Bassani Scalloped Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust

Item Number: 306035


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Product Description

Bassani Xhaust

Bassani Scalloped Slash Cut Slip-On Exhaust

  • 4" Slip-On muffler set
  • Chrome slash cut
  • Includes 2-1/2" performance baffles
  • Made in the USA

Spec Details
Baffles Performance
Country of Origin USA
Finish Chrome
Size 4 in.

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.

Harley Davidson

  • FLHR Road King 1995-2016
  • FLHRC Road King Classic 2007-2013
  • FLHRCI Road King Classic 1998-2006
  • FLHRI Road King 1996-2006
  • FLHRS Road King Custom 2004-2007
  • FLHRSI Road King Custom 2004-2006
  • FLHT Electra Glide Standard 1995-2009
  • FLHTC Electra Glide Classic 1995-2005, 2007-2013
  • FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic 1996-2006
  • FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide 1995-2016
  • FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide 1995-2006
  • FLHTI Electra Glide Standard 2003-2006
  • FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited 2010-2016
  • FLHX Street Glide 2006-2016
  • FLHXI Street Glide 2006
  • FLTCU Ultra Classic Tour Glide 1995
  • FLTCUI Ultra Classic Tour Glide 1996
  • FLTR Road Glide 1998-2002, 2007-2009
  • FLTRI Road Glide 1998-2006
  • FLTRU Road Glide Ultra 2011-2013
  • FLTRX Road Glide Custom 2010-2013

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • What is a easy way to remove the old slip on mufflers. They seem like they are seized on pretty hard

    Return answer to Thanks

    By: Joe

    Without having the bike here to examine, it's really hard to say what the best method would be. Still, here's one method you could try; Start by heating the bolt for a few seconds and then dumping water on it until it cools enough to stop boiling the water on contact. You don't need to torch the bolt, (eg. red hot) as that will only break the head off as the metal becomes significantly weaker when it starts emitting light.

    The act of heating and cooling the bolt quickly serves to crack the rust or whatever corroded metal is holding up the show. Once you've done that, try adding some Liquid Wrench or equivalent penetrating oil and let it soak for a few minutes. Also, be sure to give the bolt a few taps with hammer or other suitable tool to help break away any metal flakes. Once you've done all of this, go ahead and try to loosen the bolt out. A six point socket is the best tool for this job.

    By: Staff