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post #1 of 7 Old 09-29-2005, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking for a slip on that will be very loud, I live in the eastern sierras and there are more deer than people here. no lie, and animal strikes are common, I have a 70 442, loud, cummins dodge truck with strait 4 in. ex. loud, and no deer strikes, and my thinking is for all these years I am scaring them off the road, I see road kill all the time and all my friends at work have hit these deer and destroyed their vehicles, just started riding to work on the bike and dont want to do any deer dancing. I wont be racing so I dont want to spend the $$$ for a full system, thanks for the help.
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well unless you can buy a pipe that exits forward of the bike I don't think a loud exhaust will help you out much.

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Without a doubt the loudest and most retarded exhaust out there. It will serve its purpose for you though.

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get the D&D and remove the packing inside....or just run open header/straight pipe....
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get the D&D and remove the packing inside....or just run open header/straight pipe....
Straight pipe, can't be any more noisey than that!

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Wasnt there a pic of that on here somewhere? I used to have a Carbon Fiber D&D it was louder than my Full Akro but check into the others mine wasnt that loud.





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