Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust System

Item Number: 326313

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Product Description


Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust System

You don't have to be one of the big boys in order to hang with them. That was the inspiration behind Cobra's Streetrod exhausts. Built specifically for the middleweight, mid-displacement bikes out there, this system is engineered to squeeze everything it can out of them and look serious doing it.

These aren't just cut-down versions of their bigger systems. Each is scaled proportionately to look and fit right and then tuned specifically to give you more boost and performance. And they offer many of the same things you'll find in big bike systems, including machined aluminum billet tips and full-length, triple-layer chrome heat shields.

Mid-sized cruisers are popular for a reason, and with a new set of Streetrods, you've just been given several more.

  • Easy to understand instructions and all required mounting hardware included with each kit
  • Made in the USA

Spec Details
Baffles Included Yes, Removable
Color Varies (make selection above)
Configuration Dual
Country of Origin USA
Exhaust Diameter 1.75 in.
Finish Varies (make selection above)
Heat Shield Included Yes
Material Steel
Muffler End Cap Chrome
Style Varies (make selection above)
Warranty Varies (make selection above)

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.


  • VT600C Shadow 600 VLX 1988-1989, 1991-2007
  • VT600CD2 Shadow 600 VLX Deluxe 1999-2000
  • VT600CD Shadow 600 VLX Deluxe 1993-2007
  • VT750C2 Shadow 750 Spirit 2007-2009, 2012-2014
  • VT750C2B Shadow 750 Phantom 2010-2017
  • VT750C Shadow 750 Aero 2004-2009, 2011-2016
  • VT750CA Shadow 750 Aero ABS 2008-2016
  • VT750DC Shadow 750 Spirit 2001-2003, 2005-2007


  • VL800 Boulevard C50 2005-2009, 2011-2013
  • VL800 Boulevard C50 B.O.S.S. 2014
  • VL800 Volusia 800 2001-2004
  • VL800C Boulevard C50C 2006-2009, 2011-2012
  • VL800T Boulevard C50T 2005-2009, 2011-2014
  • VZ800 Boulevard M50 2005-2009

Customer Reviews

Let's get ready to "RUUUMMMMBBBBLLLLEE".

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5 stars

By on August 5, 2016

I recently bought my 2013 Suzuki Boulevard and it was truly in showroom condition. The owner even added a windshield and leather saddle bags. It had only 7,000 miles on it and I managed to purchase it for $4,400. I was thrilled when I drove my bike out of his driveway. The ONLY thing missing was that rumble that all of us like in a motorcycle. For any of you that own or have owned a Suzuki (or any Japanese bike for that matter) you know that these bikes come stock with a very passive exhaust system. I spent a good amount of time researching what was available out there and I ran across quite a few. I watched videos, listened to different sounds and finally decided to purchase the Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust System. My son and I spent about 1-1/2 hours removing the existing exhaust and installing my new Slashdown system. When it came time to start the bike, we both hesitated. They look fantastic on the bike but so did the factory installed system that came on it. I was almost afraid to start the bike. I knew what I was looking for and I was afraid that somehow this system was going to let me down. Finally, my son turned the key, pressed the start button and was greeted with a rumble that absolutely blew our minds. We just looked at each other in disbelief. Not only did it sound blew our expectations out of the water (and this was just at an idle). We revved it up and it was heart stopping. Skeptics aren't going to believe this but I've been around motorcycles for much of my life and I know what Harley's sound like...."fantastic" right? Unless you already own a Harley, these pipes will be the best investment you will ever make for your bike.

5 stars
5 stars

Questions & Answers

  • Does this set of pipes have any baffling in them?

    By: Kerry

    Every Cobra Streetrod Slashdown exhaust system comes with baffles installed in the pipes from the factory.

    By: Staff

  • Do the pipes come with all the hardware to install them?

    By: smith

    Yes, absolutely! Everything needed to fit the Cobra exhaust to the motorcycle you select from our drop down menu is indeed included in the box.

    By: Staff

  • Can i remove the buffles

    By: Guest

    Yes, all Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust Systems come with removable baffles.

    By: Staff

  • Does it come with a replacement gasket?

    By: rafael

    Cobra exhausts do not come with exhaust gaskets. Provided the OEM gaskets on your machine are in good condition, you may re-use them when installing this, or any other exhaust that we sell. In most, cases and especially on newer bikes, the exhaust gaskets are usually in pretty good shape and are acceptable for re-use.

    By: Staff

  • Do the pipes come with a jet kit?

    By: Stuart

    Cobra exhausts do not ship with a jet kit. We do have the perfect jet kit to go along with any Cobra exhaust in the form of the Cobra Carburetor Jet Kit. Since they're designed to work with your bike and a Cobra exhaust system, you'll have everything you need to get the most out of this exhaust in one little red box. The included instructions detail very clearly how to go about setting up your carburetor, too - so you can install everything with confidence.

    By: Staff

  • i have a fuel injected c50t bike do i need to purchase a fuel monitoring system when i install this exhaust system??

    By: gary

    The best option we have would be is in the form of Cobra's PowrPro Black fuel controller for the Suzuki C50T. The device continuously adjusts fueling as you ride and you can use an Android or iOS-enabled smart phone to really get it set up to your specific needs. There's even an auto-tune feature that'll help you set up the device without a trip to the dyno.

    By: Staff

  • does this system comewith header ppipes to

    By: jessey

    Cobra's Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust system is a complete replacement for the OEM exhaust pipes from the header all the way back to the muffler(s). You just remove the OEM exhaust system and bolt this in its place. If your machine is equipped with a(n) oxygen sensor(s), the exhaust will come with provisions for fitting the OEM oxygen that on the aftermarket Cobra pipe. Everything you need is included in the box!

    By: Staff

  • If I remove the baffle will this make it louder and if I install this system will I be losing mpg?

    By: Vinny

    Removing the baffles will certainly make any exhaust louder. As far as mileage is concerned, the difference is likely negligible, albeit - there's very little data to support what changes, if any, will occur.

    By: Staff

  • Do these pipes come in black for the Honda shadow spirit 750

    By: Kiefer

    It really depends on what model year Spirit 750 it is that you have. If it the newer VT750C2 Spirit (2007+ model years), yes - Cobra does indeed have the Streetrod Slashdown available in black to fit that bike. For the older VT750DC, unfortunately - they can only be had in chrome.

    By: Staff

  • On a 2014 Honda Shadow will this affect your check engine light

    By: Guest

    No, you shouldn't have to worry about the check engine light coming on with the installation of this exhaust. This is due to the fact that you needn't remove or modify any sensors in order to fit this Honda Shadow exhaust to your machine.

    By: Staff

  • On my 2004 honda shadow aero 750, I've ordered the cobra Street Rod exhaust, also I've just put on kuryakyn hyper charger. Would it be a smart idea to upgrade my carburetor or injectors?

    By: Tuck

    Yes, absolutely! With the addition of a complete Aero Honda 750 exhaust system and the air cleaner kit you've got on there, you'll want to adjust fueling to take advantage of the freer-breathing engine. To do that, Cobra makes the perfect Honda Shadow Aero jet kit for your bike. The included instructions do an excellent job of explaining how to install everything so you can get the best possible throttle response and engine power.

    By: Staff

  • Will these pipes fit a 2011 Yamaha V Star 1300?

    By: Chris

    Unfortunately, Cobra does not produce a set of Streetrod Slashdowns to fit the V-Star 1300. The closest that we have for your bike comes in the form of a V-Star 1300 Yamaha Speedster Slashdown exhaust system from Cobra. About the only cosmetic difference between the Streetrods and the Speedsters is where the mufflers terminate, with the latter being longer. The other, more significant difference is the fact that the Speedsters act more like a two-into-one exhaust thanks to a built-in crossover pipe. Traditionally, 2-into-1 exhausts provide for greater power gains than 2-into-2 pipes. Cobra managed to find a way around that using their proprietary crossover (aka balance) pipes between the two headers so, you get the look of a 2-into-2 design, but the power advantage that comes with a 2-into-1 pipe.

    By: Staff

  • I have a 2008 Suzuki c50 with k&n air filter. Will the Cobra Fi2000R EFI Controller be sufficient for fuel management?

    By: Alex

    Yes, the Fi2000R will be an ideal match for your particular setup. The fuel controller comes pre-set to work with Cobra's full exhaust systems, so it'll be pretty close to ideal right out of the box. The instructions that come with the controller also do an excellent job of explaining how to make adjustments (there are only three dials on the device) based upon things you notice while riding the bike. Best of all, you probably won't need to do much tweaking in order to get the most out of it.

    By: Staff

  • I just purchased this exhaust but need to verify, do these pipes come with bungs to fit a 2012 suzuki boulevard c50t?

    By: Guest

    Yes, Cobra's Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust System for the Suzuki C50T does indeed come with oxygen sensor bungs. In fact, for just about every bike that comes from the factory with O2 sensors, Cobra designs their exhausts to accept the OEM oxygen sensor(s).

    By: Staff

  • How hard is it to take the baffled out any special tool??

    By: Jeremey

    Each baffle is secured in position with a single screw. For most bikes - ones where you needn't remove the heat shield to get at the screws, you can pull them out of the exhaust in less than two minutes.

    By: Staff

  • I have a Suzuki boulevard C50T 2013, can I install by myself the Cobra Streetrod Slashdown Exhaust System? or do I have to do any special modification on the fuel system?

    I mean, if I remove the original exhaust and then install the Cobra pipes, is it all that I have to do?

    By: Carlos

    If you were going from a stock exhaust system to just adding slip-ons, most OEM ECUs can handle the change without adversely affecting engine performance and throttle response. However, when you go to a full system, we highly recommend adjusting fuel delivery to suit. In this way, you can be assured of a proper-running engine that makes good power and the best possible throttle response. For the C50T, we recommend the Power Commander FC to go along with the exhaust. It's easy to install, and very simple to configure for the C50T.

    With those two items combined, you can expect good power and great throttle response when compared to the bike's stock configuration. Plus, with the Power Commander FC, you can adjust fueling without having to take a trip to the dyno.

    By: Staff

  • I have a Honda shadow vlx 600 what carb kit will i need


    Cobra makes the perfect jet kit for your bike. In fact, their jet kits are specifically designed to work with their exhaust systems. Best of all, the included instructions do an excellent job of explaining how to install everything so you can get the best possible throttle response and engine power.

    By: Staff