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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-23-2017, 12:01 PM Thread Starter
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Hello Victory forum.
I'm a happy Octane owner (#553). While I have not posted in this forum before, I have been a member for a few months.
My Octane is mostly stock with only Viking Bags added. I am planning to do a full Stage 1 (Exhaust/air filter/tuner) before the season starts. I haven't decided which exhaust yet, but it will probably be the RPW Enforcer. I tried the biltwell stingers and they were ugly and too loud (
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They sound awesome!

I wonder if they will fit the Bassani headers.
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They sound awesome!

I wonder if they will fit the Bassani headers.
It is universal fit and requires no extra support being as small and light as it is.

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Fitment: Biltwell mini mufflers fit over 1-3/4-inch O.D. open tube exhaust pipes with a minimum of 1-1/8 inch of straight tube at the end of the exhaust pipe.
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Hi Octane owner! I always wanted the opportunity to say that. Those bags compliment the line of your bike nicely. You chose well.
Those mountains in the background of the second image look very Northwesterny. Where's home?
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Welcome and thanks for the pictures, agreed the bags fit the bike very well

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Hi Octane owner! I always wanted the opportunity to say that. Those bags compliment the line of your bike nicely. You chose well.
Those mountains in the background of the second image look very Northwesterny. Where's home?
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Welcome and thanks for the pictures, agreed the bags fit the bike very well

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Thank you for the complements.
The mountains are in Norway.
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Norway huh? That's a long way from Montana.

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Norway huh? That's a long way from Montana.
It is indeed. One important difference is that this picture is taken only a 30 minutes ride from the sea and at only 200m (650ft) elevation.
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