Full Sac exhaust

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by mark72, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. mark72

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    Installed my Full Sac exhaust on yesterday and rode some today. I like it. You must be committed to put it on, but the results are well worth it. Anybody got an idea for a longer heat shield on the rightside?
     
  2. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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  3. Barney Biker

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    Where do you need a longer heat shield? If you are talking about the one on the front cylinder pipe there is instructions to fix.
    Turned mine over and it covered up about everything that was there before.
    I don't like the spot coming out of the rear cylinder head that is exposed on the right side though. No chrome cover there.

    Barney Biker
    07 EG
     
  4. mark72

    mark72 Member

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    I placed them as instructed but I would rather have a solid heat shield.
     
  5. 67wizard

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    I guess Iam lucky as I had Fullsac put on his header and tune the bike.
    The original heat shield on my 2010 fit just fine.
     
  6. glider

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    Just a note here on the full-sac kit...

    If you have an 07 or later bike, you must change the mufflers also when adding the full-sac exhaust because the left side muffler does not flow like the right side does. The left side is more of a sound can and has a baffle in the rear of the muffler about 6 inches in that will restrict the exhaust flow for the rear cylinder using the full-sac conversion.
    Earlier HD mufflers or aftermarket mufflers can be used if they are the same construction for both mufflers.