#1 con is you lose all the designed back-pressure and that equals a minor loss of power... if that doesnt bother you so much then its all PRO!
If you buy a Bassani, Vance & Hines or any other reputable type system then they are engineered to sustain a certain amount of back-pressure, keep the engine performance and get the sound all together.
I wouldn't do it, i thought about it but bought bassani pipes instead and it sounds awesome. I may be buying different pipes soon and will be selling mine if you're interested.Only been on the bike for about 2000 miles or so
2014 Cross Country Big Gonzo Mufflers
Lloydz adjustable timing wheel
Ness RAD III Mirrors, Ness Deep cut grips
Vic Hids, Vic Baggers Tarzanz Bars +1 rise +2 pull
Vic Baggers 6.5 degree triple trees
Gorby's Machine 23 inch wheel- Windmill contrast cut,
23 inch wrap around front fender, Whitewall choppers Radio control Bezel and 1.5in Lowering link...
If you're like me and can't afford pipes right now, DO IT! The stock cans are just soooooooooooo quiet. I went ahead and removed the cans from my Judge and unplugged the O2 sensors. I'm good until I have enough saved for an RPW Big Slash (and Torque Tubes, tuner, and on and on and on lol). Loss of low end torque (minimal) but I can live with that for now.