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Old 08-12-2019, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation COBRA VS. Vance & Hines

Which is better : Sound tone & Performance

- V&H : TWIN SLASH STAGGERED
- Cobra : Speedster Swept





* what is the different between V&H :
- TWIN SLASH STAGGERED
- BIG RADIUS 2-INTO 2


Note: my opinion the V&H staggered have a nice looks and deep sound !!
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default I recommend Rush exhaust

I've heard both V&H and the Cobras. Both are great. I went with the Rush exhaust. I love the look and sound. They are a couple inches longer which add a deeper tone in my opinion and the length cover more of the brake rotor which I think looks better. Again, just my opinion.
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I've heard both V&H and the Cobras. Both are great. I went with the Rush exhaust. I love the look and sound. They are a couple inches longer which add a deeper tone in my opinion and the length cover more of the brake rotor which I think looks better. Again, just my opinion.
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i watch a lot of YouTube ... the sound in video may vary
the true sound feeling can not feel in video over speakers
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Old 08-13-2019, 04:15 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Agree, online videos doesn't do much justice to any exhaust.
I did have the opportunity to hear both in person as I was torn between a Raven Stryker with the Cobras and a Candy Red Stryker with the V&H Twin Staggers.

IMO, the Staggers sounded much deeper and more aggressive once you get on the throttle than the Cobras, plus I liked how the bike looked with them on.
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not sure if my pic is coming through or not. If so, these are the Rush pipes.
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Agree, online videos doesn't do much justice to any exhaust.
I did have the opportunity to hear both in person as I was torn between a Raven Stryker with the Cobras and a Candy Red Stryker with the V&H Twin Staggers.

IMO, the Staggers sounded much deeper and more aggressive once you get on the throttle than the Cobras, plus I liked how the bike looked with them on.
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i just order V&H staggers ( $599 from Revzilla )
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not sure if my pic is coming through or not. If so, these are the Rush pipes.
your ride is awesome
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Old 08-14-2019, 09:40 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Thanks. I think of it as the other woman!
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