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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-13-2016, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
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New 2016 FJR is great EXCEPT ....

It's too **** quite! After 7500 miles I'm missing the rumble of my Triump Tiger 1050.

I'm in the market for muffler upgrade. What are you using?

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Delkevic 18 inch oval......not too loud just the right amount of evil
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Holeshot....or put the icing on top, and get the Holeshot Ceramic Coated headers to match.

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Delkevic 18 inch oval......not too loud just the right amount of evil
Same here, and love them....especially for the $$$

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Another Delkevic guy. Can't beat the price, the finish is top shelf, and they sound excellent. I think I went with the 17" tri-oval. They have removable baffles. I leave them out 95% of the time.
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Delkevic 17" tri-oval for me too. Baffles out

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Delkevic is the way to go when taking everything into account such as value and quality. Also, from first hand experience, their customer service is as good as it gets.

Forum member Smokin Joe started a thread about them way back and it is filled with high praises. Do a forum search and it should pop up.

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Yup, can't give 'em enough praise. I got another set last fall, a set of 14" stainless steel slash cuts that were produced at my request for a trial run. Dunno if there are any left but I like "em ALOT !

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Delkevic is the way to go when taking everything into account such as value and quality. Also, from first hand experience, their customer service is as good as it gets.

Forum member Smokin Joe started a thread about them way back and it is filled with high praises. Do a forum search and it should pop up.

3FJRs 3different delkevic exhausts is the comparison on U tube. Although those are my previous 17" tri oval carbon fiber pipes.

LIFE IS LIKE RIDING A BIKE, TO STAY BALANCED YOU HAVE TO KEEP MOVING FORWARD............EINSTEIN
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