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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-24-2012, 10:11 AM Thread Starter
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my dad has an 03 vegas with the stg 1 slip on exhaust. he was looking at this pipe and was wondering if he would gain anything from it.

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his bike has the stg1 air box and k&n filter with the slip on muffler right now. he does not intend to do any further performance improvements.

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someone with more know help me out
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I had the slip on Stage I when I got bought my bike. It sounded great and performed fairly well. I may be wrong about this, but from what I understand, the slip on actually performed better than the one piece.
Another thing is the weight of either one. They both make the bike heavy on the right side.
After market is the way to go for decent performance gains as well as better balance.

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Thanks for the reply. What power did you make with your setup.
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I actually like that pipe, but it won't make any more or less power than the slip-ons. The nice thing is that the baffles are removable, so you can trim some off the end, slip them back in, and the bike will sound better.
It is hard to beat the slip-ons on a Stg1 03 Vegas, you'd have to go with an aftermarket 2-1 and spend $700 for just a few HP. There are far cheaper ways to make power with that bike.

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Those pipes suck and make it a royal PITA to change the rear tire

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I actually like that pipe, but it won't make any more or less power than the slip-ons. The nice thing is that the baffles are removable, so you can trim some off the end, slip them back in, and the bike will sound better.
It is hard to beat the slip-ons on a Stg1 03 Vegas, you'd have to go with an aftermarket 2-1 and spend $700 for just a few HP. There are far cheaper ways to make power with that bike.
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