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  • Choco
    Choco
    1 month
    G'day all. Just asking anyone using this exhaust. I can get a new set for just under $1000 Australian from the States to fit my 2007 Heritage. A lot cheaper than buying Vance and Hines or some the other brand name exhaust here in Australia. The main thing I want is a nice deep rumble and not that loud that my ears are ringing after a ride. Ok any info would be helpful.
  • sinny
    sinny
    1 month
    I got my Cobra Diablo 2-into-1 and it sounds great. Prob not the deep rumble you are after, more barky but produces a great sound when you pull heavy on the throttle. 

    I had 2-into-2 with Khrome Werks slipons before this and they were a deeper rumble and louder. 

    Also after I swapped from the 2-into2 setup I still need to retune because I have a bit of burble and backfire at the moment. 

    Good value pipes. sound better than V&H in my opinion. 
  • Choco
    Choco
    1 month
    Thanks for the info. Looking at the Vance and Hines pipes nearly $ 2000 for a set I just find it hard to justify that kind of spend cheers. 
  • steelo
    steelo
    1 month
    Choco. The bike is 13 years old and as a heritage almost a touring classic.  
    They have an inherent class undone by loud pipes. You want it quiet for long trips and noisy pipes will annoy the heck out of you. 
    I reckon a different set of slip ons would do the job. They should be available everywhere. Easily swapped back. 
    2 into 1 may require a tuner and new tune.
    Save your money,  just enjoy the classic simplicity and reliability.  Good luck with whatever you decide to do. 

    Having said that my bils heritage has a v and h 2 into 1 which it came with. Looks and sounds ok. 
  • Choco
    Choco
    1 month
    Very true what you say. These days I seem to be riding less and the bike I own now will probably be my last maybe I should just leave as is. Btw the mufflers on it now have been opened up and give a decent sound I was just thinking about something different cheers.