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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-10-2016, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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Default Slip on or Full System

Sorry if it has been posted before.

I recently drilled the baffle on my oem exhaust but it still sounds a little hollow.

Now thinking of going the aftermarket route. I saw the video on YouTube for the Ness big honkers and the RCX slip on and really liked the sound.

Now my question is, on the XC is it worth it to go full system or is the slip ons performance, if any, good enough?

I will be ordering a PCV, already have the lloydz hf filter and timing system. Will also be getting it dyno tuned.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-10-2016, 05:45 PM
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All the big 4 tuners say Victory has great headers. They put on mufflers only and get great power.
On facebook there is a guy who makes mufflers that give good power for a reasonable price. You tell him how loud you want them.
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My vote is for Big Gonzos. Nice deep rumble
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Miller Mufflers! You can determine how loud you want them... The best part is Vicbaggers makes bad ass exhaust tips to be used with stock outer cores. I get compliments on my Miller Mufflers everytime I ride!
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If I was in the States,and riding an XR or Hardball(my pick of the X bikes) then I'd definitely want Miller Mufflers on my motorsickle :-)
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