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Vance & Hines Sideshots Exhaust For Harley Sportster
A 2-into-2 exhaust system with a twist of style and power; Sideshots deliver increased horsepower and torque served up by revolutionary Power Chamber technology. Hidden under the heat shields, the Power Chamber uses the volume of both mufflers to improve scavenging of each cylinder for more efficient combustion. With massive full-coverage 2-1/2" heat shields, this system will stand the test of long lasting style. Optional quiet baffles available for a throaty exhaust note and reduction of 3-5 dB in the sound level (sold separately).
- 220° full coverage 2 1/2" heat shields
- Signature chrome badge and end treatment for a sleek contrast style
- Power Chamber design yields 2-into-1 performance from a dual pipe appearance
- Welded-in ports for factory 18mm oxygen sensors
- Optional Quiet Baffle available (sold separately)
- Some models require O2 sensor port plug (sold separately)
- Made in the USA
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- Harley Davidson
- Sportster Custom XL1200C 2004-2013
- Sportster Custom XL883C 2004-2009
- Sportster Forty-Eight XL1200X 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
- Sportster Iron XL883N 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
- Sportster Low/SuperLow XL883L 2005-2013
- Sportster Low XL1200L 2006-2011
- Sportster Nightster XL1200N 2007-2012
- Sportster Roadster XL1200R 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
- Sportster Roadster XL883R 2004-2012
- Sportster Seventy-Two XL1200V 2012, 2013
- Sportster XL883 2004-2009
- Harley Davidson
- Dyna Fat Bob FXDF 2008-2011
- Dyna Low Rider FXDL/I 2006-2009
- Dyna Street Bob FXDB/I 2006-2011
- Dyna Super Glide Custom FXDC/I 2006-2011
- Dyna Super Glide FXD/I 2006-2010
- Dyna Wide Glide FXDWG/I 2006-2011
- Softail Bad Boy Springer FXSTSB 1995-1997
- Softail Blackline FXS 2011
- Softail Cross Bones Springer FLSTSB 2008-2011
- Softail Custom FXSTC/I 1986-2010
- Softail Custom/Nostalgia/Special/Deluxe FLSTN/I 1993-2011
- Softail Deuce FXSTD/I 1999-2007
- Softail Fat Boy FLSTF/I 1990-2011
- Softail Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB 2009-2011
- Softail Heritage Classic FLSTC/I 1986-2011
- Softail Heritage FLST/I 1986-2006
- Softail Heritage Springer FLSTS/I 1997-2003
- Softail Night Train FXSTB/I 1999-2009
- Softail Springer Classic FLSTSC/I 2005-2007
- Softail Springer FXSTS/I 1988-2006
- Softail Standard FXST/I 1986-2011
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Reviews & Questions
MY PREVIOUS SETUP:
Before I got these pipes, I had the Cycle Shack slip-on mufflers, a drop in K&N air cleaner and I decided to put a Dobeck performance controller on it as well, just in case so I could have to option to change out parts later and still be able to change the fuel "maps" (or whatever they are called). Overall, this setup provided little performance but gave me the sound and slightly smoother idle than I had with my stock setup. The overal pitch and decible level of the bike was mid-low pitch and much louder than stock.
Removal of the old setup is quite simple, the hardest part was removing the O2 sensors from the pipes - PB blaster is your friend. The installation is pretty straight forward, however, I had a heck of a time getting the pipes past the cooling fins on the heads. I did not break off any fins but I did have to bend the pipes to fit around them to the exhaust ports. Also, the manufacturer highly recommends new head exhaust gaskets - I like to aire on the side of caution so I replaced these as well.
Another install tip, make sure the support bracket that mounts underneath the main drive belt cover is loose when you bolt it to the pipes. Otherwise, your pipes will not be lined up to the bracket. After you mount the pipes to the bracket and tighten the mating bolts, torque the head exhaust bolts, THEN proceed to torque the bracket and re-install the main drive belt cover. Otherwise your system will be preloaded and preload means broken bolts.
I've heard it is VERY bad to run a new, free-flow exhaust setup and air cleaner without adjusting the fuel maps - don't be the guy that knows from experience not to do this.
I installed a Roland Sands "Turbine" air cleaner assembly as a supporting modification - you can see my review on that seperately, however, I do believe this is a necessary supporting mod. After installation (pipes, air cleaner and Dobeck adjustment), I could audibly hear that the tone and decible level had become immensley different. The exhaust pitch had become VERY deep (vastly deeper than the slip-ons) and the decible level was noticably louder than the cycle shack mufflers (not a LOT louder, but louder nonetheless). The combination of these two characteristics turned that moderate motorcycle sound into a big motorcycle sound. I'm talking concrete trembling, panty dropping, annoy your neighbors goodness.
I have not yet been able to ride with my half helmet on to get the full effect of what it sounds like while riding (the weather has been negligible), however, I can tell you that the sound is vastly improved (backroads and highway) and the speed (at least the response) of the bike appears to have improved quite a bit. I can feel the front end of the bike lift with gustav when I jam on the throttle. I always hate to say that the bike feels faster after these mods were installed, however, it really does seem to have picked up some power. Again, this could just be how it feels to me because of the new parts.
If you are considering these pipes, I would strongly suggest that you also get a fuel tuner and a high flow intake for maximum effect.
Also, if you are considering buying these pipes, do not hesitate as they are look stunning, sound mean and perform well (with the correct supporting mods).
I highly recommend this product.
If you get this set up on your bike be warned your right ear will hurt after 25 miles on the highway, and after 200 good luck standing up