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Author Topic: Hardkrome ClassicII pipes installed  (Read 5371 times)

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RZ94

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Re: Hardkrome ClassicII pipes installed
« Reply #25 on: October 29, 2019, 13:41:54 PM »

They could be considered all of the above. I purposely idle or just above in my neighborhood (no need to be a jerk or give people a reason to hate), they are a bit loud when riding, but I love it. I did 150 miles solo this past Sunday, and in all honesty after about 10-15 miles they just sing one of my favorite tunes...
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Re: Hardkrome ClassicII pipes installed
« Reply #26 on: October 29, 2019, 16:24:37 PM »

Thanks .. hmm, would be nice to have baffles.. rumble potato-potato-potato not shout it
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"Scout"  800 Drifter
900 classic rear shock
18/ 38t gearing
Michelin Commander II mt/90-16 front 150/80-16 rear
1 3/4 turns on A/F, 1st clip,48 pilot, 160 main - 41mpg
K&N
Marbled and Modified airbox
Vulcan Classic 800 sissy bar
Viking saddle bags

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135 main / 42 pilot

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Re: Hardkrome ClassicII pipes installed
« Reply #27 on: January 02, 2020, 21:02:07 PM »

has anyone found a baffle that will tone these HardKrome American Classic II's down a bit? I really like the sound, but after about 100 miles they get a bit louder than I really like.
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