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Old 05-16-2011, 09:01 AM
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Are these heat shields still available?
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I got mine a couple weeks ago.

They were not on their web page...I just called them.

They shipped one right out, it's a very nice product.
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I hope they are still making this (didn't see it on their website)... sent an email to inquire about it.
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Update: Sent an email on Saturday evening, and got a reply back within 15 minutes with a Paypal invoice for the heat shield - item is available and will ship out Monday!

Now, I need to find the Harley part number for the extended front heat shield - anybody have that number readily available? TIA... I have a 2008 FLHTP.
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And for another couple of bucks, total investment,..........you coulda had the V & H True Duals, instead of a cobbled looking pipe.

$20K for a bike, and then cut corners on an exhaust hack job.

I guess if I couldn't put a new set of head pipes on,......I'd stick with the OEM set-up.

Just my .02 cents !!
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Good deal, I just e-mailed them tonight...
The Fullsac TD kit really makes a difference,,,much better than that Y pipe entering the right straight pipe a full 3/4",,,that has to restrict the right side...
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Got my Harley Goodies heatshield Monday,,,mounted it today...
Looks great...

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And for another couple of bucks, total investment,..........you coulda had the V & H True Duals, instead of a cobbled looking pipe.

$20K for a bike, and then cut corners on an exhaust hack job.

I guess if I couldn't put a new set of head pipes on,......I'd stick with the OEM set-up.

Just my .02 cents !!
I agree. I paid $320 for V&H.
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