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I picked up my new 07 AW yesterday and went for a short ride today. While out a guy on a road king was telling me about his 02 vrod and that he had a set of SE he would sell me for 100$. He had taken them off to put on some jokers he said. Said they were in great condition with no marks. Now i want a little louder pipes with a more rumble. Would these pipes or slip ons accomplish that? Also on HD website they say they fit only R and D models, would they work on my AW?
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quadfuzz2 said:
I would suggest researching further.I have researched quite a bit (online, 3Harley dealerships and 2 aftermarket dealers) I also have a new 07 AW and was told that the SE slip ons will only work on the 07 Streetrod & 07 Nightrod.
I believe you are talking about the SE Hollow Point slip on mufflers which are no longer made either.
mjw930 said:
Ok, I've seen replies all over the map with a lot of confusion on what an SE pipe is. Here is a rundown

SE Slip Fits = Looks like the stock pipe on an A model with a different baffle system. Fits A/B/SE/X models ONLY. This requires a remap
SE Hollow Points = For R/D/DX models ONLY. they look like the pipes on these models with a brushed finish. No remap required
SE 16 GA = Looks like dual straight pipes. For A/B/SE/X models ONLY. Requires remap.

All of these have a "V-Mod" capability where part of the interal baffle is removed. It's different for each pipe but historically the appropriate SE flash works OK with this mod. If you have an R/D/DX then you'll need a Race Tuner or other device if you modify it since there isn't any SE flash for this pipe.
For identification purposes also note that the SE performance slip fit mufflers have a "Screamin' Eagle" script on the top muffler. If you are looking for a set, beware of ebay auctions calling the stock CVO exhaust, a SE slip fit muffler.
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