Vance & Hines Powershots Dual Slip-On Exhaust

Item Number: 315157

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Product Description

Vance & Hines

Vance & Hines Powershots Dual Slip-On Exhaust

Powershots feature two 2-1/2" muffler bodies, dual power chambers, a single chrome 360 degree heat shield and dual-staggered, twin-layered slashcut end-tips. Powershots are power, performance and quality in a slip-on.

  • Unique Wraparound Muffler Heat Shield Design
  • Power Chamber crossover technology
  • Slip-fit to OEM Head Pipes
  • Available in chrome finish

Spec Details
Baffles Included Yes, Removable
Configuration Dual
Country of Origin USA
Finish Chrome

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

  • VRSCA V-Rod 2002-2006
  • VRSCAW V-Rod 2007-2008
  • VRSCB V-Rod 2004-2005
  • VRSCX V-Rod 2007

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • i have an 04 v rod with this pipes but no baffles will a fuelpak still work for this application

    By: Rod

    While the Fuelpak configuration tool doesn't currently show a baffle-less option, it's certainly going to provide fuel delivery that's better than the stock configuration. This is especially true if your bike is running with a stock air cleaner. You'll notice that, when using the V&H Fuelpak configuration tool, it indicates that the map is specifically designed to work with an aftermarket air cleaner. As you don't have the baffles in your exhaust, I apprehend it'll actually be a pretty good match, and this would be especially true if you're running the stock air cleaner. A tuner will always run fuel a little richer if you indicate you want to run the exhaust without baffles.

    By: Staff