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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-28-2014, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, I found the conquest custom exhaust, GPIIs i think they're called.
Does the air cooler need to be relocated?
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Hey guys, I found the conquest custom exhaust, GPIIs i think they're called.
Does the air cooler need to be relocated?
You mean the oil cooler? Yeah it looks like it does


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He has a custom cooler on the right frame tube.


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Yes, you will have to get an aftermarket oil cooler, the older models do not require a new oil cooler but any of the steel frame bikes that have the newer triangle shaped cooler that sits down low in between the downtubes will require one....

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I really love the look of them. I wish I could hear them in person as I don't think Youtube give a real indication.

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They are loud!!! The only thing I didn't like about them is the relocation of the oil cooler... Hackers Zoomies sound similar and don't need the relocation. If you order Zoomies and like loud make sure you clarify that when ordering. (I believe they have 2 versions) That all being said I love my Bassani Pro Street Turnouts! Deep throaty loud pipes that look great IMHO.


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What is the quality of the sound like though? The video on YouTube where Scott has the white bike sounds really NGOs at idle but not as convincing when he revs it. It could just be the quality of the recording though.

In the uk we don't have that many Victory bikes as it is. Most run the Swepts which I have. I have seen a few x Bows and a set of shotgun pipes. I like the swepts and xbows better. The shotgun had a lot of popping on the bike I heard.

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I have only heard the quiet version and they sounded good. I like a deep sounding exhaust which is why I have the Bassani's.


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How would the GP or your pipes sound compared to mine?

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You have the old Vic swepts? I love the swepts... Look good cause they are much shorter than the X Bow and way louder. I wouldn't change those out yet Big T. Spend your hard earned dollars on other stuff first. PCV, Autotune, anything that Lloydz sells!


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