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Clearance for V&H 2into1
« on: Mar 22, 2020, 10:54:22 am »
If anyone is interested Dennis Kirk has V&H 2into1 big radius exhaust system on clearance for $375, just ordered a backup set since they will be very hard to find in the future
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    Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
    « Reply #1 on: Mar 22, 2020, 02:36:09 pm »
    That is a good deal.
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    Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
    « Reply #2 on: Mar 22, 2020, 03:23:19 pm »
    Those not good if u ride a lot of curves, they set too low and drag

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #3 on: Mar 22, 2020, 05:45:14 pm »
      Those not good if u ride a lot of curves, they set too low and drag
      freedoms drag also
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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #4 on: Mar 22, 2020, 10:00:07 pm »
      Great price!

      Anybody know if the V&H 2in1 is lower than V&H 2in2? Didn't you have 2in2 on your other Raider, Todd?

      UPDATE: Looks like they are sold out???

      https://www.denniskirk.com/vance-and-hines/big-radius-2-into-1-exhaust-system-28501.p4403490.prd/4403490.sku
      « Last Edit: Mar 22, 2020, 10:17:37 pm by Badbluraider »

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #5 on: Mar 22, 2020, 11:17:25 pm »
      Those not good if u ride a lot of curves, they set too low and drag

      They fine on stock height raider , and they only drag some on a lowered raider... I think with fork extensions they might not even hit , Ron 505 would know for sure though

      Lean till it grinds , then lean some more ..

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #6 on: Mar 23, 2020, 06:09:42 am »
      Great price!

      Anybody know if the V&H 2in1 is lower than V&H 2in2? Didn't you have 2in2 on your other Raider, Todd?

      UPDATE: Looks like they are sold out???

      https://www.denniskirk.com/vance-and-hines/big-radius-2-into-1-exhaust-system-28501.p4403490.prd/4403490.sku

      I think the 2-2 may be a little higher at the lower bend then the 2-1 ... you thinking about changing your pipes to the 2-1 bro ?
      Lean till it grinds , then lean some more ..

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #7 on: Mar 23, 2020, 06:40:42 am »
      :thumbs: I have given it some thought for a while especially because to 2 in 1 shows a bit better performance. I did think it looks like the front bend comes down a bit lower than my 2 in 2 just by looking with the naked eye. I cannot really afford to go any lower with my 2 in 2 hitting like they do and I am running stock height. Wanted to bring the rear down but have trouble justifying with scraping now.

      I have always leaned toward the two pipe look myself. I like the look of my 2 in 2 and also the Freedom Sharp curves. Just afraid to make a move a regret it man. ;D

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #8 on: Mar 23, 2020, 07:17:34 am »
      :thumbs: I have given it some thought for a while especially because to 2 in 1 shows a bit better performance. I did think it looks like the front bend comes down a bit lower than my 2 in 2 just by looking with the naked eye. I cannot really afford to go any lower with my 2 in 2 hitting like they do and I am running stock height. Wanted to bring the rear down but have trouble justifying with scraping now.

      I have always leaned toward the two pipe look myself. I like the look of my 2 in 2 and also the Freedom Sharp curves. Just afraid to make a move a regret it man. ;D

      Yeah buddy I hear that, my bike has progressive lower springs in forks and air ride in the rear and it definitely touches down , with that said you can adjust your lines and still run a pretty good pace lowered with the 2-1.

      I think having the increased ground clearance would help pick up a few mph of entry/exit speeds but for what it does now I’m happy with the looks and backroad performance of the ole girl !
      Lean till it grinds , then lean some more ..

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #9 on: Mar 23, 2020, 08:10:29 am »
      :thumbs: I have given it some thought for a while especially because to 2 in 1 shows a bit better performance. I did think it looks like the front bend comes down a bit lower than my 2 in 2 just by looking with the naked eye. I cannot really afford to go any lower with my 2 in 2 hitting like they do and I am running stock height. Wanted to bring the rear down but have trouble justifying with scraping now.

      I have always leaned toward the two pipe look myself. I like the look of my 2 in 2 and also the Freedom Sharp curves. Just afraid to make a move a regret it man. ;D

      Yeah buddy I hear that, my bike has progressive lower springs in forks and air ride in the rear and it definitely touches down , with that said you can adjust your lines and still run a pretty good pace lowered with the 2-1.

      I think having the increased ground clearance would help pick up a few mph of entry/exit speeds but for what it does now I’m happy with the looks and backroad performance of the ole girl !
      :thumbs: You got it man, it's not like we are running sport bikes or are on the track or strip anymore ;D

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #10 on: Mar 23, 2020, 08:19:56 am »
      :thumbs: I have given it some thought for a while especially because to 2 in 1 shows a bit better performance. I did think it looks like the front bend comes down a bit lower than my 2 in 2 just by looking with the naked eye. I cannot really afford to go any lower with my 2 in 2 hitting like they do and I am running stock height. Wanted to bring the rear down but have trouble justifying with scraping now.

      I have always leaned toward the two pipe look myself. I like the look of my 2 in 2 and also the Freedom Sharp curves. Just afraid to make a move a regret it man. ;D

      Yeah buddy I hear that, my bike has progressive lower springs in forks and air ride in the rear and it definitely touches down , with that said you can adjust your lines and still run a pretty good pace lowered with the 2-1.

      I think having the increased ground clearance would help pick up a few mph of entry/exit speeds but for what it does now I’m happy with the looks and backroad performance of the ole girl !
      :thumbs: You got it man, it's not like we are running sport bikes or are on the track or strip anymore ;D

      Well tell those crazy sobs at SERR that.... those guys are a bad influence and act like we racing all over the mountains every year ! Lol
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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #11 on: Mar 23, 2020, 08:44:51 am »
      All 9 sets are gone! And says no longer available
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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #12 on: Mar 23, 2020, 11:34:29 am »
      :thumbs: I have given it some thought for a while especially because to 2 in 1 shows a bit better performance. I did think it looks like the front bend comes down a bit lower than my 2 in 2 just by looking with the naked eye. I cannot really afford to go any lower with my 2 in 2 hitting like they do and I am running stock height. Wanted to bring the rear down but have trouble justifying with scraping now.

      I have always leaned toward the two pipe look myself. I like the look of my 2 in 2 and also the Freedom Sharp curves. Just afraid to make a move a regret it man. ;D

      Yeah buddy I hear that, my bike has progressive lower springs in forks and air ride in the rear and it definitely touches down , with that said you can adjust your lines and still run a pretty good pace lowered with the 2-1.

      I think having the increased ground clearance would help pick up a few mph of entry/exit speeds but for what it does now I’m happy with the looks and backroad performance of the ole girl !
      :thumbs: You got it man, it's not like we are running sport bikes or are on the track or strip anymore ;D
      Just stay behind me and everything will be just fine - really it will  8)

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #13 on: Mar 23, 2020, 11:45:57 am »
      Will do RK, will remember that one ;D

      Called Dennis Kirk and they are out and will not be receiving anymore, so Todd you may have got the last one(good for you) :(

      Also called V&H and both 2 into 1 and 2 into 2 have been discontinued. 

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      Re: Clearance for V&H 2into1
      « Reply #14 on: Mar 23, 2020, 11:55:49 am »
      Will do RK, will remember that one ;D

      Called Dennis Kirk and they are out and will not be receiving anymore, so Todd you may have got the last one(good for you) :(

      Also called V&H and both 2 into 1 and 2 into 2 have been discontinued.
      Zxdave  got a set also ,already knew they were discontinued
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