BC drags or similar, or if you like the stock look, Tridents with the baffles removed, and an X-Pipe. Or if you want to forgo the X-Pipe advantage, there's the Delkevic's. Disclaimer here though I have not heard them in person.
Personally, I think the Tridents produce a deeper richer sound, the British Customs kit is loud, but doesn't produce the same sound quality.
I ran Verex headers with straight thru cocktail shakers, I like loud pipes but those were SOOO loud, now have goldie silencers, no baffles still loud but those tulip/cocktail shakers were something else, serious noise but very cheap.
Here is pic of said cocktail shakers, seems a long time ago now. Make no mistake these are the loudest pipes I have ever heard on a bobber.
Oh also you can see tank rack threaded sections welded on.( relevant to a different thread)
yesterday my new Mass Moto Hot Rod Short exhaust for the Bobber arrived. The assembly went without problems and the quality ist very good.
The original catalytic converter box flies out, the catalytic converter is welded into the manifold.
Here are some pictures - i will make a sound...
I was in the same boat as most of us in looking for info on the Delkevic exhaust. I found a single video of it running and sounded great and after speaking to a few coworkers about Delkevic, I bit the bullet and bought one.
I was generally surprised how fast it shipped, made it from the...
I was wondering if anyone had installed and used the delkevic exhaust header without the silencer? Ideally I want to get away from the cat/xpipe so the Delkevic headers seem ideal but I dont like the visual look of the raelly long silencers. I do like the British customs slash cut...
I got my motorcycle back from the dealer today, finally. She had been stolen back in November and between insurance, etc... Well, let's just say don't let yours get stolen.
Anyway, they replaced the V&H silencers because the thieves scraped up one of them. The other was unharmed, and neither...