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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-25-2015, 07:53 AM Thread Starter
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Default D&D wrapped slip on muffler question

My bike has Vic stage one mufflers air filter and download right now

I want to get the d&d wrapped slip on mufflers.

Do I need to get a fuel controller or anything? Am I good to go with just the Vic flash?



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you should be fine with just the flash, if you start doing more then a tuner will be needed.

can i ask, are you set on d&ds? can i ask why? i can save you some money and still get a better sound, will look stock though

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Not 100% set on me just found a set at a good price

What do u recommend? I'm open to suggestions!!


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heres the ones i make

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I have to give props to dtmmil's mufflers(Miller Mufflers) excellent power and great sound.

oh yea...he's also awesome to deal with.

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I have to give props to dtmmil's mufflers(Miller Mufflers) excellent power and great sound.

oh yea...he's also awesome to deal with.

thanks man!!

i guess we will find out more tomorrow though huh!

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Well , since I actually came up with the Miller Muffler trademark , I will chime in here too . Don't waste your money on those fancy high dollar mufflers , I can and will attest the Miller Mufflers are fantastic for the money and the welds are beautiful . Also , customer service is top notch . Thanks again Drew !

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+1 on the miller mufflers... I love mine and get many compliments on them. Drew also built my lowering link.
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So do u modify stock pipes? How much?


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I have unwrapped D&Ds, and a guy passed through (you know you gotta stop and talk to the other vic guys) with some millers. they sounded just as good as mine, and he was right with me.

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