Pro Pipe Chrome for 2012 Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob FXDB

The latest evolution in the Vance & Hines 2-into-1 legacy, Pro Pipe Chrome gives you all the bling along with the bang. This new Pro Pipe includes tuned length stepped headers with a highly efficient merge collector that feeds into the stepped megaphone design. Complete with header and collector heat shields, as well as a shield over the first step of the megaphone, the Pro Pipe Chrome also features a CNC machined chrome plated billet end-cap. Optional quiet insert available for a deeper and mellower tone. --- PRODUCTS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO --- Vance and Hines --- Pro Pipe Chrome --- Naked --- Skullcap Crown, Black --- Fuelpak ---

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