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Designed specifically for the middleweight metric cruiser segment, Twin Slash Staggered exhaust combines a host of features in a great looking exhaust system at an unbeatable value.
Twin Slash Staggered come encased with full-length heat shields over the head pipes and mufflers to conceal heat discoloration, and are available in either chrome or matte black ceramic. Sporting the signature Vance & Hines twin slash end treatment, the versatile over-sized mufflers are made in the USA.
I researched these extensively and finally pulled the trigger. Best thing I did since buying the bike! Sounds loud yet not obnoxious!! Pared them with quiet baffles and wow deeper sound quiet at the lights yet when you twist the throttle it roars to life!!
April 7, 2015
looks graet,sounds great!!
I would recommend this exhaust to anyone.I never new my bike could ever sound as good as it does.The best purchase for my bike so far.
August 9, 2014
Good sound and easy to install
I would have given 5 stars but I had to get a quiet end-piece (hardcorebaffles) for these pipes. The installed baffle was just too loud. That said I like the sound that comes from my VN900 now. I had the older slash cuts.. longer.. but sound was never this good. I laid it down and had to replace... glad I got these pipes.
June 17, 2014
Loud pipes that impriove performace
I am new to motorcycles, and the pipes were very easy to put on. Took about an hour and a half without rushing. Huge difference in sound, slight difference in acceleration, and I added at least 5 mph to my top speed. Also they are far less bulky than the stock Kawasaki pipes, and they look great.
On the down side, the top pipe was a bit scuffed when i got it.
Overall, very happy.
April 29, 2013
this product has great features and looks
easy to install.the sound rocks. is just what i wanted .they look great on the bike . the style is perfect for my machine . the chrome shines "dale"
April 22, 2013
Easy Install - Big Sound
I am as mechanically inexperienced as you get. This was the first time I took a wrench to anything with wheels. Instructions were very easy to follow and I was guided smoothly through uninstalling the original pipes to fastening on these beauties.
All parts were present and accounted for and in great condition. The chrome really shines and they give my bike that bad boy look it's been needing for a long while.
As far as the sound, dear lordy almighty! What once was a glorified lawn mower is now a beast screaming from the dark depths of the underworld. It's deep, It's throaty, and it's loud without being obnoxious.
These babies have given me a noticeable HP boost. I get about 8mph more per gear. Definitely more pick up than before.
Perfect! Perfect! Perfect!
March 4, 2013
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Charles B:I asked and searched for the answer to this very question before buying and never found a definitive answer. Short answer, no you don't. Long answer, you should because the aftermarket exhaust messes with the fuel/air mixture. I installed the exhaust without a power commander. The exhaust will pop slightly on the deceleration. I did install a power commander to help reduce the popping but mainly to even out the fuel mixture. I (the dealership did it during a service without any issue since there are no emission testing here) also marbled the intake (the power commander and marbling were recommended by the dealership) which greatly reduces the popping. I did not put an aftermarket intake on (yet). I bought the quiet baffles but never installed them. They are loud, but only obnoxiously loud if you're rude about it. Highway speeds offer a nice rumble purr. Hope it helps.Jul 14, 2015
Steven T:When I purchased the system for my bike, I contacted a Kawasaki dealer and asked the same question. The dealership indicated that it was not required to add a fuel monitor to the bike. They indicated that installing an after market exhaust could decrease horsepower by 5 horsepower. Honestly I have not noticed a decrease in performance. So I think it is up to you whether to add this device to your bike. Hope this helps with your decision.Jul 12, 2015
DEREK W:No, you do not need the power commander. If you are just installing the pipes and making no change to the fuel intake system, no addition work is needed. However, if you wanted to use a power commander, I would recommend buying the fuel pak that Vance and Hines sells. That being said... These pipes are badass by themselves and I love em. One of the best purchases I've ever made. You'll dedinitely notice an increase in horsepower. Ride safe!Jul 12, 2015
Wesley M:Hi. No you don't need a fuel programmer till you change your air filter system. I put on the Vance Himes exhaust and BAK FILTER SYSTEM. I INSTALLED a Cobra FI 2000R fuel programmer. It works awesome. Huge performance difference with the new exhaust and BAK. Hope this helps. Jul 12, 2015
W C asked:Can anyone comment on the sound of these things with and without the quiet baffles? I've seen a lot of videos, but you can never really get a good sense for how loud they are through a video. Are they annoyingly loud? I love the look and throaty sound, but I don't want to be obnoxious to my neighbors or others that I ride with.Feb 23, 2015
Craig B:Out of the box, you will notice a huge difference. Initially, I loved the sound - which could easily attract the hairy eyeball look from your neighbors if you made a point of jumping on it while leaving your driveway. I always took it easy getting out of the neighborhood, but I found the sound a bit much when moving down the highway at speed. I road for a few months that way and decided to tone things down some and I installed a set of quieter baffles. The sound was still great, but less obnoxious. I'd buy the pipes and baffles again...Feb 23, 2015
Mark H:I think they sound good, never had the quiet baffles only the ones that come with them, but there not to bad on the bike, ridden my vulcan 900 from ny to flordia and back with no thought of them being to loud. they can be loud if you want them too, even pulled over if your rpms are too high going past a cop, other then that there a worth while purchase!Feb 23, 2015
Bruce A:I installed them 3 months ago on a 2012 Vulcan 900 I love the pipes beware they Are loud As for fuel mangment I did not do anything and you will get a few pops now and then but not a big deal Remember the newer v twins are electronic fuel injection anyway Aug 26, 2014
Wesley M:I'm thinking if the styling hasn't changed on the 2013 it should fit. Check around and see if there was any changes to the 2012 to 2013 models. If not ur golden. By the way. Best purchase yet for my vulcan 900 custom. Easy install and sounds amazing. Get a fuel managing processor tho with the after market exhaust. Hope it works out for u. Sounds great looks awesome. Apr 28, 2014
Wesley M:They should look the same on both bikes. Custom and classic have the same frame I believe.I love mine on the custom. Very nice throaty rumble to them. Easy to install to. They look better than the long stock exhaust Hope this helps. Happy New YearDec 30, 2014
Fernando R:that i don`t know,you need to check fitment. but one thing i can tell you . on my vulcan 900 custom they really rock. they sound great . im very happy and you can`t go wrong with them . "Dale"Mar 17, 2014