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MeAndMyHarley's Reviews
 
Cue the orchestra. We tuned these mufflers to provide an exhaust note with some extra deep bass.
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Blown Away....
PostedMay 8, 2014
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Location:Erie, PA
I Ride: 2014 Ultra Limited (Charcol gray/Brillian Silver)
How I Ride:Touring - Solo
I must admit that I was skeptical of the reviews that stated that there was such a difference in sound from the stock pipes. I mean, not having to do any re-mapping or add a larger air intake, etc. I thought there couldn't be THAT big of a difference. I watched video's comparing the two and I couldn't really tell a big difference in sound. Those videos that I watched didn't do these Street Cannon Slip-on's justice. I guess it is hard to pick up the difference in sound in a video.
As skeptical as I was, I thought so many people comment on how good they sound that I would try them on my 2014 Ultra Limited. Compared to other muffler/sound upgrades I did on previous bikes, $399 was a pretty cheap upgrade (about $520 when you add in the clamps and end caps.)
I installed them last night and wow -- I was really impressed with the difference in sound -- deeper, louder and a twist of the throttle really makes them rumble. I am very glad I decided to try them and I would highly recommend them. Installation was easy and quick. I was done in less than an hour and because it was so simple I saved money by not having to pay the dealer to put them on for me.
I Recommend This Product.
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MeAndMyHarley's Review Comments
 
Designed to complement H-D wind deflectors and windshields, this fairing pouch is ideal for storing mobile devices, sunglasses and other small items.
 
Overall4 out of 54 out of 5
Worth the wait
By Dem0ney from Ashburn, VA
With the new 2014 limited liquid cooling we lost the forward storage. Unfortunate since there was no place up front to store a toll pass or credit card or anything really. I have been waiting for this since I got the bike. It was easy to install, didn't take long and is exactly what was needed. Well done.
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Erie, PA
Airflow
Posted February 28, 2014
How does it affect the airflow when you have the wind splitter vent open? It seems it would cause it to blow more towards your face and cause the center pouch flap to flap in the air from the air coming thru the vent.
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MeAndMyHarley's Questions
 
Stretch out for added comfort. This chrome-plated Adjustable Highway Peg Mounting Kit can be set for shorter riders, and it can be reversed to reach far forward for those with long legs.
 

Clamp doesn't close all the way

When I install these on my 2014 Ultra Limited the clamp does not close all the way around the engine guard. There is probably a 1/4" to 1/2" open gap and the washer is free to move and jiggle around in that gap. This doesn't seem right to me but the clamp is tightened as far as I can tighten it by hand. The clamp is secure, but it bothers me that it isn't closed and the washer isn't secured. I'm afraid if it was tightened anymore that it would dent the engine guard.

Is this normal or do I just need to tighten the screw with a power drill to close the gap or will this dent the engine guard?
5 months, 1 week ago
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A touch of chrome makes all the difference. These classic gauge bezels take just a few minutes to install, and add the beauty of chrome to your dash.
 

Side View Picture

Hello,

Does any one have these installed so that they can post a picture of them from the side?

They look nice from the front but I'm getting the impression that from the side it might look like 4 chrome tubes sticking out from the dash.

Thanks in advance!
6 months ago
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Add a custom touch to the Original Equipment Tour-Pak rear lighting.
 

Out of Stock...

Any idea when this will be back in stock? Not only is it out of stock online but it also appears that none of the HD dealers in my area have them available either and I've checked several. :( Although it isn't quite riding weather yet, hopefully it won't be much longer. I'd like to have a little extra bling on the bike when it's ready to ride :)
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7 months ago
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A touch of chrome makes all the difference. These classic gauge bezels take just a few minutes to install, and add the beauty of chrome to your dash.
 

Is Mounting Plate Necessary?

I also would like to know if the Gloss Black Mounting Plate is necessary. I don't like the look of it. It looks like an "add on" instead of stock making it look cheap.
7 months ago
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MeAndMyHarley's Answers
 
Stretch out for added comfort. This chrome-plated Adjustable Highway Peg Mounting Kit can be set for shorter riders, and it can be reversed to reach far forward for those with long legs.
 

Clamp doesn't close all the way

When I install these on my 2014 Ultra Limited the clamp does not close all the way around the engine guard. There is probably a 1/4" to 1/2" open gap and the washer is free to move and jiggle around in that gap. This doesn't seem right to me but the clamp is tightened as far as I can tighten it by hand. The clamp is secure, but it bothers me that it isn't closed and the washer isn't secured. I'm afraid if it was tightened anymore that it would dent the engine guard.

Is this normal or do I just need to tighten the screw with a power drill to close the gap or will this dent the engine guard?
Here is a picture. You can see the black washer that is loose since the clamp doesn't close completely. The engine guard is the stock engine guard.
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5 months, 1 week ago
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This Lid Lining features a convenient six pocket organizer to keep smaller items conveniently at hand, and is shaped to fit the contours of the Tour-Pak lid for a finished look. The organizer features 4 enclosed pouches, 1 mesh pouch and 1 clear mobile-device pouch.
 

What is the difference between the two tour-pak lid fitted organizers that there is a price difference?

These fit both regular and chopped tour paks?
I Ride: 2010 street glide and 2013 tri-glide
Also, the cheaper one has a grey background/liner where the more expensive one has a black background/liner.
I Ride: 2014 Ultra Limited (Charcol gray/Brillian Silver)
6 months ago
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