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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 http://www.vanceandhines.com --- Pro Pipe Chrome http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/dyna/fullsystems/17569 --- Naked http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/air/naked/71007 --- Skullcap Crown, Black http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/air/71019 --- Fuelpak http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/fuelpak/softail/61017 ---


 


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Pro Pipe Chrome for 2001 Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy FLSTFI
ABOUT PRO PIPE CHROME The latest evolution in our Dyno tested 2-into-1 legacy, Pro Pipe Chrome gives you power and performance above and beyond the competition. This new Pro Pipe includes tuned length stepped headers, 1-3/4" to 1-7/8" with a highly efficient merge collector that feeds into the stepped 4-1/2" megaphone design, maintaining the perfect balance of Exhaust back pressure, assuring crisp throttle response and maximum roll on power. 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 endcap. Optional quiet baffle available for a deeper and mellower tone. - Broad & Usable Torque Increase - Stepped Headers, Large Merge Collector - Optional Quiet & Competition Baffles Available - Available in Chrome Finish - Equipped With 18mm o2 Sensor Ports --- PRODUCTS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO --- Vance and Hines http://www.vanceandhines.com --- Pro Pipe Chrome http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/softail/fullsystems/17547 --- Naked VO2 http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/air/naked/71005 --- Skullcap http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/air/skullcap/71013 --- Fuelpak http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/fuelpak/softail/61001a ---





Big Shots Staggered, Black for 2012 Dyna FXDB Street Bob
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Pro Pipe Chrome for 2012 Harley-Davidson Softail models
The latest evolution in our Dyno tested 2-into-1 legacy, Pro Pipe Chrome gives you power and performance above and beyond the competition. This new Pro Pipe includes tuned length stepped headers, 1-3/4" to 1-7/8" with a highly efficient merge collector that feeds into the stepped 4-1/2" megaphone design, maintaining the perfect balance of Exhaust back pressure, assuring crisp throttle response and maximum roll on power. 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 endcap. Optional quiet baffle available for a deeper and mellower tone. For 2012, Vance & Hines has designed a new flat plane mounting panel for the 12mm oxygen sensors now employed across the Softail model line, which positions the sensor deeper into the Exhaust stream, providing enhanced data feedback to the ECM. --- PRODUCTS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO --- Vance and Hines http://www.vanceandhines.com --- Pro Pipe Chrome http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/softail/fullsystem/17571 --- Drak VO2 http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/air/drak/70001 --- Fuelpak http://www.vanceandhines.com/store/fuelpak/softail/61017 ---





2013 Harley Davidson Street Bob
2013 Harley Davidson Street Bob Candy Orange Vance and Hines Pro Pipe with quiet baffle S&S Stealth Intake with S&S Muscle cover Screamin' Eagle 255 cams SESPT Tuner





Harley Exhaust Video. Performance 2 into 1 pipe
Patriot Defenders is our new line of Exhaust products for Harley Davidson Motorcycles. Research and Development of these products dates back to 1991 culminating in a design that really does allow the Harley owner to have it all... high quality, great looks, strong performance, and the ability to change the sound! Product Information • 2004-2012 Sportster Models •1986 2012 Softail® Models, •1999 2012 Touring Model, Long Style •1991 2012 Dyna® Glide Models Loud When You Want... Quiet When You Need With Patriots patented Defender Exhaust, featuring SFI* Technology, just an easy adjustment takes your bike from Deep Rumble to Subtle Quietness. Maybe you live in an area where Law Enforcement is cracking down on Loud pipes. With the Defender you can ride at the sound you need. No discs to remove, No unbolting, No Dirty mufflers to reach inside and turn Just a simple adjustment. Click for sound demonstation: More Power Patriot Defenders feature a Step Pipe design that promotes Exhaust velocity while reducing reversion that can dilute the intake charge. By utilizing these technologies in conjunction with a formed merge collector and a state of the art perforated muffler core, Patriots engineers have developed an Exhaust system that performs on a par with other top brands for horsepower and torque while offering the on the fly volume changes of the SFI Valve and Superior Stainless Steel Construction. Easy Volume Changes! Defenders are constructed from Highly Polished, Corrosion Proof 304 Stainless Steel with Beautifully Chromed Full Coverage Heat Shields and feature a Tightly Rolled Tip with a Domed Interior for a Beautifully Unique Look. In the Closed Position, Defenders will generally replicate stock sound levels. As you open the SFI valve, sound levels and power output, will increase, with a Deep, Throaty Rumble that rivals any pipe on the market for great sound and significant power increases. *SFI stands for Sound Flow Inversion, Patriots innovative Exhaust baffle design that allows the rider to redirect the flow of the Exhaust to instantly change the volume. In 1996 the first generation of SFI Slip On mufflers were produced for Harleys and quickly became a big seller. In 2005 Engineering work began on incorporating the SFI Technology in to a performance Exhaust system. That engineering effort culminated in the line of pipes now known as the Patriot Defenders. Visit http://www.patriotpipes.com for more information Also available Patriot Top Fueler Patriot's new Top Fueler is a state of the art, patented, fuel injection management system. Using load based technology, the Top Fueler works with your Harley-Davidson® ECU to maintain proper fuel/air mixture for optimum power and efficiency. The Fuelers come with a base map preloaded for a Plug N Play type installation with easy to use buttons to make any changes to compensate for individual performance parts or riding styles. Designed and manufactured with OEM style and quality connectors, the Top Fueler installs in your Harley® without splicing or modifying your existing wiring or factory components. Installation generally takes less than one hour and the Top Fueler is designed with a failsafe mode that most brands do not have; should the Top Fueler ever fail, it will revert to the factory stock settings instead of leaving you stranded on the side of the road.





Road Rage vs Pro Pipe (DYNAS)
Sound Comparison between the Bassani Road Rage and Vance & Hines Pro Pipe, both with stock baffles. Dyna Street Bob (Left) has the Road Rage installed and the Dyna Super Glide (Right) has the Pro Pipe installed. Both bikes have the 96ci. Twin Cam motor.





Harley-Davidson Evolution engene Disassembly and Re-assembly
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Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob Before and After, Vance and Hines Stainless Hi-Output 2-into-1
This is my 2013 Harley Davidson Dyna FXDF Fat Bob before and after installing a Vance and Hines Stainless Hi-Output 2-into-1, T-Man Performance 577 cams, Arlen Ness Inverted Air cleaner and TTS Tuner (Dyno tuned). The after was filmed at about 08:30 Saturday morning when the temperature was about 38 degrees. I was easy on the throttle, because I was trying not to wake up my neighbors, the bike was barley warmed up when I started filming.





Patriot Pipes on 2010 Harley Dyna Street Bob.m2ts
Installed 2-1 Patriot Pipes on my 2010 Harley Dyna Street Bob. These pipes have a very deep and loud sound. I did not care for just loud and tinny sound you get from other pipes. If you like the sound on the video, you'll love the sound in person. When the bike is started and at idle, you have to shout to talk to each other. The pipes are adjustable for a quieter sound. Loud pipes = safety





Harley davisdon 2013 dyna street bob, Vance and Hines sideshots heat wrapped pipes start up LOUD!!!.
The making of 'Evil Betty'... 2013, 96ci Twin cam FXDB, Denim Black... Time lapse video using a HD GOPRO hero 2, Vance and Hines heat wrapped side shots pipes, nostalgic hand grips, screaming eagle phat red leads, custom horn, custom 'Bullet" gear shifter, ol shool derby cover, headlight visor. More Vids coming soon!!!:)





2012 H-D street bob
2012 H-D street bob......vance and hines shortshots, big city thunder baffles, vance and hines fuelpak, zipper high flow air filter, lowered 2" and forward controls.....just got this stuff done about a week ago...





2010 Harley Davidson Street Bob w/ Vance and Hines Pro Pipe
Another upload of the bike at idle and under throttle. She's louder than what I initially wanted but man do I love the way she sounds!





Harley-Davidson 2015 Street 750 & 500 Review | Motorcycle Podcast
Official Website: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com Official Blog for the 750 Street: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/street750 Harley-Davidson Street 750 & 500 Review New for Harley-Davison's 2015 line up is a new category of bikes called "Harley-Davidson Street". To fill that category are two new bikes, the 750 and the 500, both liquid cooled. The 750 has a 46 cubic inch motor while the 500 has a 30 cubic inch V-Twin Revolution X motor. Further, these motors are a 60-degree V-Twin with chain-driven single overhead cams and four-valves per cylinder. All is finished off with a 2-into-1 upswept Exhaust. A blacked-out engine and covers, pullback handlebars, fork gators and lowers, and jet black Exhaust give it a tougher look. The bike has the seemingly trendy Sons of Anarchy headlight fairing. These motors are rather small, but both models are very light with both weighing in at around 489 lbs. Both have a 3.5 gallon fuel tank and get around 41 miles per gallon. Both front and back wheels have a single disc braking system. At a price point of $7,499 for the 750 and $6,799 for the 500, any who may have never been able to get into a Harley Davidson can now do so. I spent part of a day with the new models and rode the 750 on city streets, county roads, and the freeway. These bikes are stripped down and have nothing but the absolute bottom line of Harley equipment, which helps keep the price point down. After my ride I will tell you that you really shouldn't expect much from this bike, but again consider the price you are paying. I mean bare minimums on this thing. The small motor, basic rubber mid pegs/controls, basic rubber handgrips, cable throttle, cable clutch, non self-canceling signals, small fuel tank etc. I can see this bike being of great use to someone who only rides around the city, a college student, or someone who is brand new and wants to learn how to ride an actual american made motorcycle. This thing feels like you are riding a scooter, but with some extra power. As light as it is it would be super easy for a beginning rider to handle and definitely not have too much power. The narrow frame, low seat height, 17-inch front tire and mid controls equate to a quick handling motorcycle that’s super easy to ride. The bike handles fine for what it is and certainly turns in a very small area. The braking is nothing special and is what you would expect with no anti-locking. The bike is light and it is very easy to lock the rear tire up during my emergency braking tests, so riders beware. The 750 has some get up and go when I entered the freeway and I got up to speed just fine, but I was in the throttle all the way. I gave her everything she had and got up to 70 mph and into 6th gear. The bike was surprisingly steady at 70 mph with no real wobble or uneasy feeling. However, you will definitely feel that you are doing every bit of 70 mph. It's certainly not something that you would want to be doing for any real distance. You will feel that engine working for sure. As for the 500, well just stay off the freeway completely. This bike is sluggish and lacks the get up and go. Of course neither of these bikes were designed for any long distance riding whatsoever. If you want to go on long trips I would stay away from this model. These are great little city commute bikes or errand runners. The Harley-Davidson Street 750 seems best suited for around town or lower speed country roads. Think of it as a scooter on a few steroids. It is a bike that will get you in the door as a Harley-Davidson owner at a low price point and you will not have to be that guy on a scooter. Don't expect anything great or to be wowed and take it as it is. It will be a great little solid running entry level motorcycle for some. Official Blog for the 750 Street: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/street750





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