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View Poll Results: which brand slip on
Screamin eagle 248 30.21%
Cycle shack 172 20.95%
Rush 91 11.08%
Vance and Hines 174 21.19%
Hard Krome 3 0.37%
other 131 15.96%
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Default Slip on muffler

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what are people buying in the way of slip on mufflers? which brand did you choose and why?
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CS, great sound, low price. And apparently I didn't need a remap, which is good because I'm doing Stage 1 on the installment plan.
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I choose Cycle shack slip on, first they have 4 types to choose, second price, plus the sound in awesome, and finally U don't have to do nothing with the Fuel injection system...

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I put the V&H Straightshots, SE Stage1 a/c, and the V&H FuelPak on my 07 Nightster. Absolutely amazing sound. I defiantly get the looks now. The FuelPak was and easy and in-expensive job. I did have to get different numbers from them then what was with instructions, but well worth it.
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SE-II ... because they were already on the bike when I bought it....
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I am using Rush slash downs on mine. Awsome deep tone and just loud enough. They come in 3 different styles and 4 different baffle sizes (1 1/2", 1 3/4", 2 and 2 1/4") for the Sportys. I am using 2" and I don't think I want it any louder. I think the dealer charges 230 or 240 for them.
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SE's, cuz I got a really good deal on a pair. Otherwise, if I'd have been looking at paying full price, I'd have either gone with Cycle Shack or would have messed with modding the stockers.
Now that they're just sitting there, I might mess with them just for the heck of it.
Love the SE's tho. Nice sound, bike runs great with no other mod.
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Is this poll only for the 2007 bikes or should it be moved to the Exhaust Forum?

I have the Cycle Shack. They are cheap, that was my reason for getting them. I'm not crazy about the sound (they sound pretty raspy to me). Just my opinion.
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I installed Khrome Werks because of performance and sound, one of the best performers for low end torque (according to published dyno charts) and not too loud (according to anecdotal reports). Price not too bad either ±300$. I love them.
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I got v&h. Great sound. LOUD but not too obnoxious. Even been known to set off some car alarms if I'm heavy enough on the throttle.
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