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Baron's Hack N' Slash Exhaust

Anyone here installed the Baron's Hack N' Slash exhaust? I've been thinking about getting it since it's much cheaper than a full kit. The reviews for it on Amazon are high and all the comments are positive. Although, I think I've seen only 1 video on Youtube of them.

So, if anyone has experience with these slip-ons, let me know! If you have a video, please share it!

I also intend to get the K&N air filter. Undecided if I want to get a fuel processor at this point I think I may see how the filter and pipes work first before dropping some green on a processor.
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I have the hack n slash on mine.Did not need a fuel processor with just the exhaust.I installed a hypercharger and needed the processor.The Barons exhaust is loud and has a deep sound .
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Thanks for the video! They sound good.

I'm sort of hesitant atm on getting any aftermarket exhaust since I work evenings. I don't want to become the neighborhood nuisance. Although, no one has complained about my '87 Chevy truck with long tube headers and glasspacks.

I've got a few days before my tax refund comes in to think about it.

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Thanks for the video! They sound good.

I'm sort of hesitant atm on getting any aftermarket exhaust since I work evenings. I don't want to become the neighborhood nuisance. Although, no one has complained about my '87 Chevy truck with long tube headers and glasspacks.

I've got a few days before my tax refund comes in to think about it.

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Till the the first week of Dec. i worked second shift. So i would go through my neighborhood in third gear at about 30mph.The pipes are not really loud till you really get on it.
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Just bought the pipes and k&n air filter. They should be in next week sometime, which is good, because the weather is supposed to be nice then.
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Just bought the pipes and k&n air filter. They should be in next week sometime, which is good, because the weather is supposed to be nice then.
You will likely need a fuel processor when changing both intake and exhaust. Be sure to check you spark plugs after a fairly short ride. Running too lean for an extended period can do a lot of engine damage.

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Just bought the pipes and k&n air filter. They should be in next week sometime, which is good, because the weather is supposed to be nice then.
You will likely need a fuel processor when changing both intake and exhaust. Be sure to check you spark plugs after a fairly short ride. Running too lean for an extended period can do a lot of engine damage.

Others may want to comment.

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I'm just replacing the air filter and mufflers, not the whole intake and exhaust. Bike should be ok.
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I just finished installing the mufflers about 10 minutes ago! No sound test until I get up later.

Here's the finished product: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7i...ew?usp=sharing
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