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I am Looking to upgrade from the stock exhaust, but having trouble sorting through the options. I want something that helps the power, but i like hearing the stock radio when on the highway. looking at the lloydz slip ons. does anyone have experience with them? how do they compare power wise to other options?
 

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I am Looking to upgrade from the stock exhaust, but having trouble sorting through the options. I want something that helps the power, but i like hearing the stock radio when on the highway. looking at the lloydz slip ons. does anyone have experience with them? how do they compare power wise to other options?
I have yet to find anyone on here with the Lloydz slip ons, but I did these for sound comparisons.
As for power differences, I'd contact Lloydz and ask them. DTMMIL on this forum reworks the stock exhaust to 3 different levels; short baffle, long baffle, and quiet baffle. He has dyno numbers as well. Maybe he can chime in here with some expertise.
 

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I have yet to find anyone on here with the Lloydz slip ons, but I did these for sound comparisons.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cr-tQ1FFOn0
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dS2pDlTA1qo
As for power differences, I'd contact Lloydz and ask them. DTMMIL on this forum reworks the stock exhaust to 3 different levels; short baffle, long baffle, and quiet baffle. He has dyno numbers as well. Maybe he can chime in here with some expertise.
That's right his quieter ones may suit you and @dtmmil should bring him into the post.
 

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Drews mufflers are your best bang for your buck.I have a similar set and they sound and perform great.
 
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After our longest day of riding last weekend (we left about 9:30 am rode a couple hours, shopped, 30 min ride, eat, ride 45 or so) you get the pic I hope. I almost think the air intake makes more noise than the exhaust. At Least I think thats is what that kind of whoosh popping sound is. Had some more aggressive mufflers on my RSV. Only took me one 600+ mile day in saddle to figure out those were not good for long trips.
 

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After 19 hours in the saddle and1079 miles I know my homebuilt mufflers aren't annoying because they're quiet.

Drew gets 100% positive feedback if you don't want to build your own he's the way to go.
 

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