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Bike has ok power but definately could use some help. I drilled out my exhaust 4 ,1/2 holes each pipe and love the way it sounds. I wonder if I do air filter and power commander will I get similiar gains without after market pipe?? I mean I figure its definately moving more air with the 8 holes drilled and like I said I am very happy with the sound. Has anyone had any luck chirping second??? I know i'm an idiot but I love that sh*t. That 210 isn't gonna last long either. Those drag starts are way too much fun. I love that the bike is fairly light but i'm starting to wonder if i should have spent the money and gone with the raider. Also the pegs touch down way too easily and they don't have any wear bolts on the bottom either. This is my first cruiser and besides feeling down on power the comfort and handling are nice.
 

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King, I installed the Cobra Power Pro and the air intake. The combination of these two along with drilled out pipes have really helped. The bike is riding smooth and strong. Cobra pipes would only make it that much better but out of funds.
 

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Those Cobra pipes sound nice, I see you jumped from 61 to 77? also is that the air take that I hear (sucking air)? If so thats badass.
 

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kingofleon said:
Those Cobra pipes sound nice, I see you jumped from 61 to 77? also is that the air take that I hear (sucking air)? If so thats badass.

Yes I believe its sucking air ;D
 

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Yes, Would love to hear if it puts out a roar under heavy accelleration!
 

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kingofleon said:
strykED, What did the combo run you and did you install yourself??
$480 for the Power Commander and $233 for the air intake. I installed them myself and learned a ton. The Power Commander took some time and a lot of patience but definitely doable. The air intake was simple and straightforward. I love the set up and the results. Will get pipes in the future but the drilled out stocks are cool for now. Let me know if you have any questions.
 
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