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    Full Sac

    i know we all go for the aftermarket pipes, but heres a kicker and one for the cat amongst the pigeons or not as this company prove, you can keep the Stock look and have that rumble with some increase

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    Heres another company I just did business with and they too use stock HD mufflers and baffles to offer their patented 'Tone Flex System". You can go from mild to wild in just minutes !! They also offer custom end caps and headpipes for the bikes with "Cats". Check them out !!http://www.americancustom.com/

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Hobbit Click here to enlarge
    i know we all go for the aftermarket pipes, but heres a kicker and one for the cat amongst the pigeons or not as this company prove, you can keep the Stock look and have that rumble with some increase

    check em out

    http://www.fullsac.com/
    I just had the Fullsac headers put on my Limited and they fit perfectly. The dealer screwed up the gasket on the connect between the new header and the left crossover pipe. Said the part should be in today. All the rest of the work is done and so its off to the dyno after that. Can't wait to see the chart especially on the MoCo cam recommendation.

    There's also another company that makes direct header replacement. It was interesting as they are Stainless Steel ..... not sure if its 401 or whatever formula combination. Here's the link: http://jackpotmufflers.com/headpipes.htm. Went with the Fullsac, as the service manager never heard of Jackpot but said he had never heard of any problems with Fullsac.

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    Denis post up the dyno when you get it .. if you will tx .. sounds like your bike is coming along ;';'
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultrat Click here to enlarge
    Denis post up the dyno when you get it .. if you will tx .. sounds like your bike is coming along ;';'
    You bet! I originally told them to take their time and use it as filler work, since I wouldn't need it until at least March (hope to have a few good days), not to mention I can always fire up the springer; but as they're finishing the work with the MoCo cam recommendation, I'm kind of antsy to see the dyno results.

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    Got a spair bike. way to go...
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    i was lookin at fulsac but had the cross over welded instead faster fix

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fisherman124 Click here to enlarge
    i was lookin at fulsac but had the cross over welded instead faster fix
    I was looking at that too, but I think I'd rather have the flexible connection with the gasket rather than welded. I've bottomed out several times getting off gravel roads via a ditch or two, or something else, and I'd be afraid of doing some damage to the engine heads with the solid connection (I'm not the biggest guy, so it might have something to do with the front and rear being lowered a tad ..... do ya' think?). The old bagger had the pipes above the frame so I just reach under, after the engine cooled off of course, and pull the grass and dirt out from between the frame and tranny ..... now there's a crossover pipe.

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    Been running the true duel kit from full sac on the ole 94 model EGUC for over a year now and love it. It was a easy kit to put on and everything went together just like they said it would. Would recomend them to anyone. Was easy to deal with and fast shipping too. They even called me and confirmed that I was getting the right conector pipe where the crossover pipe came off.

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    I convinced a buddy to do the Fullsac true duel swap. After he did it and was happy I ordered my TD from Fullsac. It should be here next Wed.
    Ken

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