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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-16-2014, 02:05 PM Thread Starter
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Put some Rush slip-ons, on the bike this weekend. Was easy to do and sound great. I used the 2 inch baffles, much louder then stock but not annoyingly loud. I used mufflers for an HD Dyna, fit great and fairly inexpensive. Didn't notice much HP or TQ increase but did lighten the rear up by roughly 10lbs. Rode over 100 miles, didn't go def and bike handled great.
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Put some Rush slip-ons, on the bike this weekend. Was easy to do and sound great. I used the 2 inch baffles, much louder then stock but not annoyingly loud. I used mufflers for an HD Dyna, fit great and fairly inexpensive. Didn't notice much HP or TQ increase but did lighten the rear up by roughly 10lbs. Rode over 100 miles, didn't go def and bike handled great.
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Haha, pic soon, bike is 2013 8-ball. Will have to fab a bracket if want no movement. I did not brace them with a bracket, so far no rattling or clanking. Like a stated above they are much lighter then the stock pipes.
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best for now, Ill get better ones later
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I am thinking of doing the same thing. Can you post pics from different angles? What year or model dyna mufflers are they?

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Those look really good! I like how they extend further back which makes even loud pipes sound much quieter since they are further from the riders ears.
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Any dyna to 2014' 3" slash down cut I went with mid baffles and sound great, much better then stock. I didn't make any mounting brackets because they are very sturdy just by slipping them on. I have over 2k miles with no clacking or much bobbling.
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Those look great. With the number of companies out there making mufflers for the dynas the choices are almost limitless.

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yeah not bad for $250 compared to several hundred. I'll try to get a vid up by end of weekend.
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couple more pix
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