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Thread: 2014 CVO Road King - Looking for Supertrapp Solution

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    Default 2014 CVO Road King - Looking for Supertrapp Solution

    I am looking to install either a Fullsac or Jackpot header on my new CVO RK - then comes the fun part - the exhaust. I dont want ridiculously loud or ridiculously quiet- somewhere in the middle just above how loud the stock setup is. I like the chrome look with closed end caps. I'm thinking megaphones are the solution. Considering that this will be a free flowing 110 CVO, will the megaphones be a good choice and if so, what is a good starting point for the disk count in each side?

    Thanks in advance!



    P.S. I spent hours last night trying to find the answer to this question in previous posts - no dice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital View Post
    I am looking to install either a Fullsac or Jackpot header on my new CVO RK - then comes the fun part - the exhaust. I dont want ridiculously loud or ridiculously quiet- somewhere in the middle just above how loud the stock setup is. I like the chrome look with closed end caps. I'm thinking megaphones are the solution. Considering that this will be a free flowing 110 CVO, will the megaphones be a good choice and if so, what is a good starting point for the disk count in each side?

    Thanks in advance!



    P.S. I spent hours last night trying to find the answer to this question in previous posts - no dice.
    A better choice would be the FatShots, tunable, same 2" core, great flow, but substantially quieter.

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    So if I did go with the megaphones with my setup, would it me really loud? Could you estimate DB level at idle and 2000-3000 rpms? Thank you.

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    Thanks. I ended up choosing the Supertrapp Stouts for the late models. They should be here on Tuesday. So far my only mod will be the slip ons and I really cannot wait to check it out!

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    I put the Supertrapp Stouts on and like the smooth, non-raspy, deep and powerful sound. Cruising at 70mph I can barely hear them. I'll try to post some videos for you.

    Before (with plugs drilled out):


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