Vance & Hines Cruzers Exhaust System

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Product Description

Vance & Hines

Vance & Hines Cruzers Exhaust System

The Cruzers are a premium quality system with a sleek look, and a powerful "big bike" sound specifically designed for the smaller displacement metric cruisers. Cruzers feature full length, full coverage 220 degree head pipe heat shields virtually assuring you'll never see blued or discolored head pipes.

Since they are from Vance & Hines, you know they will fit right the first time, and they're made to last for miles. Baffles, mounting hardware and easy-to-understand instructions are included for a hassle-free, perfect fit every time.

Spec Details
Configuration 2 into 2
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.


  • VT600C Shadow 600 VLX 1998-2007
  • VT750C2 Shadow 750 Spirit 2007-2014
  • VT750C Shadow 750 A.C.E. 1998-2001
  • VT750C Shadow 750 Aero 2004-2009, 2011-2015
  • VT750DC Shadow 750 Spirit 2001-2003, 2005-2007
  • VTX1300C 2003-2009
  • VTX1300R 2005-2009
  • VTX1300S 2003-2007


  • VN700A Vulcan 700 1985
  • VN750A Vulcan 750 1986-2004


  • VL800 Boulevard C50 2005-2008
  • VL800 Volusia 800 2001-2004
  • VL800C Boulevard C50C 2006-2008
  • VL800T Boulevard C50T 2005-2008
  • VZ800 Boulevard M50 2005-2008
  • VZ800 Marauder 800 1999-2004

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • If putting these on 2009 Honda Aero would carbs have to be re-jetted?

    By: Guest

    While it's not required, it's certainly recommended that you re-jet your bike with the installation of anything that changes the way gets air into, or out of the engine. In the case of the VT750 Shadow Aero, we have a Dynojet Carburetor Jet Kit that goes perfectly well with the Vance & Hines Cruzers exhaust system. Everything you need to get the Aero running with the best possible engine performance and throttle response is included in the kit. Without adjusting fueling, you'll find the bike tends to stumble whenever you open the throttle up and it'll feel like it hesitates or misfires at cruising speed. A jet kit solves all of those problems.

    By: Staff

  • with no filter change is it necessary to reject

    By: Steven

    When going to a full exhaust system on a bike that's currently fitted with a stock exhaust, you should certainly re-jet your carburetor to make up for the changes in the way air gets through the engine. Without making any changes, you'll find the engine won't respond very well to certain power settings or it will stumble for seemingly no reason as you're cruising along at a steady speed, among other things.

    To mitigate this, we have a massive variety of jet kits to go with this particular exhaust in the form of Dynojet Carburetor Jet Kits. Each jet kit comes with easy-to-follow instructions that clearly explain how to get your bike set up to work with just about any exhaust system out there, including the Vance & Hines Cruzers exhaust.

    By matching that exhaust with a proper jet kit, you can expect the best possible throttle response and engine performance.

    By: Staff

  • It says it will fit the 06 Suzuki Boulevard c50, but will it fit the s50?

    By: Eric

    At this time, none of our vendors produce a full exhaust system to fit your machine. We do have a 2006 Suzuki S50 slip-on muffler to fit that bike in the form of a Vance & Hines Classic II Slip-On Exhaust. It's the only option available to fit that bike.

    By: Staff

  • Will this exhaust fit a 2001 honda shadow 600

    By: Guest

    Yes, we do have a full exhaust system for the 2001 Honda Shadow VLX600. Just choose your bike from our fit guide, and we'll get the proper Shadow 600 full exhaust system shipped to you, fast!

    By: Staff

  • do i need to do anything with my 2014 honda spirit fuel injecton?

    By: tony

    While the bike will probably run fine without any fuel adjustment, if you want to get the biggest possible power gain and the best throttle response, we always recommend that you install a fuel tuner. This is due to the fact that, compared to the stock exhaust, the Vance & Hines system will cause the bike to run lean, which in turn, may not give you the best power for your dollar, literally.

    For this particular machine, we recommend a Cobra Fi2000R Fuel Controller. It's simple to install and easy to adjust. Best of all, you don't need a computer to make the adjustments. The included instructions do an excellent job of explaining how to set up the device and tune it for your exact needs.

    By: Staff