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Old 12-06-2012, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I have a 2009 Midnight Warrior and I was thinking of losing my stock rocket launcher exhaust in favor of a more streamlined one. I have done a little looking around and I notice there are many different options to choose from. However, I am looking for a black exhaust instead of a chrome one. Any ideas of where I should look, or if you have seen one before, could you tell me where to check it out? Also, if I am stuck going with a chrome exhaust, I want to go with something REALLY LOUD. Any help regarding that would be a big plus as well.

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Old 12-06-2012, 05:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Bub makes a loud pipe and you can always have any pipe powder coated black
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Thank you. I forgot to ask in my last post about powder coating. I was not sure if powder coating would stand up to the temperature or not and forgot to do my research.
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Check out the Monster Pro Pipe from Pacific Coast Star. Great stream line look and loud. Plus an added bonus is you pick up a couple of ponies imo. They come in what they call Ceramichrome or Black . They are pretty decent to work with and flexible as well. I had my shortened around 8 inches and it came out great. There is a video in my gallery. Here's a pic.

http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/memb...ture19612.html and here's the video:

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There are not a lot of choices of aftermarket black pipes. Most of the ones that are available in black - the coating they use sux!!!. Most will have to be recoated within a year. So that being said, get whatever set of pipes you like the most and get them either ceramic coated or send them out to jet hot. They will hold up better!!!!
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Powdercoat will not hold up. You have to get them ceramicoated. Monster pipe is way loud but their coating sucks so you have to get it recoated later.

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Old 12-06-2012, 07:52 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Check out the full system from Dale Walker (Holeshot Performance Products, Inc.) he may have a couple left. I have had good luck with his products before.
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There is also the option of Just get the pipesyou want and paper black with the high temp silica inriched paint that you bake a on. That's what I did.
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Check out the Monster Pro Pipe from Pacific Coast Star. Great stream line look and loud. Plus an added bonus is you pick up a couple of ponies imo. They come in what they call Ceramichrome or Black . They are pretty decent to work with and flexible as well. I had my shortened around 8 inches and it came out great. There is a video in my gallery. Here's a pic.

http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/memb...ture19612.html and here's the video:

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