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Question for the Dooley owners....can you turn the exhaust tips outward?
I just went and checked and yes you can. In fact you can have them up, down, in or out.....

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I'm really happy with my doolies.

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Well I am going to tell you what about your club. You guys will be about the only members in it....................................!

I have been waiting for a set of those to come to my home since early March this year! Seems like its all a bunch of BS with these pipes and the availability of them....................March

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Show, give Roadhouse a call. They're good guys. They'll let you know the status of your pipes.

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They need to offer them for the C model.
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Here's mine! Am I the only one with shark fins? Oh, and I really need newer pictures now that my Tsyaku bags are on, along with the Kury silver bullets.





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Dooleys

How do they sound Low tone or high pitch or what, I have the Speedster Longs by Cobra and they sound great good low tone but i like those Dauls

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Nice deep tone, not too loud. Performance baffles and slash cut tips make them a bit lounder, but still nice deep rumble.

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Question for the Dooley owners....can you turn the exhaust tips outward?
I just went and checked and yes you can. In fact you can have them up, down, in or out.....
Here is a pic


Over 9yrs, 80K miles and reliable as ever

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I'm kinda confused !
I could swear the board got a topic going around last Oct about Dual exhaust and how there was no way and none on after market.

Have these been around long ? Am I wrong about this ?

BTW Awesome !!!!!! Looks so retro !!!! i like them with the fish tails.

I'm an Ex X owner !
Watch cages with their left blinker on !
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