Two into one

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by 67wizard, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. 67wizard

    67wizard Junior Member

    495
    28
    1
    I have been thinking about getting a two into one exhaust.
    Any thoughts about which one to buy? I have been told thats
    a better way to go than 2/1/2/ Any thoughts? its going on a
    2014 Ultra Limited
    thanks
     
  2. Hobbit

    Hobbit Active Member

    105
    26
    1
    on my 110 CVO i fitted the the V&H X-pipe and monster Ovals and its was excellent, but the 2-1 on my Fat boy and Switch back do seem to offer more TQ from the seat of the pants Dyno, i had the pro pipe on the fat boy and have the SE (aka supertrapp muffler) on the Switch back
     
  3. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

    18,544
    153
    399
    2 into 1 exhaust provides better scavenging, keep in mind BIGGER is better when it comes to muffler diameter for more torque, If Thunderheaders had better chrome I would lean that way JMO
     
  4. Hobbit

    Hobbit Active Member

    105
    26
    1
    this is my 09 CVO Ultra with the X-Pipe from V&H with monster ovals you could wheelie this sucker off the throttle or it would just break loose and scare the life out of your as your backside twitched as you opposite locked it to counter the power slide. as well as my stage 3 103 cammed up Fat boy with the 2-1 Pro Pipe from V&H and my Vrod with a fair few tweaks and the outlaw 2-1 :D ( not one to follow behind PMSL)
    oh can you see a trend here LOL
     

    Attached Files:

  5. coopernicus

    coopernicus Junior Member Contributor

    583
    48
    58
    nice stable you got there!!!
     
  6. Mavagrand

    Mavagrand Senior Member

    1,250
    48
    12
    I'm running Rineharts on my 08 FLHTC. Sounds good, easy install and, after 8 mos still look good. Definately improved the sound and my seat of the pants experience.
     
  7. 67wizard

    67wizard Junior Member

    495
    28
    1
    I have Rienhart slipons on now, but their are the smaller mufflers.
    Sound is ok but looking for something better. If I stay with the 2-1-2
    I migfht try the four inch rienharts. Fulsac headers, no cats, they sounded loud on my 2010 UC.
     
  8. dolt

    dolt Senior Member Contributor

    1,814
    83
    203
    Generally speaking and all things being equal, a 2:1:2 system with a true merge collector has been showing to perform as well as a 2:1 system. By merge collector I refer to systems like Fuel Moto , V&H and Fullsac that merge the exhaust via an "X" pipe. I would not be concerned about giving away performance by running a 2:1:2 system vice a 2:1 provided the system was one of the afore mentioned or similar x-pipe systems. JMHO.
    [​IMG]
     
  9. Mavagrand

    Mavagrand Senior Member

    1,250
    48
    12
    I've got the full exhaust system, bought if from my dealer for little over 400.00, couldn't let it go I felt it was such a good deal. It has definitely improved the performance and , to me, makes the bike look much better.
     
  10. hillbilly81

    hillbilly81 Active Member

    356
    26
    0
    I am running the Vance and Hines pro pipe on my 2014 road king I love the sound and it makes good low end trq I have the screaming eagle breather and race tuner it dynode at 85hp and 95trq hope this helps
     

    Attached Files:

    • 113.jpg
      113.jpg
      File size:
      83.4 KB
      Views:
      30