Originally Posted by Reaper
Originally Posted by "slick_rick":2e9lyvb6
Thanks bro, they really are not as close as I though, they are very low, have you hit them at all turning? Thanks agin, thats exactly what I wanted to see.
Nope haven't hit them yet. FYI with the bike standing straight up, it is 5 1/2" to the bottom of the Cadillac tip and 8" to the bottom of the muffler. I have a set of slash cut tips also and they are the same diameter as the muffler. Hope this helps. Don't have any way to make a sound clip, but, they sound awesome. I took the baffles out one day and they sound even better, but, put them back in because they are not double wall pipes and I didn't EVEN want to take a chance of blueing a set of $$$$$ pipes.[/quote:2e9lyvb6]
Thanks bro, yep it all helps. I looked closer at the pics, and I think they seem low to me, just because im not used to the pipes being so long, as in under the fender. I looke at my V&H pipes, and my bottom pipe seems very close to the same, cant check it this second, its at the dealer getting the valves adjusted, I will look tomorrow night. They really make the bike look alot more semetrical, and very good.
Mountain Flier, your pipes have different tips in the pics. Very cool, I would love to have some different tips to pick from, on the Retro, the V&H dont have that. Thanks to you all for this post and the pics.