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How loud are these exhaust systems? Which is better for distance riding and long days on the bike.

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Both are Good Choices .. Had my Freedom True Duals Close to 60,000 Miles, & 3 Years Now and Still Look and Sound Great .. Bassani also makes Great Options as well .. I wanted the True Duals Mostly because think they are the best sounding Pipes can put on an XC .. Loud but Not Obnoxious ..

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Both are Good Choices .. Had my Freedom True Duals Close to 60,000 Miles, & 3 Years Now and Still Look and Sound Great .. Bassani also makes Great Options as well .. I wanted the True Duals Mostly because think they are the best sounding Pipes can put on an XC .. Loud but Not Obnoxious ..
Being in Florida, did you notice any difference in heat with a non-cat exhaust vs. stock?

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I like the looks of the true duals , but I love how the 2 into 1 exhausts clean up the whole look of the bike . Edalfa on here has the Bassani 2 into 1 I heard it during our tunes at Mom's , sounds comparable to the Millers to my ears ...

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How loud are these exhaust systems? Which is better for distance riding and long days on the bike.

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I have had the True Duals for about 2 1/2 yrs. & 35k miles. I love the sound. Very easy on the ears at cruising speed. I'm in southeast Texas and have not had any issues with heat either for me or my passenger.

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Iffin' I had the disposable income to afford this dual exhaust system; I'd be all over it.

I'm really liking the Thrush mod as a second best choice for me though. They do seem to be getting louder now that I have a few thousand miles on 'em though. Not obnoxious or anything; just louder.

Luckily; the cat heat (cat in heat?) is not an issue on my bike at this time.
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i know of a guy that got a like new set of freedom true duals off ebay for around $400

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Iffin' I had the disposable income to afford this dual exhaust system; I'd be all over it.

I'm really liking the Thrush mod as a second best choice for me though. They do seem to be getting louder now that I have a few thousand miles on 'em though. Not obnoxious or anything; just louder.
First, I love my Miller mufflers, the sound and power curve I have is awesome.....any other system would be a second choice and out of necessity to get rid of this f***king heat issue. I can not tell you all how sick I am of riding around with mine and my wife's calves on fire.
On that, my heat wrap came in today. I'm not going to have time to get that job done before this weekend's ride but I sure wish I could.

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i know of a guy that got a like new set of freedom true duals off ebay for around $400
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sorry no he got them a month or so ago, but keep your eyes open. they were the black ones too.

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Drew , cant you just make Mikey a nice 2 into 1 Miller Muffler ?

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