Cobra Speedster Swept Exhaust System

Item Number: 326501

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Product Description


Cobra Speedster Swept Exhaust System

The curves on the road are nothing compared to what Cobra is seeing in some of the latest cruisers...and exactly why not just any pipe design will do. Enter the Speedster Swept. A real work of metallurgical art, the sweeping lines of these pipes are truly breathtaking, but that's only the beginning of what's packed into them. Like Cobra's flagship Speedsters, the Swepts also include Cobra's PowerPort, which gives you 2:1 power while maintaining the great 2:2 look.

The Swepts are then given full-length, triple-layer chrome 2.5-inch heat shields covering 1.75-inch head pipes. And of course they have Cobra's Limited Lifetime Warranty (black finish excluded), To say Cobra outdid themselves on these beauties is a real understatement.

  • 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

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

  • FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic 2007-2011
  • FLSTF Softail Fat Boy 2007-2011
  • FLSTFB Softail Fat Boy Lo 2010-2011
  • FLSTN Softail Deluxe 2007-2011
  • FLSTSB Softail Cross Bones 2008-2011
  • FLSTSC Softail Springer Classic 2007
  • FXS Softail Blackline 2011
  • FXST Softail Standard 2007
  • FXSTB Softail Night Train 2007-2009
  • FXSTC Softail Custom 2007-2010
  • FXSTD Softail Deuce 2007


  • VT1300CR Stateline 2010-2016
  • VT1300CRA Stateline ABS 2010-2016
  • VT1300CS Sabre 2010-2014
  • VT1300CX Fury 2010-2017
  • VT1300CXA Fury ABS 2010-2017
  • VTX1300C 2004-2009


  • VN900B Vulcan 900 Classic 2006-2017
  • VN900C Vulcan 900 Custom 2007-2017
  • VN900D Vulcan 900 Classic LT 2006-2017


  • VZ1500 Boulevard M90 2009
  • VZR1800 Boulevard M109R 2006-2009, 2011-2014
  • VZR1800N Boulevard M109R2 2006-2009
  • VZR1800Z Boulevard M109R Limited 2006-2009, 2011-2013


  • XV1600A Road Star 1600 1999-2003
  • XV1600AL Road Star 1600 Limited Edition 2003
  • XV1600AS Road Star 1600 MM 1999-2000
  • XV1600AS Road Star 1600 Midnight Star 2001-2003
  • XV1600AT Road Star 1600 Silverado 1999-2003
  • XV1700A Road Star 1700 2004-2009
  • XV1700AM Road Star 1700 Midnight 2004-2007
  • XV1700AS Road Star 1700 S 2008-2011
  • XV1700AT Road Star 1700 Silverado 2004-2010
  • XV1700ATM Road Star 1700 Midnight Silverado 2004-2007
  • XV1700ATS Road Star 1700 Silverado S 2008-2011
  • XV1700PC Road Star Midnight Warrior 2006-2009
  • XV1700PC Road Star Warrior 2002-2009
  • XV1900C Raider 2008-2016
  • XV1900C Raider SCL 2012-2014
  • XV1900CF Raider Bullet Cowl 2015
  • XV1900CS Raider S 2008-2015
  • XVS1300A V-Star 1300 2007-2009, 2011-2014
  • XVS1300C Stryker 2011-2017
  • XVS1300CFG Stryker Bullet Cowl 2015-2016
  • XVS1300CT V-Star 1300 Tourer 2007-2014
  • XVS1300CTF V-Star 1300 Deluxe 2013-2014

Customer Reviews

Happy Biker

out of 5
5 stars

By on August 26, 2016

My wife purchased a set of Cobra Speedster Swept Exhaust system for my 2011 Suzuki M109R and Parts Giant has exceeded all of our purchasing expectations. The price for the exhaust system was the cheapest I found for a Cobra product. The exhaust system was delivered reasonable fast and I couldn't be any happier with the way my bike looks and sounds! Thanks Parts Giant!

5 stars
5 stars

Questions & Answers

  • Will I need to rejet my carb with these swept pipes?

    By: Frank

    While you can probably get away with installing this exhaust by itself, to get the best possible throttle response and engine performance, it's always best to get some sort of fueling modification device. Basically, any time you change the way air gets into or out of, the motor, you'll want to adjust fueling appropriately to maximize any performance gains available from the new setup.

    Simply search our store for the appropriate Cobra or Dynojet jet kit to fit your needs.

    By: Staff

  • Does this include the mounting bracket?

    By: jh

    Yes, all Cobra exhausts ship with a complete set of mounting hardware and easy-to-follow instructions. All required hardware can be found in the box along with the exhaust.

    By: Staff

  • Does it come in black?

    By: Guest

    Yes, Cobra Speedster Swept exhausts systems are available in chrome or black for most motorcycles.

    By: Staff

  • Do these come with new gaskets?

    By: Russ

    No, Cobra does not include exhaust valve gaskets and the rest of the exhaust is slip-fit together. There's no need for any gaskets within the exhaust itself since thermal expansion does an excellent job of prevent exhaust gasket leakage. More often than not, you can re-use the OEM exhaust gaskets if they're in good condition.

    By: Staff

  • I have a 2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 900. Whats the part number for the passenger peg relocation bracket?

    By: Edwin

    Cobra's Speedster Swept Exhaust System for the 2003 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic actually comes with a passenger relocation bracket in the box. There's no need to purchase any additional hardware to install this kit on your bike.

    By: Staff

  • is a passenger peg relocation kit required on 2009 Vulcan 900 classic and if so what is part number or is it included?

    By: JV

    Yes, the passenger footpeg relocation is included with this 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Cobra exhaust system. There's no need to purchase any additional parts to fit this to your machine.

    By: Staff

  • do i need a passenger relocation kit for 2005 vtx1300c?

    i currently have kuryakyn wing foot pegs for passenger can i retain these?

    By: cjw

    Without having the bike here to examine, it's impossible to say for sure whether or not this Cobra exhaust would suit your needs. If you still have the OEM passenger footpegs, your best bet would be to mount the right side peg and then see how low it sits compared to the Kuryakyn passenger floorboards you have on your bike. If the heights between the two are equal, or the aftermarket passenger peg sits higher than the OEM unit, then you should have no problem putting this exhaust on your bike.

    The good news is that this particular exhaust does not require a passenger footpeg relocation bracket to fit the 2005 Honda VTX1300C with the OEM passenger footpegs still installed.

    By: Staff

  • Do I need passenger peg relocation for 2008 raider?

    By: Guest

    No, you don't need to purchase any additional hardware in order to install Cobra floorboards for the 2008 Yamaha Raider. That's the beauty of all Cobra floorboards, everything you need is in one box along with easy-to-follow instructions for a quick, simple installation with no special tools or special parts required.

    By: Staff

  • Do I need the relocation foot peg bracket for a stock 2006 VTX 1300 C?

    By: Mike D

    There's no need to purchase a separate relocation bracket to fit this exhaust to your particular machine so long as you still have the OEM passenger footpegs on there. As you say your machine is completely stock, you shouldn't have any problems fitting this system. All you'll need is an evening in the garage to get it done.

    By: Staff

  • Is this a straight pipe or are there mufflers in the pipes?

    By: Guest

    All Cobra Speedstar Swept exhaust systems come with removable baffles in each pipe. Should the sound not be loud enough for your tastes, it only takes a few minutes to pull the Cobra exhaust baffles out from each pipe.

    By: Staff

  • how many baffles are in each pipe?

    By: jv

    There is a single baffle in each pipe. That is to say, as these are dual exhausts, there are two baffles included within the kit. These baffles are easily installed or removed as they're affixed with a single screw.

    By: Staff

  • Di I need to adjust the carburetor jet fuel if I replace the exhaust pipe

    By: John t

    Yes, whenever you add an aftermarket exhaust system to your bike, you should certainly re-jet the carburator. In this way, you can be assured the best possible throttle response and engine power output. For Cobra exhausts, we recommend a Cobra Carburetor Jet Kit as they're specifically developed to work with Cobra exhaust components.

    By: Staff

  • Do these exhaust have the 02 sensor bung ?

    By: mglii

    If your machine was originally equipped with oxygen sensors from the factory, then yes - this Cobra exhaust would include a provision for fitting those in roughly the same position as the stock exhaust.

    By: Staff

  • I have 2011 Stryker with Kuryakyn passenger floorboards. Will I need to buy a new mounting bracket

    By: Mike

    Probably not - so long as the floorboards aren't fixed any lower than the stock footpegs. Basically, if you were to take a straight line out from the bottom of the Stryker's footpeg mount on the frame and the floorboard doesn't sit any lower than that, you won't have any problems fitting the exhaust. You will find that, at least to install the exhaust, you'll need to loosen the footpeg's bracket and/or remove the entire assembly in order to make way for the Yamaha Stryker Cobra exhaust system.

    By: Staff

  • Will I. Have to move foot peg on 91 fxstc

    By: Pj

    Yes, you would be required to move the passenger footpeg brackets in order to install the FXSTC Cobra Speedster exhaust system. We have a complete Drag Specialties Softail Custom Passenger Footpeg Relocation Kit that'll do the job perfectly.

    By: Staff

  • Do i need the passenger foot peg relocation bracket for a 2014 Raider scl? Also if so can you give the item number and where i can find it. Also can you tell me what power commander and jet kit i will need to make the exhaust run at its full potential. I will also be adding a air intake kit. Just want to buy everything i need for top performance. A complete list of parts would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

    By: James

    No, there's no requirement to remove the passenger footpeg in order to install this exhaust on your machine.

    As far as fuel delivery modification is concerned, we (and Cobra, naturally), recommend the Cobra Fi2000R Closed-Loop Fuel Controller. It comes right out of the box configured to work with a Cobra exhaust system and can easily be configured to account for an air intake kit as well. The included instructions for both item do an excellent job of explaining everything needed to install and configure your bike to work together.

    By: Staff

  • I have a 2013 suzuki m90. For the cobra swept what would be the best fuel management to add, fi2000, power commander etc?

    By: Jerry

    In the case of the 2013 Suzuki M90, your best bet would be a Power Commander V since Cobra does not offer an Fi2000 system to fit that bike. Of course, you'll want to take your bike to a competent dyno tuner to get the best possible throttle response and engine power output or add a Dynojet Power Commander V Autotune Kit with Single O2 Sensor to your order. With that last item, you'll be able to tune your bike for all riding conditions and won't be required to visit a dyno operator.

    By: Staff

  • I have a 2010 honda sabre. Would I need to get a power commander for these pipes even with the baffles in them?

    By: David

    Your bike will most likely run well enough upon the installation of this exhaust without modifying fuel delivery. Albeit, things like environment in which you ride and fuel quality being factors, it's impossible to say whether or not you'll notice any difference in performance. Most certainly, the bike will be louder! Though, in the case of a full exhaust system, we (and Cobra, naturally) recommend that fuel delivery be adjusted to suit the improvement in exhaust flow. In this way, you can be sure to get the best possible power gain, and more noticeable - excellent throttle response. This is due to the fact that Sabre's ECU may not be able to completely compensate for the difference.

    For your particular machine, the Cobra Fi2000R is an excellent choice; it's easy to install and comes pre-set to work with Cobra's full exhaust system. And, the included instructions do an excellent job of explaining exactly how to adjust the device for the best performance possible. Still, you should be able to install the exhaust alone and ride the bike to understand if there are any flaws in fuel delivery without the worry of harming anything. So if you wish, just go with the exhaust for starters, see if you like the way the bike rides, and if you feel it needs to be improved, you can add the Fi2000R later on.

    By: Staff

  • Are pipes separate or are the connected

    By: Ron S.

    All Cobra Swept exhausts have the look of a two-into-two design, but there's at least one balance pipe installed between each header. Cobra refers to this as their PowerPort design. The idea behind the PowerPort system is to optimize backpressure between each pipe so as to allow for more power output since, truly, two-into-one exhausts produce more power than dual pipes of similar length for the same bike. The PowerPort design allows for the look of a true dual exhaust, while retaining much of the performance advantage that comes with a two-into-one design.

    By: Staff

  • Do I need a fuel management system if only installing the exhaust?

    Earlier I asked what fuel management would be best recommend for a 2013 suzuki boulevard m90 but have recently been told that since my bike has the O2 sensors, all I would need is an O2 eliminator and fuel management is not needed. I see similar questions have been answered already but I am confused on whether this is bike specific or in general it is recommended to get fuel management but not necessary with new pipes?

    By: Jerry

    The fuel management system may not be required, but that really depends on how well the bike runs after you've installed the exhaust. Since it's fuel-injected, after you install the exhaust, a thirty minute ride around town isn't going to hurt it. From that first ride, you should have a pretty good idea as to whether or not you need to adjust fuel delivery. If the bike feels like it's missing at a steady throttle or it stumbles when adjusting the throttle, that's a good sign you'll need to have fuel delivery modified. An O2 sensor may help solve those problems, but again - treat it the same way as you did upon initial installation of the exhaust: go for a ride and see if that makes any improvement to power delivery and throttle response. If that takes care of it, great - no more parts to buy! However, if that doesn't take care of the problem, then you'll need a Power Commander V and the requisite trip to the dyno since there's simply no substitute for a good custom map with the help of a competent dyno tuner.

    By: Staff

  • What is the average horsepower gain on 2010 Fury 1300cc, from stock pipes?

    By: tom

    Unfortunately, Cobra doesn't provide any horsepower numbers for any of their exhaust systems. No matter what you do, however, you'll need to adjust fuel delivery with something like an Fi2000R Fuel Controller, in order to obtain the biggest possible power gains. This is due to the fact that, when the engine breathes more freely, you'll want to adjust fueling to suit so as to take the biggest advantage of the new exhaust.

    By: Staff