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Old 02-15-2017, 04:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The big shots will be easier to find! The PCS pipe I think the coating will start to flake off.
From what i've read up on here, big shots seem to be the go to exhaust here
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I had the Big Shots and just picked up a set of Big Radius. Options are very limited. If noise is not an option, there are still a couple companies that make some pretty sweet set ups.

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I love the look of that PCS pipe. Which baffle did you ahead put in it?
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From what i've read up on here, big shots seem to be the go to exhaust here
Here is my version of the V&H Big Shots, even just put a fresh coat of paint on the wrap.
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From what i've read up on here, big shots seem to be the go to exhaust here
Here is my version of the V&H Big Shots, even just put a fresh coat of paint on the wrap.
Not to take away from the thread but what paint did you use?
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Not to take away from the thread but what paint did you use?
useful info for someone else too i would assume.

VHT SP102, Flat Black

It will smoke for a bit when you first fire it up so be ready for that.
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Old 02-17-2017, 12:09 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Once I have it running and put some miles on the exhaust I'll post results. I did think about flaking and discoloration before purchase, if that happens, I'll wrap them. I think only the pipes coming form headers will go bad if anything after a while.
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I would just like to add that the quality of the V&H BS is second to NONE! I tried 5 or 6 pipes on my Warrior and in my own little shoot-out gave it the best score. Only problem is they are a little long for my taste.
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Only problem is they are a little long for my taste.
That's why I cut them to be short enough to remove the axle without removing the pipe. Was an easy mod.
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