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Vance & Hines CS One Single Exhaust for Kawasaki Concours ZG1400 2009-2012
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.
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Douglas G: Sounds great and lets them know your coming especially on the highway. Over 15k miles on this unit and still holding up strong.Feb 28, 2015
T B: I have 4 main reasons: 1) has appealing looks 2) has amazing throaty sound 3) price is right 4) revzilla a great place to shopJan 11, 2015
Jerry S: Smaller than stock Kawi potatoe cannon, lighter and sounds greatMay 24, 2014
brent d: Best looking exhaust, decent price point and trusted name.Dec 2, 2013
James C: I have a 2013 Connie. The first time I heard the V&H CS One on a Connie, I couldn't believe how good it sounded. It wasn't obnoxiously loud, but rather sounded like a race bike. The Connie's fine engine deserves a good pipe to make it sound really good. As a bonus, the CS One looks very sharp and is not nearly as huge as the stock potato canon (as another reviewer so adeptly put it). I'm ready to obliterate the sewing machine sound of my Connie and let it sing full bore deep bass!Nov 13, 2013
David H: Love my Concours, but never liked the looks or sound of the OEM exhaust.Aug 25, 2013
A shopper asked:hello Can be installed on a 1400 May 2009? THANKSMay 25, 2014
Marvin R:Yes it can and fits very well. If you have a 2009 ZG1400 Concourse you may also want to consider installing the Vance and Hines throttle pack at the same time. This insures that the correct fuel mixture is maintained in all conditions and you won't have any flat spots in you rpm range. Installation is a little tight but pretty straight forward. If you have a 2010 or newer with the ECO feature I would consult with Vance and Hines technical department to see what advise they have for that set up. I don't notice a huge performance gain but the setup just makes the bike a lot crisper and the throttle response is much better than stock.May 26, 2014
David H:I put one on my 2012 Concours 1400. I'm not all that mechanically inclined, but had no problem installing. I think it looks much better than the original, and sounds better without being obnoxiously loud.May 25, 2014
David H:As I recall from research I did before I bought this, a lot of people on the motorcycle forums were asking similar questions. I believe someone actually asked the manufacturer and they said that they did not make anything to make this quieter nor were they planning to.
I have a 2012 Concours and the OEM muffler was extremely quiet. When I first added the slip on, I was inside the garage and, comparatively, it sounded much louder. However, when I got out on the street, it wasn't all that loud. As a matter of fact, I think it has a nice sound and is pretty tame compared to a lot of bikes. I have no concerns about bothering my neighbors so long as you don't rev it up to high rpms.Apr 19, 2014
Douglas G:To whom it may concern: I purchased one of these pipes and would not change a thing. I've been told you may need repack the pipe at about 18000 miles and time will tell for you. I Rode 22000 miles last season and will say the pipe is especially nice on the highway as others hear you better and seem less likely to unexpectedly cut you off. In the city the pipe seems pretty tame. Just my thoughts, to each is own. Hope this helps. DougApr 20, 2014
Ian G:Sorry, I didn't buy the most quiet insert.....I like it loud!!!!!... Saying that it's a pretty quiet can when your just cruising along or idling...open her up though and it's a sweet sound......I love it. Cops haven't pulled me up for it (or they haven't caught me yet!)
Victor R:I'm not sure as I have a 2012, so I would go by a motorcycle store and look at the 2009 frame to see if it's the same size as your frame. If you live in Florida I have a new one in the box I'm selling for $300. Thanks. nine zero four four zero five two seven five five.Sep 8, 2014
Marvin R:Yes it will fit your 2008 as there is no difference in the year models. You start running into some questions with the newer models that have the Economy feature when it come to the throttle pack. Make sure you install it so you get clean correct throttle response.Sep 9, 2014
A shopper asked:I would like you to detail what is supplied for the slip on Vance and Hynes CS1 slip on exhaust to suit my 2011 Kawasaki 1400 GTR (Concours in your part of the world) ? Does it come complete with hanger/header pipe etc etc??? Also what does it weigh?
Ian G:I purchased mine back in 2012. The exhaust comes with all the parts needed to fit it on the frame. It starts from where the headers come into the single pipe under the frame and goes back to the tip. I was quite surprised, the original can weighed about 20kg or more, it was really heavy. The V&H can weighs about 6 or 7kgs. Big difference... sounds great too...May 25, 2014