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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-20-2014, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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Which after marked exhaust?

Which after marked exhaust do you recommend for the Road Star 1600? I like the deep rumble of the Vance and Hines Classic, but they are unfortunately not in production anymore. I do NOT like the hard/metallic sound of e.g. Raask pipes.
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i have an 04 1700, did the Yamaha Stage II on it, pipes, jet carb and K & N air filter. has a nice deep throaty rumble without being too loud. it also woke the bike up!, i have a friend with a 1600 and i love his bike also. he has V & H on his.

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Which after marked exhaust do you recommend for the Road Star 1600? I like the deep rumble of the Vance and Hines Classic, but they are unfortunately not in production anymore. I do NOT like the hard/metallic sound of e.g. Raask pipes.
Not being a jerk or trying to be the grammar patrol but the term you are looking for is aftermarket. Seriously do not take offense just read a thread on roadstarclinic about spelling and grammar mistakes.

BTW I have a set or Hard Krome Long shots and they sound great and are very loud.
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