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Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Harley Dyna
Big Shots provide the best of both worlds: long, low 2-into-2 style pipes with 2-into-1 performance thanks to the Vance & Hines Power Chamber hidden crossover. Complete with one-piece full length heat shields and slash-cut CNC-machined end-caps, Big Shots Staggered pipes come standard with louvered-core baffles and can also be fitted with optional quiet baffles.
Vance & Hines has designed a new flat-plane mounting panel for the 12mm oxygen sensors now employed across the Dyna model line, which positions the sensor deeper into the exhaust stream, providing enhanced data feedback to the ECM.
Vance Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Harley Dyna 2012-2015
not as quiet as I would like them to be
I installed these pipes with the quite baffles in hopes of getting a little quieter sound. The baffles were easy to install, as the pipes were off of the bike.I went from the V & H two into one and replaced it with these, still a little loud , but they did help with the noise level at cruising speeds. No problems with the installation of the pipes, perfect fit
June 30, 2015
These pipes are sick!
These pipes rock. Much deeper tone than the short shots. No video on online does it justice. It sounds to me exactly like a Harley should. The quality and finish are top of the line.
March 23, 2015
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C A: wanted to complete the look of my bikeAug 26, 2015
william l: I like the quality and look and sound of these pipes !Mar 3, 2015
Luke p: Love V&H for their superior fit and finish, as well as sound. Had V&H Short Shots on a previous bike and loved them, this time i needed "full length" exhaust to make the passenger happy.Sep 11, 2014
A shopper asked:Do these pipes come with new crush gaskets?May 21, 2015
A shopper asked:I just hit 1000 miles on my 2015 dyna streetbob, looking for a v&h exhaust sys. my question is which sys ( shortshots or bigshots staggered) would be best? i've already gotten v&h airfilter plus fuelpak3.no engine mods at this time.lookin for increase at lowend to midrange,my plan is to stay under 85 mph so extreme topend is not real important.also have forwarded mounted controls will this be a issue with installation with either sys? thanks in advance for the help.Dec 6, 2014
Patsy W:Go with the Big Shots. They sound better in my opinion, and they have the power chamber crossover to boost performance a bit more. Usually the shorter the pipe the less performance it offers. The Short Shots are cool and sound nice, but for a little extra money the Big Shots are a superior product. My mom ordered them for me as a gift (this is her account) and I installed them with an arlen ness big sucker and a Fuelpak 3 on my 2014 Street Bob. Runs great, sounds great, and I definitely could feel the boost in performance.
As far as installation goes... its easy!! Short Shots might be easier to install as they are two separate pipes you put on one at a time, but either pipe set will work with forward controls.Dec 8, 2014
Mark A:I have the forward controls as well and it has not been a problem at all. I like the big shots better than the short shots because it's easier on your ears. I have a lot of bottom end torque and it sounds like that is what you are looking for. I love the pipes!Dec 8, 2014