Overview of Vance & Hines Twin Slash Slip-Ons - 18371
(1) Right muffler
(1) Left muffler
(4) Dog bone single-hole nut plates
(4) 5/16-18 x 1-1/2 in. Hexhead bolts
(4) 5/16 Flat washers
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Note: Installation of a new exhaust system may change your motorcycles fuel-air mixture requirements. Please consult the manufacturer directly with questions regarding any modifications that may need to be made during, or after installing their product. If a jet kit or EFI controller is recommended please see the Intake/Fuel section for products available
Note: Exhaust discoloration (bluing) is caused by engine conditions such as cam timing, fuel-air mixture, operating temperature, etc. It is not the result of defective manufacturing; therefore it is not covered by any warranty. See the Chems/Lubes section for products to help remove or prevent exhaust discoloration
The Air Resources Board (ARB) does not permit the use of aftermarket emission-related parts that alter the air/fuel ratio of an emission-controlled vehicle. Due to these legal restrictions this part cannot be shipped to California.
Cross reference number(s):18112279
Specs for Vance & Hines Twin Slash Slip-Ons - 18371
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Fitment for Vance & Hines Twin Slash Slip-Ons - 18371See if this part fits your ride
Part 4405605 fits the following machines
- 2012 Kawasaki VN1700A Vulcan Voyager
- 2011 Kawasaki VN1700A Vulcan Voyager
- 2010 Kawasaki VN1700A Vulcan Voyager
- 2009 Kawasaki VN1700A Vulcan Voyager
- 2012 Kawasaki VN1700B Vulcan Voyager ABS
- 2011 Kawasaki VN1700B Vulcan Voyager ABS
- 2010 Kawasaki VN1700B Vulcan Voyager ABS
- 2009 Kawasaki VN1700B Vulcan Voyager ABS
- 2012 Kawasaki VN1700C Vulcan Nomad
- 2011 Kawasaki VN1700C Vulcan Nomad
- 2010 Kawasaki VN1700C Vulcan Nomad
- 2009 Kawasaki VN1700C Vulcan Nomad
- 2012 Kawasaki VN1700J Vulcan Vaquero
- 2011 Kawasaki VN1700J Vulcan Vaquero
The stock pipes were easy to get off
The V&H pipes were a perfect fit.
The V&H pipes DO NOT have a collar (as do the stock pipes) that helps seal the pipe to the head pipe. So, some leakage...
If you want to mod the pipes...
Take off the two hex bolts that hold the baffle to the muffler.
Note there are two holes above the baffle that you can use to yank the baffles out.. if they are stuck
Don't use pliers or vise grips, you will scratch the chrome - use a slide hammer ($20) or use a hook to pulll the baffles if they are stuck. (They will most likely be stuck at the front end; not the back)
I removed the fiberglass packing around the baffle to make it louder.
Save the packing if you want to ever replace it.
The original fiberglass packing is held on with tape (that will melt)
If you want to replace the packing later, use a thin copper wire to secure the packing around the baffle.
My bike runs fine (with packing, without packing, no baffles) without any other changes.
That is, no changes to air cleaner, or any other fuel management.
(The V&H box will try to tell you that you need fuel management. If all you want is a louder bike, none of that is necessary - you don't need to change anything other than the pipes to V&H)
All in all.. happy
They are exactly what I was hoping for. Not too loud at a steady speed but ample rumble on acceleration to let others know you are there. My wife likes them since she can still hear the stereo at highway speeds.
Good service and a great price = return customer.
2 months ago
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