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vehicles listed below.
XL50 50th Anniversary Sportster 2007
XL883 Sportster 883 2004-2008
XL883C Sportster 883 Custom 2004-2009
XL883L Sportster 883 Low 2005-2010
XL883L Sportster SuperLow 2011-2013
XL883N Sportster Iron 883 2009-2013
XL883R Sportster 883R 2004-2007
XL1200C Sportster 1200 Custom 2004-2013
XL1200L Sportster 1200 Low 2006-2011
XL1200N Sportster 1200 Nightster 2007-2012
XL1200R Sportster 1200 Roadster 2004-2008
XL1200V Sportster Seventy-Two 2012-2013
XL1200X Sportster Forty-Eight 2010-2013
Chief Classic 2014
Chief Vintage 2014
Scout Sixty 2017-2018
Bassani Slash Cuts
out of 5
on July 16, 2018
Package delivered and my Bassani slip-ons fit perfect. The sound is deep but not overly loud. Installation was simple and am more than happy with my purchase.
Questions & Answers
Saturday I purchased a 2017 Heritage and the pipes suck. I traded in my softail deuce that had vance and hines on them and I LOVED them. What I want to ask is if any modifications need to be done to my bike/motor, etc to install slipons to my new baby?
By: Edsel C.
Generally, with slip-ons - there's not much else that needs to be done in terms of fuel delivery. Unless you spend most of your time riding up in the mountains, the OEM ECU has enough data available to compensate for the new exhaust. That said, however, you will find that since the catalytic converters are part of the headers, and not the mufflers, you may not get as much sound out of the mufflers as you want. If you want the type of sound that was on the Deuce (and it had a full exhaust), you may be a little disappointed with the sound that comes from these or any other slip-ons we sell. If that were the case, no problem really - you could keep the mufflers and add whichever headers you prefer as we have a couple different options to choose from.
Of course, once you go with a full exhaust system - you will need to update fuel delivery with an FP3 fuel tuner since the ECU doesn't have enough adjustment to make up for that big of a change in fueling requirements. Installation and set up of that device is quick and easy - you only need a smart phone to configure it to your bike's needs and you're done.