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Cobra Classic Slashcut Exhaust System
Cobra has been building the best metric cruiser exhaust systems for since the mid-80's years. This experience allows them to produce exhausts with a perfect fit and finish, every time. Best of all, nothing sounds better!
- Features triple chrome plating for beauty that lasts
- Bring out the V-Twin rumble with these large diameter slip-on mufflers
- Baffles are welded-in place and are not removable
- Easy to understand instructions and all required mounting hardware included with each kit
- Made in the USA
Product Note: Only fits US models.
|Baffles Included||Yes, Non-Removable|
|Configuration||2 into 2|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Exhaust Diameter||2.5 in.|
|Heat Shield Included||Yes|
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.
- VT750C Shadow 750 A.C.E. 1998-2001
- VT750CD2 Shadow 750 A.C.E. Deluxe 1998-2002
- VT750CD Shadow 750 A.C.E. 1998-2003
- VT750DC Shadow 750 Spirit 2001-2003, 2005-2007
- VT1100C Shadow 1100 1987-1996
- VT1100C Shadow 1100 Spirit 1998-2007
- VN800A Vulcan 800 1995-2005
- VN800B Vulcan 800 Classic 1996-2005
- VL800 Boulevard C50 2005-2009, 2011-2013
- VL800 Volusia 800 2001-2004
- VL800C Boulevard C50C 2006-2009, 2011-2014
- VL800T Boulevard C50T 2005-2009, 2011-2014
- VZ800 Boulevard M50 2005-2009
Questions & Answers
Is the 2.5 inch dismater the out side or inside of the pipe and what size is the baffle? And is a volusia 800 same thing as a boulevard
Yes, the exhaust diameter referenced in the exhausts' description denotes the outside diameter of the Cobra muffler. In the case of the system to fit the Suzuki Volusia/C50, the Cobra Slashcut Exhaust system headers have an outside diameter of 1-3/4" that then tapers out to 2-1/2" for the muffler bodies.
For your second question, yes - the Volusia 800 and the Boulevard C50 are the same bikes, just of different model years. For marketing reasons, starting with the 2005 model year, Suzuki decided to change rename their entire cruiser motorcycle line to "Boulevard" with various designations to show the type of bike, and it's displacement in cubic inches. C = classic, M = muscle, S = standard and the following number being rounded up to the nearest CI that the marketing types though made sense.
what stage jet kit do i need for the cobra slash cut pipes on a 01 Honda 750 shadow ACE deluxe
By: ready to ride
So long as the rest of the engine is of the stock configuration and you have no more than an aftermarket air cleaner or air filter installed, you'd only need a stage one kit. In fact, Cobra Carburetor Jet Kits are perfectly suited to go along with this exhaust. With each of those jet kits, you'll get all of the required needs, jets and washers to get your bike up and running for the best possible throttle response and engine output. It's all in one box along with easy to follow instructions.
what fuel system do i need to install along with the cobra slashcut exhaust pipes?
Two devices come to mind, depending on what your needs are. If you prefer a simple interface that you can just set and forget, check out the Vance & Hines FP3 fuel tuner.
If you're more of a tinkerer and enjoy working with a smart phone, then Cobra's PowrPro Black would be more to your liking.
For both devices, you'll need an iOS or Android-enabled phone in order to properly configure them. After that, you can just leave them be, or make small changes to the fuel maps in order to get the most power possible out of the Cobra Slashcut exhaust system.
How Much Louder Over Stock Pipes on a 2009 C50
I want performance but not deafness. Is this a bike that is going to rattle my brain when i cruise and step on it. I want some sound to alert the car drivers that are more concerned with texting, calling and face timing and then if time permits looking over the steering wheel and their mirrors prior to changes lanes on the roadway these days where bikers are riding. :-(
By: Jeff from Cinci
Of all the exhausts we have to fit the 2009 Suzuki Boulevard C50, the Classic Slashcut system will be the least intrusive for the rider and passenger. This is due to the larger muffler volume and the slashcut muffler design. The same goes for performance - when properly mapped for fuel delivery with a device such as the Cobra Fi2000 PowrPro Black Fuel Controller, you can expect increased power output and excellent throttle response. Still, with regard to sound, it's impossible for us to say exactly what would be defined as "deafness," - but you'll certainly find the system to be louder than the stock pipes. As previously stated, they're not the loudest pipes you could fit to that bike, so if you want more power and a system that's louder than stock, this is the system to get based on the description of your particular needs.
Can I remove the baffle in the exhaust can I remove the baffle from the Cobra exhaust
All of Cobra's Classic Slashcut exhausts have baffles that are welded into place. You can't remove them, at least, not without permanently modifying the mufflers.
Is this a slip-on system or do I have to change the whole system?
The exhaust in question is indeed a complete system from the headers on back. You'd have to change the whole system in order to put it on. If you're looking for just the mufflers, the Cobra Slashcut Slip-On Exhaust is exactly what you need. They replace both of the stock mufflers and come with all of the required hardware to complete the installation.
I'm looking for something that I can essentially "bolt on" that will give my bike the sound it needs to match its looks. It looks beefy but when yiu start it, it just doesn't sound like it's got any ass. I don't want to wake the neighborhood but I want something that will get peoples attention. I would rather go too loud than too quiet. I have an 2006 C50 Boulevard with all the trimmings-just want it to sound as good as it looks.
If it's the stock exhaust that you currently have on your bike, any Suzuki C50 aftermarket exhaust system is going to be a significant improvement over that! The exhaust ships with fixed baffles, so if it turns out not to be loud enough for your needs, you won't be able to do much about it. Another option would be the Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust System - it's basically the same exhaust where the headers are concerned, only the muffler sections vary. But unlike the Slashcut exhaust, it's built with removable baffles.
Whatever exhaust you choose, you'll certainly need to tune your bike's fuel delivery if you expect to have it run correctly when going from a stock exhaust to a complete system. To do that correctly, please be sure to add a Suzuki C50 Cobra Fi2000R Fuel Controller to your order. With that, you'll get a bike that runs well with the new exhaust system at all power settings.