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Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust Road Star XV1600 / XV1700 1999-2007
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  • Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust Road Star XV1600 / XV1700 1999-2007 - Chrome
  • Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust Road Star XV1600 / XV1700 1999-2007 - Chrome
  • Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust Road Star XV1600 / XV1700 1999-2007 - Chrome

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This product is legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used, registered or licensed for use upon a highway.

Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered Exhaust Road Star XV1600 / XV1700

A revolution in blue proof exhaust technology, Vance & Hines delivers the short, fat, straight pipe look with twin slash cut ends. Never before has style and performance on this level been available at such an unbeatable value.

With 1 3/4” head pipes stepped to a 2 1/8” muffler body and 220° coverage heat shields, dollar for dollar, this is an unbeatable system. Baffles, mounting hardware, and instructions are included for a hassle-free, perfect fit every time.

Features:

  • High-quality construction
  • Baffles, mounting hardware, and instructions included
  • Made in the USA

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Will not fit Road Star Warrior
This Product Fits:
Yamaha
XV1600A Road Star 19992007
XV1600AS Road Star Midnight 19992007
XV1600AT Road Star Silverado 19992007
XV1700AM Road Star Midnight 19992007
XV1700A Road Star 19992007
XV1700AS Road Star S 19992007
XV1700ATM Road Star Midnight Silverado 19992007
XV1700AT Road Star Silverado 19992007
XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S 19992007
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Chrome 832387 18517 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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Performance and sound
Jason E on Feb 7, 2015
Performance and sound
Jason E on Feb 7, 2015
I have a 2002 yamaha road star warrior 1700. Will these pipes fit?
A shopper on Feb 27, 2016
Is this available in black?
A shopper on Aug 7, 2016
Do Vance and Hines short shots from a roadstar 1600 fit a 2014 harley streebob??
A C on Jun 24, 2016
Will it fit the 1700 warrior?
A C on May 16, 2016
Will these pipes solve the dragging problem on right rolls. I have Cobras now and if I lean it well to the right it scrapes. I already replaced the rear spring but with two up its gonna drag. So how about it? Short shots okay for this problem or is there another alternative?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2014