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Comp-S Dual Chrome & Carbon Fiber Exhaust for F6B & GL1800 2nd Gen
ITEM CODE: WP931360C,   SKU: WP931360C

11.27.2015

Awesome pipes

Look if your into a quiet ride no way in hell should ever replace the stock pipes, now if you want more sound these are the way to go! My son got these pipes for his '12 navi and man these are wicked! After taking off the stock pipes we fired it up just to hear it without the pipes and its damn near the same with these pipes on. The sound it has is that of a high end sports car and to some these are loud but you should have known that a straight pipe with no baffle would be. I will recommend that if you are installing these yourself have an extra set of hands, steel wool, and a 12 pack. Just like anything with an exhaust system you'd want to use the steel wool to clean up the joints to smooth out and rust or debris before connecting the pipes. The right side went on without a hitch just like a post we read earlier. The left side was the issue but after rebuilding/chopping/customizing a few derelict '82 wings it was no problem. What we did was just bore out the hanger hole into a more oblong shape to give us that extra 2cm that we needed to fully seat it. Now if you are mechanically inclined I'd say go for installing it yourself otherwise if you can find a mechanic, have them install it for you to save you a potential headache as there can be a ton of small variances from the manufacturing process of not only your wing but also these pipes.

Now after a few months of riding long distance with the pipes he still loves them especially with that traffic in LA and now I'm tempted on putting them on my 1st gen 1800. They may need some tweaking to fit but hell 99% of aftermarket parts need to be adjusted anyway
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