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Christopher in CO
I went from a Cobra slipon to the PowerPro HP 2-into-1. This is defiantly louder, but has a deeper tone than the slipon. I think I'll need to get a quiet baffle for it so I don't upset the neighbors when I leave in the morning. The heat shields leave something to be desired. There is virtually not spacing between the pipe and the "heat shield." I could feel the heat inside my jeans. I can see this being an issue when I wear my Klim pants, I guess only time will tell. If the heat shield was a little better, I would give this 5 stars.Read All Reviews
Jared in Utah
I use to have a Yamaha vstar and I had Vance and Hines pipes on it and loved them so when I bought the warrior I knew I had to have Vance in Hines pipes so I bought these ones and they are still the best pipes out there and they are very easy to install yourself. I would never buy any other kind of pipe again. Loud and clean. Awesome pipes!Read All Reviews
CHRIS in CA
Leo Vince makes good stuff no doubt about it. The SBK stainless steel kit is the one for a '11 KTM 990 ADV. This kit includes the mufflers and new mid pipes. Meaning you have to remove the stock mid pipe. It was necessary to remove the plastic side plates (easy) and the unbolt the sub frame and slide it back an inch or two, not so easy. Be sure to remove the graphite gaskets off the header pipes so new mid pipe the fits the header. The mufflers are well made but not much lighter than the stock. At least the cat elements are out and the mufflers will run much cooler. Everything fit well. Get every thing mounted before thightening thing down. The Leo Vince looks and sounds great but I kind of wish I had purchased the FMF Q mufflers. FMF mounts to the stock mid pipes so much easier install. Additionally, the FMF mufflers are aluminum and much lighter.Read All Reviews