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Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Suzuki Boulevard M109R 2006-2011
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  • Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Suzuki Boulevard M109R 2006-2011
  • Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Suzuki Boulevard M109R 2006-2011
  • Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Suzuki Boulevard M109R 2006-2011

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Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Suzuki M109R Boulevard 

Maintain the intimidating look of a 2-into-2 system while achieving the performance advantages that come with a 2-into-1 race system. Big Shots Staggered feature the proprietary Power Chamber design, which uses the volume of both mufflers to increase horsepower and torque. Finished off with 2 1⁄2” diameter plasma-arc cut, full-coverage heat shields, making them blue proof systems with long lasting style.

Features:

  • Slash end treatment for a custom look
  • Baffles, mounting hardware, and installation instructions included
  • Made in the USA

Note: This exhaust comes standard with quiet baffles installed.

This Product Fits:
Suzuki
M109R2 Boulevard 20062011
M109R Boulevard 20062011
M109R Boulevard Limited Edition 20062011
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Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered Exhaust For Suzuki Boulevard M109R 2006-2011
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A shopper asked: The bottom baffle is loose. It's secure from the back, but you can wiggle it and the front of the baffle moves around in the pipe. How do I secure that? I can't find any documentation online to tell me what I should be looking for. May 23, 2014
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Manuel M: Mine was loose to, what I did was I put the baffle in my vise and egg shaped slightly the very front opening of the baffle. You could do it with a hammer and block of wood but do it very carefully or you won't get it in or out of the pipe. If your looking for the sound I'm thinking you want you're going to take the baffles out, that's what I did after a couple of rides out. May 29, 2014
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