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post #1 of 51 (permalink) Old 08-25-2016, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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New Exhaust from Delkevic?

I've been looking up exhausts and going back and forth on a few when I noticed this one show up on Delkevic's site; but I haven't seen this style before.

Has anyone seen this or have any audio of it? The price is right:

Full System to fit Vulcan S EN650A (2015-2016) with 21" Round Stainless 3.14" O.D. Custom Silencer and Stainless Steel 2-1 Headers
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It looks good I could be tempted on this myself only drama would be I would like one blacked out.


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I thought the exact same, however, this is also the least expensive exhaust I have seen yet and I like this style over others - it has the more traditional cruiser look. I'm also leery of other options being way too loud, but this one with a 21" baffle is tempting.
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WOW! That is nice...love how it hangs and goes back to the center of the rear wheel.

I just sent them an email to see if it comes in Black or Flat Black and for a Decibel Rating to see how loud it is...but for the price it just might be worth taking a chance on.

If it does come in Flat Black to match my Vulcan S I will definitely breakout the "Plastic" and order it right then and there.

Wonder how much it would cost to have it Powder Coated in Flat Black?

Thanks for finding and posting this...love it....

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I don't know what the cost difference is, but for exhaust pipes they would have to be ceramic coated vs powder coated.

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I just sent off for 2 price quotes locally for ceramic coating, I'll report back and I find.

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I called Delkevic, they do not offer anything in Black, they don't powder or ceramic coat there pipes they are all offered in only Stainless. The black options they do have on other exhausts are for the can's that they have carbon fiber for.

Still nothing on a quote from a local coating company.
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Rear stand on bobbins might be a problem depending which one you use.
I wonder how much the pipe stands out width wise. You might be able to sneak the stand in between frame and pipe.
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good point, and KommenRider just posted in the other exhaust post after installing this so that would be good feedback to get.
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They do have a version that is shorter that I think looks similar.
http://www.delkevic.co.uk/index.php?...es&SKU=COM380G


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I have checked with Delkevic here in Aust and I believe they will have the longer one (only one I asked about ) on the Australian site soon.


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