SE Heavy Breather, SERT, and Stock Pipes

Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by hd4evr, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. hd4evr

    hd4evr Banned

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    I kinda like my stock pipes and the sound of them. I bought the bike used, the pipes LOOK stock, but man, they sound good. Doesn't look like anything has been done to them as far as drilling out baffles, etc, but they have a nice rumble. Anyway, I wanna get the SE Heavy Breather and SERT, keeping the stock pipes. What will that do? Anything?
     
  2. hd4evr

    hd4evr Banned

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    Pipes are identical to these:


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  3. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    WOW look at that, he keeps his bikes in his living room:bigsmiley24:
     
  4. hd4evr

    hd4evr Banned

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    Nah! Not the living room. That's my private indoor riding area! :D
     
  5. glider

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    Want to adopt me? I come with some tools too :bigsmiley24:
     
  6. hd4evr

    hd4evr Banned

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    Sure! I'll adopt you! There's just a small $2 million dollar "paperwork fee" you'll need to pay up front! :bigsmiley10:
     
  7. glider

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    Are you a Harley dealer by some chance?
     
  8. hd4evr

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    :newsmile100::newsmile100:
     
  9. jmpancoast

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    In my opinion, more air in and restricted air out doesn't offer the performance available for the money you are spending. If, in fact, you have stock mufflers, you are restricting the air the air flow a/c allows in.

    If you are trying to keep the stock look, and get a better breathing set-up, check out Cycle Shack slip-ons (#MT-129). These are available for about $150.00. Check fitment for your application before ordering.

    Here is a photo from their website.

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