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MAC Staggered Slash Cut Dual 3/4 Exhaust System
- 3/4 exhaust design bolts up to the stock headers, providing simple installation with maximum performance
- Slash-cut two-into-two design with staggered mufflers looks as good as it sounds
- Access to oil filter and drain plug is unimpeded
- Raised exhaust provides improved ground clearance
- Lighter than the stock exhaust
- High luster chrome finish
- Baffles are non-removable
Product Note: Must re-use rear OEM headpipe.
|Baffles Included||Yes, Non-Removable|
|Configuration||2 into 2|
|Header Construction||Chrome Steel|
|Muffler Sleeve||Chrome Steel|
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.
- XV500 Virago 500 1983
- XV700 Virago 700 1984-1985
- XV700C Virago 700 1986-1987
- XV700S Virago 700 1986
- XV750 Virago 750 1981-1983
- XV750M Midnight Virago 750 1983
- XV920 Virago 920 1981-1983
- XV920M Midnight Virago 920 1983
- XV920R 1981-1982
- XV1000 Virago 1000 1984-1985
- XV1100 Virago 1100 1987-1998
- XV1100S Virago 1100 Special 1996-1998
Questions & Answers
Do you need to jet carbs?
Sometimes you can install an exhaust on your bike without having to adjust fueling, but to get the absolute best possible performance, you will want to re-jet your machine to suit. This way, you're assured the bike isn't running too rich/lean and won't fall flat on its face when you grab a handful of throttle. Anytime you change the way air gets into or out of, the motor - you want to re-jet your bike to match those changes. In doing so, you can be assured of maximum engine output and throttle response.
Will I have to rejet?
You may be able to get away with installing this exhaust on its own without adjusting fueling, you may end up with a bike that falls flat on its face when you give it a handful of throttle at speed. It's impossible to say for sure without knowing your bike's exact configuration.
In order to get the most engine power possible and the best throttle response, yes - you'll want to re-jet your bike's carburetors with the installation of this, or any other exhaust we have in our store. This way, you get the most out of your exhaust purchase and a smooth, responsive engine that really roars when you open it up!
What jet kit should I get for max power?
We recommend the Dynojet Carburetor Jet Kit to go along with any MAC exhaust system. The Dynojet instructions do a great job of getting you a baseline carburetor setup from which to work off of. Then, they do an excellent job of explaining how to fine-tune your bike's fueling in order to get the best possible throttle response and engine performance. It's all right there in the box!
Dose this get rid of the big exaust chamber under the bike
So long as the chamber you're referring to is situated behind the rear cylinder's primary header, then yes - that'll be removed upon installation of this exhaust system. Each MAC 3/4 exhaust system replaces the entire front cylinder's header on back and everything behind the rear cylinder's primary header.
how does it hook up to oem header pipe rear cylinder? clamp arrangement?
Yes, that's correct- the rear mid-pipe is attached to the OEM rear cylinder's header via a slip-fit joint that's secured in place using a clamp.