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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-05-2014, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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My bike is in the shop at the moment having the speedo repair, so I thought I would look around for a new exhaust. I like the look of the RPW USA Big Slash Exhaust.
does any body have one of these fitted? will i need a remap? any issues with fitting?
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I have the Big Slash ..... Great pipe !!

If all else is stock , you will not need a 're-map' for adding this exhaust to a stock set up.

I will roust up a current pic in a flash.

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post #3 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-05-2014, 05:02 PM
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Here are some pics ....from today .

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As far as 'fitment' goes ......I had zero issues with putting this pipe on , as I had Lloydz do it for me.....



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I also would like to purchase this exhaust. No prior engine work done or exhaust upgrades. Been riding for about 6 years but just now starting to enjoy tinkering around with the bike. What all would need to be purchase for a 14 vegas? Have heard the pipes can run to hot and damage the exhaust.

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I have the big slash on my stock 12 vegas. I went ahead and put a pcv on since more upgrades are planned iin the future. It is a good pipe, on a stock bike you will notice the biggest difference from around 1800 to 4000 rpm. The stock airbox kills any top end gains but the midrange gains are fun, you will enjoy it.
Some say that its too loud. Having grown up aroung straight piped harleys, I think its the best of both worlds, controlled by the throttle.
Good luck and let us know how you like it

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I have the big slash on my stock 12 vegas. I went ahead and put a pcv on since more upgrades are planned iin the future. It is a good pipe, on a stock bike you will notice the biggest difference from around 1800 to 4000 rpm. The stock airbox kills any top end gains but the midrange gains are fun, you will enjoy it.
Some say that its too loud. Having grown up aroung straight piped harleys, I think its the best of both worlds, controlled by the throttle.
Good luck and let us know how you like it
How is it running 65-70 down interstate? Want something with a good rumble but not enough to make my ear bleed after 45 minutes on the interstate.

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With a steady even throttle ...the Big Slash is relatively mild.....

As stated earlier .....it's easily controlled by throttle.....and only really knarly under hard acceleration and decel ....

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Any body fitted one without remapping?
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