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The hole is 1 5/8" and the slash cut faces out instead of down. There is no marking except the ones I've pictured here.










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The baffles aren't removable.

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They look good and still sound good at an idle. F'ing rain.




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Those look like stock pipes. Maybe stage 1's?
My bike had Stage I slipp-ons when I bought it. They said Victory Performance right on them. I still have them in the garage and took a pic for you.Actually two pics.One isn't very good but shows you what they are. Maybe you can compare them to yours.
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Those look like stock pipes. Maybe stage 1's?
My bike had Stage I slipp-ons when I bought it. They said Victory Performance right on them. I still have them in the garage and took a pic for you.Actually two pics.One isn't very good but shows you what they are. Maybe you can compare them to yours.
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They are for sure stage 1 mufflers and are looking like Victory factory stage 1 without the writing on the side.

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Do they sound awesome? I loved the sound of mine. They were just too heavy.And the bike would steer right if I let go of the handle bars.
I have RPW 2-1 pipes now.They look great and sound great too.

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Do they sound awesome? I loved the sound of mine. They were just too heavy.And the bike would steer right if I let go of the handle bars.
I have RPW 2-1 pipes now.They look great and sound great too.
These are much lighter than the stockers I removed. They do sound good at idle. Hoping the rain will stop for tomorrow.

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Yea, I hope the rain stops soon too.I had to drive a cage the last two days and the 101 is horrible if you can't use the HOV lane. It took me 55 minutes to get home today.It's only 32 miles.

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I have those pipes on my bike and they sound awesome. You have to let one of friends ride your bike for a few seconds and hear them ride away. it is frigging awesome.

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Yea, I hope the rain stops soon too.I had to drive a cage the last two days and the 101 is horrible if you can't use the HOV lane. It took me 55 minutes to get home today.It's only 32 miles.
I take the 17 so I know what you mean.

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I have those pipes on my bike and they sound awesome. You have to let one of friends ride your bike for a few seconds and hear them ride away. it is frigging awesome.
So they are Victory pipes..

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