Anyone have any experience with the slip-on exhaust from Two Brothers?
Are they too loud? Affect performance?
The Screamin' Eagle Nightstick doesn't seem to provide the deep throatiness that I looking for.
Glad you asked. I ordered a V&H from my HD dealer that didn't arrive after a couple of weeks. They (the dealer) suggested that I try the TBR. Man am I glad that they did. If you want the deepest sound* that I've heard this is probably the one. I couldn't be happier. One thing, however, if you are looking for a "SHORTY" this is not the one. It's probably the longest of them all, thus the deep sound. Here's another thing. I've read that after market slip-on pipes such as this (i.e. TBR & V&H) will invalidate the warranty. Well, my dealer not only sells them but also installs them on their new show room models, for sale, and assures me that it's not the case, at least with them. Good luck, my friend, they are all better than that anemic POS that comes stock!
Thanks for the feed back. The Remus, Vance and Hines and a few others - judging by their videos, don't seem to have that rich deep rumble I'm looking for.
Yes, I've seen the video and I liked the sound, that's what prompted me to post the question. Are they 'real' loud? Don't want to break the law and/or piss off my neighbors. I want that margin of safety to be heard in traffic, the stock is just too quiet.
Harley-DavidsonService Advisor Street 500/750 Safety Recalls/Product Programs/Non-Compliance Recalls:
-2015 HARLEY-DAVIDSON STREET FUEL TANK - SAFETY RECALL 0161
-2015 STREET LICENSE PLATE REFLECTOR REGULATORY NON-COMPLIANCE RECALL CODE 0620
-PRODUCT PROGRAM 0919: 2015 STREET MODELS RIGHT SIDE RIDER FOOT CONTROL MOUNTING SCREWS
Just installed mine on Friday and I think Harley should put these on a few show room models. The sound difference it is like a whole new bike. Makes it hard for people to say it sounds like crap. I was constantly asked if I loved my bike and I always replied with not yet it has a dirt bike feel and sound with my full face helmet covering my ears. Now I can say I love my bike and enjoy the power and noise it gives.