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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-21-2018, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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So what do you do when all of the common slip on options are only available in black when you have a bike with chrome pipes?

I do actually enjoy a quieter exhaust after years of loud pipes. Nice being able to hear the tunes and not have a headache after riding 5 hours.
Still considering options but as I said 95% of what is online is not going to match my chrome head pipes.

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So what do you do when all of the common slip on options are only available in black when you have a bike with chrome pipes?

I do actually enjoy a quieter exhaust after years of loud pipes. Nice being able to hear the tunes and not have a headache after riding 5 hours.
Still considering options but as I said 95% of what is online is not going to match my chrome head pipes.
have a look on ebay theres some options in chrome,

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Facebook has miller mufflers. Good price you tell him what you want and thats what he makes. His mufflers have produces good dyno numbers too

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I hear my tunes fine with my V&H CHROME pipes... It is loud and I think sound and resonate deeper & better compared to all the others, but not obnoxiously so on my 12 CCT. They don't drone like other pipes I've had. I ride with the volume at 9 with stock or V&H pipes on.

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I would suggest you try B & E Performance "Atom Bombs" found HERE. I have a set on my 2014 CC and am very happy with them. As they are re-cores of stock mufflers, you use the stock shields and tip so the chrome issue is not a problem. While not obnoxious, they have a nice deep rumbling tone. They also did well in the dyno numbers for my Stage-I. And, you can't beat the price.

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I hear my tunes fine with my V&H CHROME pipes... It is loud and I think sound and resonate deeper & better compared to all the others, but not obnoxiously so on my 12 CCT. They don't drone like other pipes I've had. I ride with the volume at 9 with stock or V&H pipes on.

I'd rather have black than chrome but that's a steep price to go down that road.
I enjoying the quiet and I'm about 9-10 on stereo with stock pipes can hear fine.

The videos I have seen the V&H are crazy loud compared to stock.
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I'd rather have black than chrome but that's a steep price to go down that road.
I enjoying the quiet and I'm about 9-10 on stereo with stock pipes can hear fine.

The videos I have seen the V&H are crazy loud compared to stock.
They are loud under heavy acceleration, but not terrible whatsoever at idle/cruise.

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It is very difficult to judge any exhaust system over the internet. Loud is subjective.
Looks like they have quiet baffles that might help a little.
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