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True dual exhaust for Kingpins

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  1. NOEMTZ

    NOEMTZ Well-Known Member

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  2. kwhancock

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    Only one problem with the pipes. They're made by HackerPipes. Try going to the Kingpin Cruisers web site and see how Ronnie handles customers that have problems with his pipes. I'll give a hint. His customer service skills leave something to be desired.
     
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    Exactlyodo kw.Except you will no longersee any of the posts he's speaking of because the site owner deleted all of them. There's a lot of "conflict of interests" going on on that site. Turns out the site owner sells HackerPipes. Hmmm.
     
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    Thats a Shame!
     
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    agreed I saw the posts from Ronnie. If I bought something from a vendor and had problems that weren't resolved properly i'd voice off as well. Right or wrong everyone has a right to state their claims. To have a vendor tell a customer to more or less 'f' off is just plain wrong.
    As much as I'd like to get these pipes there's not a chance that I'll ever send my money to hackerpipes.
     
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    Are these different than the RPW True Duals? I think they are. No?
     
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    I think they are different. Can't say enough good things about the RPW True Duals.
     
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    True dual install I was looking to upgrade to the rpw true dual exhaust. How do they install on the left side? Does anyone have any install pictures of the brackets as the pipes are being installed? Looks like the pipes would not be sopported very well because of their length. Would I need to modify the frame? Do I have to upgrade anything else on an 04 kingpin as far as air filter, fuel mapping, etc for these pipes to work properly? Any answers would be greatly appreciated. If not this setup, I'm also interested in the slash or swept pipes. Any setup that will allow me to remove the rear wheel without having to take the exhaust off would be better. Thanks, Mike
     
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    I have the S&S air cleaner, work great together. No extra support is needed. I don't have any pictures during the install but have taken a bunch since for people. Will post a few of the left side. Let me know if you want any more.
     
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    Thanks, looks great. Mike
     
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    I can't get to the RPW site anymore. Are they still in business? I'm interested in their true duals also. Would like to know how difficult they are to install as I will do it myself.
     
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    My dealer installed mine. Couldn't believe how quick they did it. I know some of the vendors on THEVMC are RPW dealers, may want to find out who and go from there.
     
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    Did you have to relocate or just eliminate the breather hose? Thanks, Mike
     
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    Check my dual exhaust on my kingpin https://www.thevog.net/Bikerz/video/my-victory-kingpin-low-customized/
     

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