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Old 05-01-2020, 12:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone tried the Danmoto Highwayman 2-1 exhaust? Thought on? Searched but couldnít find a thread or mention of. They are dirt cheap
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Anyone tried the Danmoto Highwayman 2-1 exhaust? Thought on? Searched but couldn’t find a thread or mention of. They are dirt cheap
I have never heard of them. It looks like they have alot clamps to put together. For the money they are worth the try
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I have never heard of them. It looks like they have alot clamps to put together. For the money they are worth the try
Pulled the trigger on one, will let ya know when it shows up.
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I have never heard of them. It looks like they have alot clamps to put together. For the money they are worth the try
Pulled the trigger on one, will let ya know when it shows up.
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Received today, am in the process of unpacking and wrapping my head around instructions to install on a Harley Dyna. 3 clamps, a spring, mounting bracket, 2 rear header pieces, 1 front header, a 2 into 1 mid pipe, the cone muffler, and hardware. Taking pics of the pieces and such. Did notice on Amazon, that the price is now 100$, as opposed to the 160$ I paid a week or more ago.

Danmoto has been responsive to questions I've sent via email, promising. Cross you fingers, hold my beer, watch this.
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Complete. Was a chore, but doable. My biggest complaint is that the O2 sensor had to be rerouted, and even then itís as tight as a guitar string due to the mid pipe that I received has the sensor located on the bottom, instead of on the top. Manufacturer recommended installing the rear head pipe first, then the mid and muffler, then the front header. That worked out about as good as a quick in the nutz. So I went rear, front, mid, then muffler. They do provide two 4-3/4Ē bolts and spacers to move the brake and foot peg out further, and that was what I didnít want to happen, but, for 160 bucks, whatever. After install, clean, clean, and clean again. I was wearing latex gloves for the install, cleaned the pipes before and after install, and after running it, my rear header has some stain on it from what I obviously missed.
Sound,, under throttle, itís like a deep performance tone,,, decelerations have some mean grumbles in it, and itís not too loud for my taste overall. Idle is bassy with a thump note.
One last thing. It will smoke on initial startup til all that crap burns out of the inside of the pipes, a lot. Recommend doing it outside of the garage. Ol lady wasnít having it. Iíll get a vid of the sound later.
Def worth the price.
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I just pull the trigger on one today, I couldn't find any info on them but for the price I figured why not. I'm glad to see it sounds good, I wanted a deep tone so this should be perfect, now looks install will be a pain tho. Since it doesnt have a heat shield, how is the heat by your foot?
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I just pull the trigger on one today, I couldn't find any info on them but for the price I figured why not. I'm glad to see it sounds good, I wanted a deep tone so this should be perfect, now looks install will be a pain tho. Since it doesnt have a heat shield, how is the heat by your foot?
Once you get it installed, I donít think youíll be disappointed with the sound. The heat is def there, and quick too. Maybe ceramic tape if it gets unbearable, especially in this Vegas summer heat thatís coming.

Hereís a link to my quick sound bite on youtube https://youtu.be/QJZrwU2vjlU
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Once you get it installed, I donít think youíll be disappointed with the sound. The heat is def there, and quick too. Maybe ceramic tape if it gets unbearable, especially in this Vegas summer heat thatís coming.

Hereís a link to my quick sound bite on youtube https://youtu.be/QJZrwU2vjlU
Nice thank you, ready to try it out, I like the sound of it and it seems like it's not too loud at idle so perfect. Yeah the heat was my concern, here in AR it get's hot too but definitely not like Nevada, but as of right now are you able to ride and bear the heat coming from the exhaust? I think I have some heat wrap somewhere I might use that before installing the exhaust hopefully it will help
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