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Old 08-11-2012, 07:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Wow that brings back memories!!!!
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Great looking exhaust. Does it come in chrome?
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No, Dale only has chrome for the slip on. The slip on is NOT a supertrap. Dont know if he has any more.

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It's a cool looking exhaust but it looks too much like a stock pipe with a slip on for me to pay $700. If I was going to spend that kinda of money I'd get the forcewinder.
I was looking at the forcewinder, but its not avail in black ceramic coat anymore, and to be honest, was not a fan on the track of the rear pipe. I think they were trying to even out the pipe length. The forcewinder is also the most expensive of the the pipes I was looking at

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Here.. try this link...

Holeshot Performance Products, Inc.

Here you can see both the complete system (in black only) and the chrome slip on for the stock header.

I like the way the complete system tucks up nice and neat!! No scraping in the twisties!!!!
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This is what I mean by "tucks up nice" !!!

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I could scrape the front header when I really tried but the peg would be all the way folded up with me hanging off a little. By far my favorite exhaust for the warrior. Don't know why I sold it.
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Ok, since my HK's completely cracked AGAIN, I figured since I had to shell out some money for a new exhaust, I decided to go for a different look. I didnt just want to get another 2-2 (although I'd kill to have Akiraclowngang's exhuast). So, I contacted Dale Walker and spoke to him for a while. Real nice guy. He had one last complete system available and I took it. Everyone really seems pleased with the product he puts out. He did say that he does have the components to make a couple of more exhausts, but u would have to wait for him to build them.
I just hope its not too quiet, I kinda like making some noise. If worse comes to worse, I will pull out most of the packing on the supertrapp. According to the research that I did, the power gain from this exhaust is almost identical to the V&H Propipe.

The only problem is no heatshields. Dont know about that. They make some universal ones ceramic coated that are pretty cool, or maybe I will just wrap the headpipes. Dont know just yet

Here is a pic that I found for those who never heard of this exhaust


I will post some pics of it on my bike, as soon as I get it mounted. First need to get those dam bungs welded in...
hey that was my bike now I just need to a holeshot pipe for my new warrior
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hey that was my bike now I just need to a holeshot pipe for my new warrior
You bought another warrior?
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