According to Freedom Performance, they are no lower than the HD crossovers and have been tested with a 250lb rider over speed bumps and steep driveways without any incidents. That's not to say that if you have 600lbs of riders and gear on the bike your not going to scrape somewhere but, that's where a good eye, progressive shocks, or a good Eibach rear spring comes into play. They told me that they'll be Dyno testing the pipes next week so it'll be interesting to find out the results. If you're all about "Maximum Performance", then stick to 2:1 pipes but, if you're like me and think that the liner is fast enough like it is, then go for the duals! As far as the $900 price goes (AAA will have them for $799.99), have you ever priced Harley duals?? I see that "Kentdidit" will be pricing his Liner duals at $1200-$1400, maybe more. I don't know if anyone is familiar with the Freedom Performance Exhaust products but, I've had a set of their true-duals on my Road Star for over 5 years now and, other than a few road nicks, they still look and shine like new, I've had no issues! Well..I probably should change out the baffles.
Last edited by nomohdsfome; 12-13-2011 at 01:34 PM.