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    Supertrapp Model 725-71235 need feed back please

    I want a performance muffler but not a lot of noise. I know they usually go hand in hand but I can dream can't I? Anybody have any experience with the supertrapp muffler? Specifically the model listed in the title of the thread? Will I be able to ride without ear plugs? I currently have a Hawkins and it is too load. I know sometimes sound/noise is a perception thing but I don't want to spend money and not be happy. The bike really runs great with the performance muffler.
    Will I be able to use the chin fairing with the Supertrapp.
    Thanks for your input.
    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeharley View Post
    I want a performance muffler but not a lot of noise. I know they usually go hand in hand but I can dream can't I? Anybody have any experience with the supertrapp muffler? Specifically the model listed in the title of the thread? Will I be able to ride without ear plugs? I currently have a Hawkins and it is too load. I know sometimes sound/noise is a perception thing but I don't want to spend money and not be happy. The bike really runs great with the performance muffler.
    Will I be able to use the chin fairing with the Supertrapp.
    Thanks for your input.
    Joe
    The part # you specified was for a tuber, not a Ulysses. I mention this because you posted under the Ulysses section.

    If you have a tuber, and just posted under the wrong section, you should be fine as the bike in the description shows the muffler with the chin fairing installed.

    If you have a Ulysses, you can buy aftermarket chin fairing mounts from Dean Adams or Drummer (or others) and you can hang the chin fairing on, even without a muffler.


    As far as sound is concerned, I personally think all XB aftermarket exhausts are too loud... but that is totally subjective and most others disagree.


    P.S. Even if you are running the infamous Hell-Fire Speed Demon Power Exhaust v2.0* (tm), wind noise is going to be more damaging to your hearing, than the exhaust.



    *Hell-Fire Speed Demon Power Exhaust v2.0 (tm) is a registered trademark of LF Heavy Industries.
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    The folks at Supertrapp said that was the part number for my 2009 XT. They couldn't say yes or no to the chin fairing bracket though

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    Well, if they say it should fit.... I was getting different info when I googled the part #.

    The aftermarket chin fairing brackets are about $80 and attach to the motor. Normally it attaches to brackets on the stock muffler. Here is a link to a thread where they show them on the bike.

    https://www.buellxb.com/forum/showth...iring-brackets


    http://deanadamsdesigns.com/cart.php...&category_id=4

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    Thanks for the links. I have seen the brackets. I was just surprised that Supertrapp couldn't answer the question.

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    I have a Drummer & Deans for XB and all I hear is intake roar.



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