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The CS One line is the newest generation of sport bike exhausts from Vance & Hines. Using stainless steel construction, the trapezoidal-shaped CS One slip-on blends performance and style to enhance the best selling performance bikes on the road today.
The CS One line has been carefully engineered to extract additional power, while at the same time improving rideability. With attention not only given to performance, the CS One line is also acoustically engineered to produce a more aggressive yet controlled exhaust note to enhance the pleasure of spirited sport riding, while keeping sound levels at a reasonable level.
Sounds like a Harley
I got this for my SV, and wish I hadn't. The finish is cheap, and the sound is horrible. It sounds like a Harley with all of the internals from the exhaust removed. And neither Revzilla nor Vance & Hines carry the proper sound inserts.
If you want to sound like a Harley, disturb everyone on your block, and listen to it DRONE on when you are riding, go ahead and buy one. I wouldn't.
June 1, 2014
Kawasaki GTR ( Concours 1400 ABS)
Buy it!!!!!! The sound is perfect. Throaty, not too loud, and the best part ..... It gurgles on deceleration! Oh so deliciously sweet. At cruise you can't even hear it, until you open the throttle. All smiles. Thank-you V & H and Revzilla. Drift
May 30, 2013
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Anand S:exhaust install took less than 30 minutes. anyone can do it
you dont need a power commander, but I did notice increased decel popups because of V & H install
so, i installed k & N air filter, disabled O2 sensors, removed the exhaust valve operating stepper motor alone (left the cable and valve intact, because default position of valve is fully open, so no problem), AND reflashed my ECU with a rexxer device with custom map for my specs. After this reflash, my bike feels like it is running on steroids - simply superb. But if you are not reflashing, then dont disable anything - leave everything intact
forget power commander - it is not meant for racebikes. it is meant for cruisers like harleys. PC will slow your bike down and they are no good - check out the reviews, you will know.Nov 27, 2013
Hey Anand, I too installed the cs1 on a 2011 796 in mumbai and get decal pops a lot too.. no one has a rexxer here here and don't trust the mechanics enuf here to disable o2 sensors etc.. what do u suggest for decal pops? I am think of the k&n filter and a pcV.. also thinking of swapping the sprocket to increase low end torque.. advise pls :)
Jan 14, 2014
Hi vishal, power commander may not help you. I have done enough research to believe rexxer is the way to go. Disabling O2 and exhaust valve takes 10 minutes trust me. If you can't get rexxer try bazzaz which is better than pc5. Yes change sprocket to 14 teeth immediately. You'll love it.
Jan 15, 2014