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I have a 2000 V92SC that I just purchased that has some VERY LOUD aftermarket exhaust (open pipes).

I wish to go to a more 'factory' exhaust, but am not a fan of the upswept megaphone or other factory style exhaust that came on the SC when it was built. Nor have I seen any around for sale.

So, will an exhaust from a 2004 V92 Kingpin fit?

Are there other model exhaust systems that will fit?

I don't mind having some hangers or brackets that need mod/fab but it needs to bolt up to the engine with no problems or get routed into a frame rail or wiring harness in the way.
 

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03-05 vegas kingpin victory performance exhaust fit and sound beautiful, found them on ebay for 199, not too loud. you have to make a new rear bracket though.
 

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03-05 vegas kingpin victory performance exhaust fit and sound beautiful, found them on ebay for 199, not too loud. you have to make a new rear bracket though.
Have you or someone else here done this? I like the way the ones on ebay look (both used factory and the new aftermarket)
 

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i got them on my 99. it has an 02 engine but stock 99 exhuast fit the 02 engine 99 frame and fuel injection. 99-01 victory all the same. 03-05 vegas/kingpin will fit 99-02 v92c and sc. pipes sound great
 

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awesome -- thanks. Now I just need to find a decent set on eBay and hope I don't get junk.

Thanks for the quick replies.
 

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I have a 2000 V92SC that I just purchased that has some VERY LOUD aftermarket exhaust (open pipes).

I wish to go to a more 'factory' exhaust, but am not a fan of the upswept megaphone or other factory style exhaust that came on the SC when it was built. Nor have I seen any around for sale.

So, will an exhaust from a 2004 V92 Kingpin fit?

Are there other model exhaust systems that will fit?

I don't mind having some hangers or brackets that need mod/fab but it needs to bolt up to the engine with no problems or get routed into a frame rail or wiring harness in the way.
I have a 2005 V92TC Dual exhaust on mine. If you don't mind taking the time to make brackets it can be done.
 

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I have a 2005 V92TC Dual exhaust on mine. If you don't mind taking the time to make brackets it can be done.
brackets are easy enough, it's getting them to bolt to the cylinders, not run into the frame rails or other components and not be in the way of controls or have your legs resting on them that are the bigger issues.
 

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All V92's exhaust will bolt up to the 99-01 motor. they all fallow the same curve. You wont have a problem there. I have seen several ones Rylan Vos has done.
 

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I have a 2000SC that had the same straight pipe problem. I bought a set mufflers from a 2005 8 Ball or Jackpot for 25.00, brand new on Ebay. They bolted right up and yes I had to make a support bracket but that was easy. I love the more quieter sound, well worth it
 

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I have a 2000SC that had the same straight pipe problem. I bought a set mufflers from a 2005 8 Ball or Jackpot for 25.00, brand new on Ebay. They bolted right up and yes I had to make a support bracket but that was easy. I love the more quieter sound, well worth it
so you think something like this would fit the 2000 V92SC? I was going to go with a used pair for a 2004 Kingpin but then saw your post and these pipes. From the part number they quote it looks like these might be Stage 1 pipes / mufflers.
 

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I have a 2000 V92SC that I just purchased that has some VERY LOUD aftermarket exhaust (open pipes).

I wish to go to a more 'factory' exhaust, but am not a fan of the upswept megaphone or other factory style exhaust that came on the SC when it was built. Nor have I seen any around for sale.

So, will an exhaust from a 2004 V92 Kingpin fit?

Are there other model exhaust systems that will fit?

I don't mind having some hangers or brackets that need mod/fab but it needs to bolt up to the engine with no problems or get routed into a frame rail or wiring harness in the way.
Did you call the guys at Coastal Victory/HotVic today around 1:30? I heard Tim talking to someone on the phone that was looking for which pipe would fit a v92. I heard him say that was one of the things they have never been asked to find previously and he pointed the caller to give D&D a call to see if they may have a pipe for a v92.
 

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Did you call the guys at Coastal Victory/HotVic today around 1:30? I heard Tim talking to someone on the phone that was looking for which pipe would fit a v92. I heard him say that was one of the things they have never been asked to find previously and he pointed the caller to give D&D a call to see if they may have a pipe for a v92.
Not me. But I know that many are looking for better pipes or stock replacements.
 

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If you still have center foot control you may have to get forward controls. Just saying.

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It has forward controls now, and I was hoping to go back to stock, so this news is depressing.

So with 03-05 Kingpin exhaust you think or know that forward controls are needed?



Is anyone running newer exhaust on their V92SC and still using the stock foot controls?
 

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Yes, they literally just bolted up to my stock exhaust pipes, I made a simple bracket to support them. I just saw a set for sale from Arlen Ness for 28.00 a couple of days ago. Some guys think these mufflers are worth big bucks but they're out there for a good price (25.00-50.00). Look at my avatar, those are the stock pipes.
 

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Yes, they literally just bolted up to my stock exhaust pipes, I made a simple bracket to support them. I just saw a set for sale from Arlen Ness for 28.00 a couple of days ago. Some guys think these mufflers are worth big bucks but they're out there for a good price (25.00-50.00). Look at my avatar, those are the stock pipes.
ah, the problem is that I don't even have the stock head pipes on this bike. What I got were two tubes that go direct from cylinder head out to the tip as one continuous piece and no baffles.

It sounds like you have the stock head pipes and replaced the mufflers.
 
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