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vehicles listed below.
VT700C Shadow 700 1984-1987
VT750C Shadow 750 1983
VT750C Shadow 750 A.C.E. 1998-2001
VT1100C2 Shadow 1100 A.C.E. 1995-1999
VT1100C Shadow 1100 1985-1986
VN800A Vulcan 800 1995-2003
VN1500A Vulcan 88 1987-1995
VN1500A Vulcan 1500 1996-1999
VN1500B Vulcan 88 SE 1987-1990
VN1500C Vulcan 1500 L 1996-1997
VN1500D Vulcan 1500 Classic 1996-1997
VN1500E Vulcan 1500 Classic 1998-2003
VL1500 Intruder 1500 1998-2004
VS700GLEF Intruder 700 1987
VS700GLEP Intruder 700 1987
VS700GLF Intruder 700 1987
VS700GLP Intruder 700 1987
VS750GLP Intruder 750 1988-1991
VS800GL Intruder 800 1992-1994
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 2004-2007
XV1700AM Road Star 1700 Midnight 2004-2007
XV1700AT Road Star 1700 Silverado 2004-2007
XV1700ATM Road Star 1700 Midnight Silverado 2004-2007
XVS650 V-Star 650 Midnight Custom 2005-2010
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Questions & Answers
What is the sound difference between these and the stock exhaust?
By: Alex lucero
Sound, being rather subjective - is hard to describe precisely. I can tell you that, once installed - MAC exhausts are certainly louder than the OEM exhaust system. The Slash Cut Duals, in particular - have a sharp edge to them that'll certainly get attention wherever you go.
Closer to a Harley sound?
How close sounding are these to a Harley compared to the original
The Harley potato-potato-potato sound you're referring to is the result of the bike's classic firing order. Both connecting rods in the engine share the same crank pin and the cylinders are set at a rather narrow angle. All of the bikes for which we have this exhaust listed to fit use, at the very least - a wider V-angle of the cylinders and in some cases, pistons that are attached to separate crank pins. So, while the sound won't be exactly the same - you'll certainly hear more of the engine's note from idle, all the way up to full speed, when compared to the stock exhaust system's sound on your bike.