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Still a little loud but deeper sound. Sounds good though.
Easy to install. It's a tight fit if you don't oil it up. I Recommend putting some oil for a no hassle installation. Make sure the holes for the screw are aligned, once in place in the exhaust, it is hard to take back out. Another recommendation is to heat up the exhaust before installing.
July 28, 2014
A little dear for what they are but they serve a purpose
Good service with plenty of follow up. Thank you for your services.
March 11, 2013
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Steve L:They are still loud with the inserts but its s different kind of load. It is more tolerable and only gets obsessive during wot. Plus if you don't plan on custom fuel mapping the inserts will produce enough back pressure to not be running too lean otherwise you'll definitely need to.Jan 18, 2014
Paul G:They really make no difference the big is still loud. I changed my gearing 39 tooth rear sprocket to rev less and computer to smooths out engine. This does a better job of whitening the bike. I've been past many police and they are happy! RegardsJan 18, 2014
Charles Gabriel C asked:i bought a Vance & Hines CS One Urban Brawler for my 2015 Kawasaki ZX10R. My question is... do these inserts work for any type of CS One Urban Brawler? Z1000 or ZX10R?Jan 11, 2015
Paul G:I have them On my Z1000 (2012) They don't actually make a difference. The Vance & Hines are loud pipes especially with headers. Not sure about standard headers with Vance & Hines pipes they may make a difference. Hope this helps.