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How lucky was I to find this forum? I had been looking at three different bikes and finally took the advice here and got the Warrior. Just picked it up this morning.

Fifty miles later..... I am very impressed.

Ah, but I finally figured out what everyone means when they say "water heater". That muffler is HUGE.

What's the remedy for that? Now before all ya'all start talking Vance & Hines, - I already have three VERY loud bikes. I would kinda like to keep this on on the quiet side. OK, not THAT quiet.
 

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If you guys were wondering, he is referring to this post:http://www.roadhousebrand.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=RBS&Product_Code=54-300&Category_Code=Yam+SO


Its very similar, but not as bulky. Most people are going to tell you to go with the Vance & Hines or Hard Krome though [/emoticons/emotion-4.gif].

Dave
 

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Welcome to the forum! What ever brand pipes you choose just go with longer style pipes and use the baffles, and it should sound GREAT!!
 

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If you are looking for some nice looking pipes that aren't that loud, I think you will like V&H Big Shots with Quiet Baffles. They are not that loud, but they have a nice low rumble. You could also go with the Speedstar Pipe. Only loud when you really open her up. The Propipe from V&H is the same way.
 

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I`ve got the V&H Big Shot i`m Happy with them Good to hear you made the right choice. welcome to the Forum.
 

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Congtats old man! What kind did ya get? I got mine about 8 mos ago, still have the stock bazooka and planning to get a speed* pipe, but I gotta admit the stock pipe isn't as bad as when I first got her. Some guys love the look of the stocker and it is much quieter than any other.
 

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there nice bikes,i bought my 07 warrior about oct. 1st and love it. i'm looking at shogun slashers or short slashers,will i need a commander,cobra or other kind of digital fuel processor if i change exhaust or air cleaner.i traded off an 04 victory kingpin and made these to it and didn't need to mess with fuel processors.i like this web site i can talk to people thats been there.
 

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Welcome to the "Best Little Mod House in Texas" and everywhere else for that matter. The guys on here are the best. You will find a wealth of knowledge on here and it will all be specific to your new Toy!! Drive safe and watch out for moving A-Holes.
 

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quote:Originally posted by mark1

Congtats old man! What kind did ya get? I got mine about 8 mos ago, still have the stock bazooka and planning to get a speed* pipe, but I gotta admit the stock pipe isn't as bad as when I first got her. Some guys love the look of the stocker and it is much quieter than any other.


I got the blue with gray ghost flames - 2006 model. Last one. There was a red one with a "sold" sign on it. The rest were Midnight Warriors. I think there were two of those left.
 

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I think most aftermarket pipes are gonna be louder than stock! Big shots have optional baffles then leave her running quiet when cruising then bark when you open her up. I like that option personally. If I go for some other options I'm gonna go speedstar 2 into 1 or custom pipes.
 

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Welcome to the 4m and owning a Warrior from another "Old Guy" Just ride and you aint old no more! Mine is stock 2002 but plan on either the Dale Walker or the PCS Monster Prohttp://www.pacificcoaststar.com/pcs/warrior.htm sometime during the winter or spring. Peace
 

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Congrats on your Warrior. I believe you will be impressed with the information that is available here. If you have a question chances are this is where you will find the answers.
 
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