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    Attached pics of my new purchase-taking possession of the bike on 15 Feb. It' still with the PO until he gets back from holidays on the 15th.
    Can anyone with a sharp eye tell me the model of the Cobra pipes on the bike ? just wanting to do some more research on them-as stated in a previous post thinking of going back to stock ( have to say the stock pipes look pretty monstrous and no doubt heavy)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffer View Post
    Hi

    Attached pics of my new purchase-taking possession of the bike on 15 Feb. It' still with the PO until he gets back from holidays on the 15th.
    Can anyone with a sharp eye tell me the model of the Cobra pipes on the bike ? just wanting to do some more research on them-as stated in a previous post thinking of going back to stock ( have to say the stock pipes look pretty monstrous and no doubt heavy)
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    Those are the Cobra Tri-Pros. I had them on my bike and loved them. Had some sound, but not crazy loud. The stock pipes are much heavier then these.
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    Tri-Pro is a nice exhaust and it is no longer made, so you should hold on to it.
    You are much better off keeping the Tri-Pro than going back to stock.
    The Tri-Pro is not near as loud as most 2 into 1 exhaust, so it is very desirable for those not looking make a lot of noise.

    If I lived closer I would buy the Tri-Pro from you if you did end up changing them out.
    I am in Florida though so shipping charges would be a bit much from BC.

    BCS

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    I agree with Ryan and BCS
    those pipes are not that loud and definitely have their
    own sound ,and on deceleration also!!
    My Vance and Hines big shots much louder.
    On 1 of our rides I followed behind “ Brad Smith “ From Canada
    i believe and liked the sound of them. “ I always new where he was in the group” LOL
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    [QUOTE=Hogan109r;3993426]I agree with Ryan and BCS
    those pipes are not that loud and definitely have their
    own sound ,and on deceleration also!!
    My Vance and Hines big shots much louder.
    On 1 of our rides I followed behind “ Brad Smith “ From Canada
    i believe and liked the sound of them. “ I always new where he was in the group” LOL
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    And Brad “I’d be more than happy to swear under oath that having watched you ride for many, many miles, there is no way in hell you could be speeding through those curves.

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    As has been said, Cobra Tri pros. Keep them. LOL

    A guy in my hood was asking me about mine today. He's like, "those are loud, right?" I was, "um, not really." So I started it up, and he was, "they're loud." So, I started my B-king, and after it was warmed up, gave it a few god revs. His eyes we're LOL!!

    Keep them. They're rare as hens teeth. Best looking pipe out there, far as I'm concerned.
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    [QUOTE=Hogan109r;3993428]
    Quote Originally Posted by Hogan109r View Post
    I agree with Ryan and BCS
    those pipes are not that loud and definitely have their
    own sound ,and on deceleration also!!
    My Vance and Hines big shots much louder.
    On 1 of our rides I followed behind “ Brad Smith “ From Canada
    i believe and liked the sound of them. “ I always new where he was in the group” LOL
    My vote is to keep them. Name:  E320FE62-E2A5-4990-9896-6249306858F3.gif
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    And Brad “I’d be more than happy to swear under oath that having watched you ride for many, many miles, there is no way in hell you could be speeding through those curves.


    don’t think Brad runs the tri pro...they do have a cheap tinny sound on decel..sound a title better with age,but really the worst sounding aftermarket pipe for the 9..if you like the edgey look,ride them and see if the sounds for you..

    there’s a reason they stopped producing them....lack of sales
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    I've had the Tri Pros on my bike 10 years. I love them and wouldn't have any of the other pipes out there. There's no amount of money.
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    There’s definitely different levels of quality pertaining to exhausts for the M109R. However, the great thing is that there’s so many options available to us that we’re all able to find an exhaust that fits our needs, likes, and tolerances best.

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    Well, as everyone has said, now you know what type of pipes they are. But whether you keep them or not is totally up to you. As stated above, there are a lot of pipes for this bike, and they all have there goods and bads. I liked the looks of the cobra sweeps, but thought they were a little loud. But you have to remember that they only matter to you, and no one else. Enjoy your ride and don't let others sway you.

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    Thanks for all the input guys....appreciated. Will give the Cobra's a month or so and see how they work out.

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