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Old 07-06-2011, 11:27 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I drilled out mine as well... they do sound a lot better... but i still cant wait until i can afford new pipes...
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Can someone post pics of their drilled out exhaust. I want to see the drill holes to get a better idea. Thanks
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Hey midlife- there is a thread on that already. Check with the search option. Also loving your username. My Wife tells everyone that this Stryker is my Mid Life crisis. LMAO
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Can someone post pics of their drilled out exhaust. I want to see the drill holes to get a better idea. Thanks
theres lots of videos on youtube aswell
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Old 11-21-2011, 10:50 AM   #15 (permalink)
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You tube has quite a few threads to listen too. Just got my stryker two months ago and the sounds needs to be louder. Cross between drilling or purchase...

decisions decisions.
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You tube has quite a few threads to listen too. Just got my stryker two months ago and the sounds needs to be louder. Cross between drilling or purchase...

decisions decisions.
Let me go ahead and tell you what your gonna do. You'll start out drilling two holes in each pipe, add two to each pipe, make them bigger, order aftermarket, never be happier.

This will happen in less than a 45 day period. Just skip all of the drilling and just order the exhaust you want and save yourself the time. You'll get the sound you want 30 days sooner.
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You tube has quite a few threads to listen too. Just got my stryker two months ago and the sounds needs to be louder. Cross between drilling or purchase...

decisions decisions.
Let me go ahead and tell you what your gonna do. You'll start out drilling two holes in each pipe, add two to each pipe, make them bigger, order aftermarket, never be happier.

This will happen in less than a 45 day period. Just skip all of the drilling and just order the exhaust you want and save yourself the time. You'll get the sound you want 30 days sooner.
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lol, cuz if he's like me he has about a grand laying around that he doesn't know what to do with.
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Old 11-25-2011, 01:49 PM   #19 (permalink)
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I am definitly buying pipes, What are some oppinions on corbra swept vs vans & hines big radius. power comander to auto tuner? They sound real good. Kind of leaning towrds Cobras..
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The black V&H are $300 more expensive than the Cobras if you are buying them in black.
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