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Vance & Hines Competition Series 2-Into-1 Exhaust For Harley VRod
Designed and developed in the V&H Race Shop, every aspect of the Competition Series 2-into-1 has been created with the racer in mind, from the use of lightweight stainless steel, to its tapered head pipes and quick-access wideband oxygen sensor ports.
Quality lightweight construction
Tuned length megaphone
Stepped headpipes and full merge collector for maximum performance
Flat plane 12mm and quick access 18mm O2 sensor ports for wideband tuning
O2 sensor port plugs for non-sensor applications included
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Christopher J: Vance & Hines is a reliable quality brand for any aftermarket motorcycle exhaust. Cant wait to installMar 14, 2015
Robert S: Wanted a short pipe for when I do the Wide Tire Kit on my Vrod, has a 240, going up to 300. All I hear is good things about the V&H 2 into 1 and I am also tired of my Harley sounding like a Honda with the stock exhaust!Dec 5, 2014
Renato S. R: Your format is simpler than othersMay 26, 2014
A shopper asked:What other items do I need to buy to go with this? Such as gaskets, etcMar 25, 2015
William K:1st. just to be able to install the pipe you will need/should buy new exhaust gaskets. I have researched and found there are two different styles available. Of course they hahave the stock gaskets (which are cone shaped) and "screaming eagle" makes a set of high performance flat gaskets. After using the stock ones (everyone suggested this) i found it hard to get the pipe started/lined up straight. I got it done with no leaks, but I am a experienced mechanic. The Vance Hines pipe is a flat/straight cut where the factory exhaust has a rounded flange that goes into the exhaust port. I would use the "screaming eagles" next change.
2nd. Unless your going to ride your bike like a "douche bag" looser, short shift the hell out of it, and keep it under 4,000rpm's you will have to buy an "auto tuner" of some type or ha a good old fashioned professional dyno tune (as i did) performed. Example: I have a V-rod, which is rated at 115hp at the crank stock. You should understand that you will loose a fair of hp going through the drivetrain (takes hp to turn the transmission, front pulley, and drive belt) I had my bike dyno'd with 2,800 miles and a screaming eagle air filter, using the screaming eagle race tuner. The bike made 107hp at the tire, put the pipe on and first dyno pull we made 113hp. Withe the proper tuning we ended up with almost 119hp at the wheel and picked up 5mph on the highway turning the same rpm as before. We saved about 20lbs of weight off the bike with the exhaust change and more torque.
A shopper asked:How would I clean the pipe from outside if I was to install a silver color pipe as with time I believe it would get dull and even might change colour coz or the heat. ? ThanksApr 30, 2015
William K:I have the brushed stainless steel myself, yes it will turn color from the heat no matter what anyone tells you. It will even turn blue at the areas that are subject to the highier temps. (like near the exhaust port on the jug)mine did. It is a freaking race pipe, it is really not meant to look pretty, it is to help you go fast. I don't know that there is a way to clean it or polish it without it changing again. Most people just love the way mine looks cause of the design and that it is a Vance/Hines. One trick that a friend of mine did was to have the pipe ceramic coated (about $100)before installing it, nice thing is you can do it later even sftrr it has changed color. This gives you some time to save for it after spending $700 on the pipe and $200-300 for re mapping on the dyno. Good luck.Apr 30, 2015
A S:I am unsure what you mean by installing a "silver color pipe" as this product is a full exhaust from the heads and no other pipes are necessary, all parts are included.
As for the high quality stainless steel that this product is made from, heat cycles will cause the steel to turn a golden color. This is normal for high quality stainless steel. Similar to how titanium has the bluing effect.
As for cleaning this product, the instructions say to use a non flammable solvent. I did use isopropyl alcohol which is flammable but I allowed time for it to evaporate before starting the bike. You MUST clean the pipes after installation BEFORE you start the bike or else the oils from your hands WILL STAIN the pipes.Apr 30, 2015
Allen E:Mine is marked on the lower primary tube about 2.5" off the bottom spring location. It also scraps on the bottom/side of the muffler. Being stainless you can't see these marks too much but if it were a black system it would look terrible..... I am about to raise the forks to see if this helps as I am also scraping the underside of the frame on each side of the bike....!Oct 15, 2014