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will you send me his info please and do you know if he will do it if I ship him my pipes and pay return shipping? thanks in advance
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http://www.superflowmufflers.com/products.htm


Superflow Catalyst free header pipe Harley touring models 2010-2013
Head pipe is cut the right way not allowing for any miss alignment of your header pipe. Tig welded for a perfect seal. By certified welders. Fits 2010-2012 Touring models, Electra Glides, Road King, Street Glide and Road Glide

Will make your bike run and sound like a Harley and much cooler.

Tuning of all part will give you optimum performance Gain of 7 to 10 hp.

Only $165 (includes free standard shipping to U.S. & U.S. territories only)

and that's shipped to your door.... now this is a deal
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This weekend I was bored and decided to de cat my head pipe sitting in the basement. I cut a window with a Dremel then chiseled and drilled the honeycomb out with a screwdriver and drill. Took me about an hour. All I need tomdomis have someone weld the window back in. I was going to post pics and start a new thread but figured there were enough of those threads.

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Wow, I cut my pipes in half in my garage. After I gutted them a local welder just tig welded them back together, never heard of any fitment issues unless they don't know what they're doing. I've cut 4 other pipes in half without problems. Granted, you can cut them four ways to Sunday to do what you want. I'm not paying anyone for something I can do myself. Careful with using names, I got warned too for trying to help people save some money for new parts.
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I bought a gutted pipe off the guy from Texas , installed it on my 2011 sg the excessive heat went away which is what I wanted, sounded a little better being that it was breathing better. Oh and did I mention I didn't install a tuner hmmm go figure. As long as you don't mess with the air and fuel intake going in you won't need any tuner unless you just want one your o2 sensors will adjust if needed on the gutted head pipe. I've since changed a lot of things on my bike but I say do it your motor will thank you
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Harley street tunes do nothing to change the 14.6 : 1 lean burn AFR to maintain the bike in EPA compliance.

All other tuners correct the lean burn tune. That is why they are worth while and the HD tunes are a waste of $$$$$$$$$$.
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drill it out with a 1 inch x 16 inch spade bit, take the pipe off the bike first though
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Please forward me the info. [email protected]
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Old 08-24-2013, 09:26 PM
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don't know who you are referring to,but to drill it out take pipe off and put in vise and drill it out. much easier and no welding.
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