Custom Motorcycle Exhaust Systems & Aftermarket Pipes for Sale – Lowbrow Customs
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      Motorcycle Exhaust

      Brass Exhaust Tips for 1.75 inch OD pipes Brass Exhaust Tips for 1.75 inch OD pipes
      33 reviews $34.95
      Finned Heat Shield, 12 inch Finned Heat Shield, 12 inch
      Lowbrow Customs Finned Heat Shield, 12 inch
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      Finned Heat Shield - 6 inch Finned Heat Shield - 6 inch
      Lowbrow Customs Finned Heat Shield - 6 inch
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      Muffler Reducer Set - 3 Piece Kit Muffler Reducer Set - 3 Piece Kit
      6 reviews $6.70
      Custom Motorcycle Exhaust Systems - Harley exhaust Parts, Hardware & Kits There is nothing more pleasing to the ear then a well-tuned machine bellowing through a well-designed custom motorcycle exhaust system.  What does an exhaust do for a ...
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      Related information Motorcycle Exhaust FAQ
      Is full exhaust better than slip on?
      All of them! The last thing you want to deal with while riding your motorcycle is a part failure. We recommend using only high-quality parts from reputable companies on your bike. Not sure what you need? No problem! Lowbrow Customs carries high-quality, cool parts, and we offer free motorcycle tech support to answer any questions you may have.
      Do I have to tune a motorcycle for an aftermarket exhaust?
      Adjusting your tuning when changing out your exhaust system is good practice, as it ensures a fast and responsive motorcycle. With modern, fuel-injected motorcycles, ECU tuners for Harleys make tuning your motorcycle a breeze. They plug in to your stock wiring harness and connect to a smartphone for on-the-go tuning for maximum horsepower and top speed! For carbureted bikes, changing the carburetor jets to add or remove fuel from the throttle range allows precise tuning for optimium performance.
      Do I need a muffler / resonator on my exhaust?
      Removing your muffler (aka resonator) will change the tuning of your motorcycle, as the back pressure ties into the performance of the engine. Typically, vehicles will run just fine without a muffler, though you may be in violation of local noise ordinances, as it makes your motorcycle MUCH louder. Running straight exhaust pipes (no muffler) on motorcycles is pretty common practice. A universal baffle can be easily installed in a straight pipe to help reduce the sound, though it will not be as quiet as with a muffler.