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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-23-2018, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Hey and hi to all. I’m new here and new to being a victory kingpin owner I love the bike !! All but the quite exhaust. So I’m searching for a exhaust to fit my 04 kingpin does anyone know what yrs will work where I can buy one that will not break the bank Considering since I’m only wanting it for sound and not horse power. Any information would be helpful
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-23-2018, 06:14 PM
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Welcome to the forum. Do yourself (and us) a favor and take some time with the search function here. There is a TON of exhaust threads and then you can get a feel for what you like and ask about a specific set up. Like oil, everyone has their preference, usually what is in or on their bike. lol.

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That’s the problem I can’t seem to find the information on exhaust for the 04 yr everything I find is on 06 model just thought someone on here might know I’ve been searching for a month
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The pipes from a 100 inch motor will fit as well, they just need different flanges. It is going to get harder to find exhausts for the older bikes but watching EBay will turn up something. Getting louder will probably be an almost open exhaust and would be best with some sort of tune.

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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-28-2018, 10:23 AM
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You may want to consider drilling out the mufflers that are on the bike. Often times one can end up with a nice exhaust note, leaving money in the bank and with no need to remap the EFI.

If there is a center hole in the mufflers you can remove the mufflers and punch a hole (from the back) through the plate that is usually welded there. An old tire iron, straightened and sharpened, works nicely. If that is not loud enough you can then drill 4 holes in the plate at the back of the mufflers, around the center hole. Start out with 1/4" drill bit and work up until you are happy with the exhaust note.

If you have not changed the intake from stock, you should not need to worry about remapping.

Best wishes for a long, fun safe ride.
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I get exactly the sound I want by just drilling out the stock muffs, Harley or Victory. Just keep drilling until you reach nirvana.

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