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Vance & Hines Twin Slash Staggered Exhaust System
Designed specifically for the middleweight metric cruiser segment, Twin Slash Staggered combine a host of features in a great looking exhaust system at an unbeatable value.
Twin Slash Staggered come encased with full-length heat shields over the head pipes and mufflers to conceal heat discoloration, and are available in either chrome or matte black ceramic. Sporting the signature Vance & Hines twin slash end treatment, the versatile oversized mufflers of Twin Slash Staggered can be refitted with two different optional baffle cores.
Signature twin slash end treatment
Full coverage heat shields
Optional quiet and competition baffles available (sold separately)
Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return
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.
VN900B Vulcan 900 Classic 2006-2016
VN900C Vulcan 900 Custom 2013-2016
VN900D Vulcan 900 Classic LT 2013-2016
VL800 Boulevard C50 2005-2009
VZ800 Boulevard M50 2005-2009
XVS1300C Stryker 2011-2015
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Questions & Answers
I have a 2011 Yamaha Stryker, does this exhaust come in chrome?
By: brian f
In the case of the Stryker, Vance & Hines only builds that exhaust in a black finish. The closest thing I could find in terms of looks to fit your bike would be the Cobra Speedster Slashdown exhaust system.
Does this exhaust come with both street and competition baffles?
Vance & Hines Twin Slash Staggered exhausts system ships with standard Vance & Hines baffles. Should you need a set of Vance & Hines quiet baffles or Vance & Hines Competition baffles, simply contact our customer service team to be sure you get the right baffles for your needs.
are the standard baffles loud?
The standard baffles that comes with the Vance & Hines Twin Slash exhausts are certainly a lot louder than stock. Whether or not that qualifies as loud enough for you is hard to say. If you were to install the exhaust and find that it's still not loud enough, you could try running the bike without 'em in if you wanted the maximum sound level possible. Albeit, the bike would require some tuning in order to get it to run correctly in that configuration.