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Old 07-13-2019, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I presently have the Hard Krome American Classics on my 09 Warrior.

Recently my bike has been show its age and it’s developed a rattle in the baffles. The pipes have always popped/backfire occasionally which I’ve always hated.

I’ve been doing a bit of touring and have really taken a liking to the sound of the Rinehart slip on on my buddies Road Glide.

While kicking the **** we started talking about modifying the Hard Krome pipes by making them 2-to-1 that’ll accept the Rinehart touring slip on.

But that got me to wondering if there would be any issues down the road.

Thoughts?

(Creative thoughts, not verbal diarrhea.)
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Old 07-13-2019, 04:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Suggest 1 & 11/16 to 1 & 3/4 muffler outlet ID.
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agreed.. lots of 1 3/4in mufflers available

i just looked into those when lookin for 2in mufflers.. might do something custom with that in a couple of years
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I used a cage tailpipe reducer its visible inside the center slash cut pipe.
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No issues whatsoever if you do it right. If it is custom then the sky is the limit but mechanically you are a ok.
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