vilzrod said:I was thinking of sending the pipes to Steve..anyone done a set of screaming eagles???...I hear a couple more horse and even BETTER sound... like the difference between the stock and going to the screaming eagles... ????? anyone know??? :soapbox:
kspz3 said:By the way Vilz - when I originally heard about VMods it it was an inexpensive mod that was of little risk since I had taken the spare stock mufflers that I had taken off when I bought the set of SEs. I thought that you had to have rocks in your head to hack up an expensive set of SE slipons (performance engineered) trying to get better sound- but after using the stock VMod for awhile I was a bit more confident and willing to experiment based upon Steve's recommendation - but it still took me awhile to become willing to let him take a tourch to them. As I stated the volume switch was just a bit too loud for me on the stock VMod - so I switched - I really like them and have not been able to find what I think is a better seetup from a styling, and performance perspective - My problem with them is weight (and I believe that there is another 4 to 5 HP to be had)- i.e.trying to improve ET's on the track - on the street it is fairly meaningless - so I am looking for a high performance 2 into 1 - The best that I know of is the Turbo Tec but there are numerous issues that have prevented me from buying them thus far - heat shield, volume and styling issues (B- from my perspective as bends do not align perfectly with line on the engine - also would like heat shield and chrome). So I patiently wait - but at least from my perspective, I haven't found a better setup yet - I will probably do a two into one later this year.
Guys, I put 240 miles on my rod today and my ears are ringing! I have the SE 16G and I was thinking of having them vodded, no longer! These pipes have a nice sound and Daniii says they'll get louder them I'm definitely all set in the sound department!Daniii said:The SE 16ga will get louder with time as the fiberglass blows out. Mine sound better all the time, or maybe I'm getting used to them. Either way, I'm sticking with the factory setup.