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DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

HAS ANYONE HEARD OR SEEN THE HIGH MOUNT DEVIL EXHAUST? HOW DOES IT SOUND AND PERFORM? I HAVE A ERION AND WAS THINKING ABOUT CHANGING .ANY POINTERS.
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Re: DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

Devil is another one of those brands that lack the R&D of many of the top sellers. If you want true performance gains, then stick with the high end systems. Hindle, Akra, Arata....if you like the looks of the devil then by all means, but I wouldnt expect any power to be added.
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Re: DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

I swapped from Erion bolt on to Devil slip on-that was a bad mistake performance wise... ...at least by seat of the pants in the midrange
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Re: DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

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HAS ANYONE HEARD OR SEEN THE HIGH MOUNT DEVIL EXHAUST? HOW DOES IT SOUND AND PERFORM? I HAVE A ERION AND WAS THINKING ABOUT CHANGING .ANY POINTERS.
I have it, and love it. Sounds awesome. I have the SB2. I'm 39 yrs old, and I don't think it's too loud. I keep the revs down in my neighborhood though. I might be putting an HTEV eliminator(Haas) on it soon. I'm sure it'll be even louder, especially in the low rpm's when it's usually closed up now. I get lots of compliment on both the "look", and sound of it too.
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Re: DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

Does this require moving the indicators?
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Re: DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

I have the Devil carbon highmount and haven't noticed any loss in power. You can install it with the stock signals, depending on how you position it.

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Re: DEVILBIKE EXHAUST

I have a 3/4 Devil SB2 Highmount and the Hass HTEV eliminator. I happen to think this is a great combo. The sound is fantastic and looks great too. I just recently pulled this combo off the bike to install a new FULL system. I'm gonna miss the look, and definately the sound.
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