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I have a 2011 cross country had dealer install new stage one exhaust and programer,,,still a little too quiet !!Can they be drilled out or does any one have any suggestions?
 

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Just installed a set of Nascar6's pipes, awesome is all I can say.....thumb up
 

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I have a 2011 cross country had dealer install new stage one exhaust and programer,,,still a little too quiet !!Can they be drilled out or does any one have any suggestions?
There's nothing to drill out. You can see straight through the mufflers except for the little bend the inlet pipe has but it's a WIDE open pass through. There is a diverter plate built into the crossover pipe that diverts a lot of the exhaust to the left muffler. It really chokes the right muffler but you can bend it out of the way somewhat so that it's more even but you have to take the crossover pipe off the bike to get at it from the front. I have stage1 on mine and I've got about 7500 miles on it now and it has just recently gotten noticably louder but not obnoxious which I've heard other's say it would. I think my S1 is perfect right now because it's got good sound that doesn't mimick a lawn mower but yet I can still enjoy my stereo without being droned by loud exhaust.
 

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D&D slip-ons. Sweet sound of american thunder. Love mine, and am amazed how good they sound. I prefer quieter pipes, but after a year of sewing machine noise (stock exhaust), I decided it was time to upgrade to a set of D&D Boss Slip-Ons. The D&D's are as loud as I would go. They have a much deeper tone and are soothing to my soul. You could resell the Stage 1's and upgrade for a few hundred bux.
 
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