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New S&S Cycle Hooligan 2-2 Exhaust System for 1991-2018 Sportster® Models

https://www.sscycle.com/products/ss-...rtster-models/

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An additional heat shield kit is also available

https://www.sscycle.com/products/ss-...xhaust-system/

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Looks good. I do like this better than the SuperTrapp 2-2 high pipe!

I've always wondered why they don't make these 2-2 high pipes (like the SuperTrapp) into an H-pipe, seems like it might perform better and would be easy to do.
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Looks good. I do like this better than the SuperTrapp 2-2 high pipe!

I've always wondered why they don't make these 2-2 high pipes (like the SuperTrapp) into an H-pipe, seems like it might perform better and would be easy to do.

Agree; like Jörgens exhaust.

Would be interesting to see a side by side comparison of the 2-2 S&S and the same exhaust with a cross connection.
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From S&S:

"Hooligan engine mods are just too varied for us to publish meaningful dyno numbers. The dual megaphone design flattens the midrange delivery and makes power up top with lots of overrev, which is far more important in a flat track environment."

Interesting!
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Heat shields are hideous, but can't imagine running that exhaust without them.
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They need to be same colour as the pipes.
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