2 into 1 thing. I have always liked the look and sound of the 2 into 2 (true duels).
Sorry about all the babbling.
Does anyone have this Trask Exhaust on their bike?
If you do, thoughts/comments?
Does anyone know of any other similar options.
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guessing loud

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Why does such a short pipe cost a grand?!



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Why does such a short pipe cost a grand?!
Seamless stainless , mandrel bent ....... The Ground Pounders for steel framed bike are also a GRAND .....

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That's what I was thinking too.
Guess it may be because so few are available they feel that they can charge a really high price.
I would be ok with $600-$700 (like the Vance & Hines), but I think I will wait a while to see what comes out.
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MAGS is right though.
If you want quality you have to pay for it.
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fewer sales = more costly. sport bike full stainless systems cost less, they just sock it to us because theres little choices or competition
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Still way cheaper than Vics stage exhausts that dont do much.
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I was at VicBaggers over the weekend and saw a new 2 into 1 system they sell. One of the owners, Eric, has it on his slammed XC, and has been all over the country with it. It looks bada$$, but it is LOUD. I am guessing the Trask would be the same. Here's the link....
Victory Cross Country Performance Exhaust Single Sided Loud Pipes | victory aftermarket parts cross country cross roads



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I was at VicBaggers over the weekend and saw a new 2 into 1 system they sell. One of the owners, Eric, has it on his slammed XC, and has been all over the country with it. It looks bada$$, but it is LOUD. I am guessing the Trask would be the same. Here's the link....
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looks like that style pipe would eat a big hole in your cornering clearance, specially with those tips jutting out.

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