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Old 09-19-2011, 11:11 AM
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I got a lot of info in a slip on thread I started earlier and I'm really curious about the Cycle Shack slip ons. I went to their site and it's a little confusing. Which model do I need for a good deep exhaust note?

And I assume the disclaimers on their site about legality for on road use is just there to cover their butts?
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Old 09-20-2011, 06:55 PM
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I got a set for my '11 street bob almost a month ago. They sound plenty deep on there. They have them at https://www.denniskirk.com/cycle-sha...rd/H252039.sku
The only bad part is the chrome isn't that great, it's comming off one of the mufflers. They sound great though, loud on the gas, but you can make them quiet in a subdivision too. Like I said, though the chrome isn't great, couldn't beat the price! Though one day I plan on a full system at least I can hear the bike now.
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It was between them, rush, and V&H.. I went the V&H and am stoked.. Nice deep rumble and loud as hell
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I’ve had 2 different sets of Cycle Shack Slip-ons, over
18,000 miles on both sets without any problems with the quality.
There are no birds on the wires as far as one can see, deep sound indeed.
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Iíve had 2 different sets of Cycle Shack Slip-ons, over
18,000 miles on both sets without any problems with the quality.
There are no birds on the wires as far as one can see, deep sound indeed.
The last set I had was on my Iron I used to have and the finish was great!
Something may have happend to these when they got plated or something.
Though it does add a little character......
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I had them on my bike before I got a full system. Sounded good and no problems with quality.
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I got a lot of info in a slip on thread I started earlier and I'm really curious about the Cycle Shack slip ons. I went to their site and it's a little confusing. Which model do I need for a good deep exhaust note?

And I assume the disclaimers on their site about legality for on road use is just there to cover their butts?
I purchased the MT-29 Tapered Cycle Shack pipes in August. $150.00. Powersport Superstore. 2011 FXDC. They have a nice deep rumble. Not tinny or raspy IMHO. No pop on decel. Not to loud but loud enough. Not to loud on the freeway but cars can hear me. The chrome on one of the pipes has some kind of wear that I can't explain. Not the best chrome but you can't go wrong for the money. No need to map anything if just adding the pipes. I plan on adding a performance air cleaner and TTS Mastertune. You can see from the photo they are smaller than the bulky, heavy stock pipes.
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i have the MS 129 slip ons on my dyna very deep sound, not tinny or overly loud, i am happy with them, but i am trying a 2 into 1 python system in the near future, hoping for a little more clearance for bags, and i am interested to see if there will be any performance increases
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The chrome on mine is great, no signs of any issues. But the best part is the sound, nice and beefy. My only regret is the money spent on V&H slipons I first had, and 2 different sets of baffles I tried to make it sound how I wanted it too. Lesson learned.
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I purchased the MT-29 Tapered Cycle Shack pipes in August. $150.00. Powersport Superstore. 2011 FXDC. They have a nice deep rumble. Not tinny or raspy IMHO. No pop on decel. Not to loud but loud enough. Not to loud on the freeway but cars can hear me. The chrome on one of the pipes has some kind of wear that I can't explain. Not the best chrome but you can't go wrong for the money. No need to map anything if just adding the pipes. I plan on adding a performance air cleaner and TTS Mastertune. You can see from the photo they are smaller than the bulky, heavy stock pipes.
I like these, more power than Screamin Eagle, good price and you can hear them.
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