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Street Boxes Shipping.jpg The latest shipment of Firebrand Exhaust for the Street 500/750 is on the way to the distributors. Your local dealer can now order them through Western Powersports / Hard Drive. Part # 14-1002. $249.95

Photos and video on our website now FireBrand Design, LLC | Custom Aftermarket Exhaust Manufacturer with better quality videos and photos coming soon.
 

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how has performance been affected? Would you be able to provide Dyno sheets perchance, not really into it if we're going to see net loses of useable power...
 

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But has anyone actually ordered one? Do we have someone who can give us a first hand review soon? I don't like to be the first one to buy anything. :p
 

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It's also little things like the meaning behind firebrand that makes me like it even more:

Firebrand (noun): A person who is passionate about a particular cause, typically inciting charge and taking action.
 

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But has anyone actually ordered one? Do we have someone who can give us a first hand review soon? I don't like to be the first one to buy anything. :p
Yusef, you will have to wait for my inputs. I have a choice of ordering online or asking a relative to bring one for me next month. I am more inclined to having it brought by the relative as it saves me some serious money. Once I have fitted it, will give first hand report.
 

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I ordered it 2 weeks ago and now it is on my Street 750:). It sounds great. Maybe too loud for the Italian laws. I tried to record a good quality audio file but I couldn't, sorry. But if you like listening to a great ROAAAR, then it's the right exhaust for you. My friends told me I should install a db killer because of the police: anyone knows where to find it in Europe (buyin' in USA would be too expensive)
 

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Looks great. Anyone planning on picking one up? It'd be nice to hear some first hand reviews.
My Loose Cannon has been on my bike for the last three weeks and it has transformed my bike. It sounds awesome. It starts with a roar and settles into a deep rumble on idle. Then it roars like a lion when revved and settles into a deep muted rumble again when cruising. Makes the bike come alive. I wonder why HD mutes it? Now it's a full fledged Harley to my way of thinking and Just what I wanted. So many guys have been asking me about it here. I will be taking it to a tuner here for a dyno check soon and will post the results. Pictures and sound bytes will follow. Actually, I have been too busy riding my bike than tinkering with it. I think I am repeating myself.LOL.>:D
On a serious note, I have not really noticed any loss in power in the low end. Actually, I tend to rev up because I love the sound, so gains in the higher range could be notional or even actual. Difficult for me to say. As regards running hot, don't think there has been any change as the cooling fan comes on during idling on stops as it used to before changing the exhaust. It runs as hot or cold as previously to my thinking. Without physically measuring the temperature it is extremely difficult to judge.
All said and done, I am truly thrilled with my decision to go with this exhaust.
 

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View attachment 2905 The latest shipment of Firebrand Exhaust for the Street 500/750 is on the way to the distributors. Your local dealer can now order them through Western Powersports / Hard Drive. Part # 14-1002. $249.95

Photos and video on our website now FireBrand Design, LLC | Custom Aftermarket Exhaust Manufacturer with better quality videos and photos coming soon.
I would consider ordering one if you have a dyno run showing what the pipe does for performance increases.

I see the performance increase listed as a bullet. But that rings hollow if you have not done the run trace and are prepared to post it. Would also be interested in what air filter the run was done with....????

Thanks...
 
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