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Thread: V-Twin: SuperTrapp Stout 4" Slip-Ons for Baggers

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    Default SuperTrapp Stout 4" Slip-Ons on 2011 Custom Road Glide

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    Stock vs. SuperTrapp Stouts vs. Kerker Stouts Dyno Chart:

    Bagger Slip-Ons Sound Chart:

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    Last edited by ginap; 08-24-2012 at 10:36 AM.

  2. #12
    HeLL SPaWN Guest



    This video sold me on the stouts.

    I have a 2012 Road King Classic, I am removing the cats from my stock header, will the sound change very much? The sound is awesome right now, but want the heat issue gone.

    SE Heavy Breather
    SE254E cams
    Power Commander 5
    Supertrapp Stouts

  3. #13
    bschultz Guest


    Expect a substatial increase...3-4dbs

  4. #14
    HeLL SPaWN Guest


    Quote Originally Posted by bschultz View Post
    Expect a substatial increase...3-4dbs
    I guess this is a better question. Will the exhaust tone change much if at all? I know it will get louder, I hope not to much louder.
    I had ground pounders on my 2002 fatboy so I had the loudest bike in my neighborhood.

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