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Does anybody have a copy of the installation instructions that come with the Victory swept pipes for a late model Hammer?
I got my pipes on Ebay, and after I got the stockers off I noticed there are no instructions in the box. ARGH
It looks simple but not sure on torque values for the mounting bolts
I know I have to cut that piece on the frame, but not sure exactly where.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YLt...e_gdata_player
This is video I made for a member in the beginning it shows where my cut was. Torque if you remove the frame rail to cut, i believe the big boys are 35 ftlbs. I don't remember for sure you. Search here for service manual or Google it, i downloaded 1 to my phone.

You should have the pipes, the hanger bracket a small spacer for the swing arm pivot bolt where the brackets bolts to. Think that's it....
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It's only something like 18 ftlbs but good luck fitting a torque wrench in there....

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torquing the exhaust to the engine yeah right not happening. But I found another vid for ya

http://youtu.be/0vhw9UxeEa4.

BUT, I hated the sound of the vic swept pipes. I removed the donkey dick baffles and use these . much deeper sound and way better

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I already pulled the stock baffles and put in some Big City Thunder Thunder Monsters

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