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Took about 3 1/2 hours putting the pipes on and the Fuel Pack. I took my time, especially when I mounted the pipes.





Holy cow, these things are LOUD and sound awesome!!!!! I do have the dreaded back fire since I enriched the fuel/air ratio with the fuel pack. Time to buy the AIS removal kit. I will get some pics up in a few days.


I may get the quiet baffles in the future. My right ear was ringing after a quick ride.
 

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IMHO the quiet baffles have a better quality sound. They are not really quiet but they take the harsh edge off and they sound more rounded and deeper.
 

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I have the baffles in mine and like 'em. I'm also using Badger's map in the PC3 with no backfire...
 

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Ok, after riding more today, I am use to the sound now. I actually do not think they are too loud now. I guess yesterday after the initial shock from going from stock to aftermarket was why I thought the pipes were too loud.


I think they are great!
 

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Scaring birds and startling dogs, the Big Shots get a lot of attention.
"Can you hear me now cagers!"
 

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Ok, after riding more today, I am use to the sound now. I actually do not think they are too loud now. I guess yesterday after the initial shock from going from stock to aftermarket was why I thought the pipes were too loud.


I think they are great!
good deal man! told ya you would love em.


the popping will ALMOST stop when you get your ais taken care of. thats all i have done to mine besides ecu bump (pciii coming in feb.)but once the ais was gone, it pretty much went away.
 
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