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Santee Skirt Blower Pipes By Paul Yaffe For Harley Softail 2012-2017
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  • Santee Skirt Blower Pipes By Paul Yaffe For Harley Softail 2012-2017 - Chrome
  • Santee Skirt Blower Pipes By Paul Yaffe For Harley Softail 2012-2017 - Chrome

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This product is legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used, registered or licensed for use upon a highway.

Santee Designer Series Skirt Blower Pipes By Paul Yaffe For Harley Softail

A classic upswept pipe design from the mind of Paul Yaffe. Straight-up, in-your-face styling with a multi-piece heat shield design that will totally set your bike apart from the crowd.

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Not for use on Breakout (FXSB) or Rocker (FXCW/C) models
This Product Fits:
Harley Davidson
Softail Blackline FXS 2012, 2013
Softail Custom/Nostalgia/Special/Deluxe FLSTN/I 20122017
Softail Fat Boy FLSTF/I 20122017
Softail Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Softail Heritage Classic FLSTC/I 20122017
Softail Slim FLS 20122017
Softail Standard FXST/I 2012
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 966753 651054 Out of Stock
Chrome 966752 651053 Out of Stock

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does the skirt blowers come with baffles?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2015
Do these pipes come with baffles?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No. They are loud and sound great. They also do not come with new exhaust gaskets. Make sure you get some.
From looks of the pictures it comes with heat shields are the heatsheilds removable?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2016
I have a HD Breakout 2015 FXSB, but here in Brazil the Breakout motorcycles from 2013 to 2015 come equipped with the 96 cubic inch motor (not with the 103 cubic inch motor like in U.S.). So:
1 - Do these pipes fit in the Breakout FXSB with 96 cubic inch V-Twin motor?
2 - Do these pipes come with holes for the oxygen sensors?
3 - Do you know some information about the durability or functional problems on this exhaust due to rain? The outputs of the exhausts are face up. So my suspicion is: It's possible that water can enter through the exhaust's outputs and be deposited in the pipes causing wear or damage.
Thank you!
Best regards.
Alexandre P on Jan 2, 2016