seen them as low as $75(chrome tho) I think the highest I've seen for stockers is 200.00. Basically it's worth what someone will pay. If you aren't in a pinch and have room to keep them nice alot of people like to buy a stock bike when you get ready to sell. You never know all you can do is put them out there and see. There usually isn't alot of call for stock pipes so don't get discouraged if it takes a little time to sell.
I also vote to keep them , as Ol'Yella mentioned it's nice to have the stock ones in good shape if you decide to sell or trade some day , it would likely be easier to sell the V&H used and put the stock ones back on when / if that time comes.
Thats why I chose not to debaffle my stock pipes and just get a set of V&H so I have a perfect set of unmolested stock pipes for it.
I had to make an emergency stop the other day on my 900 (accident avoided), but encountered something unusual. When I pulled in the clutch lever and applied the front brake simultanously, the throttle seemed to freeze with the engine revved up (to around 3-4K) as I braked to a stop. I had just...
I have the a stock 12' head light in v900 classic.
What is the next legal, but better HEADlight bulb upgrade ( just the camry verson, not the ferrari version) thats great for during the day or night?
Also, is the labor hard, what does it intail?
thanks to all!
I have a Clymers manual but the only adjustment covered is the free-play gap of the clutch lever itself. I did that.
The way my clutch works, when I'm starting from a dead stop, I have to release the clutch lever almost all the way out for the clutch to begin engaging (friction)...
So with a look into the pipes on my '08 it looks like the previous owner removed the outer or last baffle. So if that's the case should I also mod the air filter / air box to kind of balance it out? Does K&N make a filter for the VN900?
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