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It's all about personal preference. Everyone is going to say that their pipe is better, but the truth is it's all about what you like. The ProPipe does make a little more power, but the BigShots do have that classic look- it's all in what you want. Do a search, I think there have been some problems with the ProPipe.
 

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pro pipe: lil more power, easier to scrape in turns, the collector where the head pipes meet might discolor, baffle might blow out

BigShots: lil louder, much harder to scrape, full heat shields( no discoloring) no baffle probs, LOOK GREAT!
 

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If you want performance and care what your bike looks like then the only real choice is the Rineharts. IMHO, of course I can't afford them right now but man I want them.
 

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Don't like the classic, cruiser look.
If I wanted that I would have bought a 1600 Roadie.

I want the lowered look, and the pro-pipe fits that bill

Kyle
 

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Really depends on what you like. But the speed shop guys pretty much all preferred the 2 into 1 of the ProPipe. I like that look and got my ceramic coated black.
 
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