Exhausts from motone or thornton hundred will be what your after.
I’ve been on here long enough to remember when BC first brought out their drag pipes for the Bobber. At the time they didn’t recommend them for use with an X-pipe as they said it would be too loud and with it being effectively a straight through system there was a chance of damaging the engine. Since then it seems loads of people have done X-pipe to drag pipes or the equivalent and a number of companies including Motone and Hitchcocks have released their own full systems and I’ve never heard of anyone having engine problems so maybe BC was just erring on the side of caution. So from what I’ve seen the fit and finish of BCs stuff is good and if you like the look and want it loud go for it.That sounds pretty good. My problem is I've already ordered the BC x-pipe from a dealer. What are the thoughts on the BC drag pipes?
I have an x-pipe, cat delete, and side exit BC exhaust. It's STUPID loud. You'll love it, I do.That sounds pretty good. My problem is I've already ordered the BC x-pipe from a dealer. What are the thoughts on the BC drag pipes?
I've got these and they both look and sound unreal
Someone could pick them up from the for sale sub-forum, seen plenty of sales on there.Another question. Does anyone here think there would be a market for the Sleeper Pros if I try to sell them here?
Personally I'm about to spring for almost the same setup , could run some baffles that can be adjusted with a saw/drill to find the exact pitch or back pressure. If you or I feel it's a bit too much some steel/ceramic wool on the baffle will take it back another notch.Ok after exhaustive (see what I did there?) research, the sound I'm looking for is the BC turnouts. I've seen opinions that this isn't a good choice with an x-pipe, and others say it works great. What say ye?