Torqmaster Exhausts


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arremm
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Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby arremm » Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:06 am



Hi,
I live in the UK and would like a pair of chrome silencers for my 2000 GL1500, no one here seems to do them but I have found that "Wing-Stuff.com" in the US can supply "Hollywood Power Mufflers". At the price they have quoted and + duty etc I would be willing to give them a go, but has anyone out there got them? comments etc.
Cheers guys

Ross Marshall



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robb
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Motorcycle: 1989 Honda GL1500 Aspencade

Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby robb » Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:00 pm

I don't have the hollywood but do have the Daytona, same pipe little diferent design. The sound alone makes them worth the cost. A noticable torque difference and improvement in fuel milage. Want to add torque monsters next.

fujimo
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Motorcycle: 1999 GL1500SE

Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby fujimo » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:39 pm

i have a 1999 gl 1500 se....i have the torque master hollywood long, and the torque monster installed....WOW...WHAT A DIFFERENCE IN POWER, AND SOUND!!!!! i run only 4-inch baffles installed all the way to the front of each pipe. contact jimmy@torquemasterpipes.com...he is located in banning, california, and will be more than happy to help you with the pipes. this is the man that started torque master. his phone numbers are as follows: shop: 866-683-1825 cell: 951-443-6464. good luck with your new pipes, john.

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Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby robb » Fri Aug 26, 2011 4:55 pm

Got a muffler friend who said he would like to try bending a set. Nice new machine, it would be a waste not to try.

partypaul
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Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby partypaul » Thu Sep 08, 2011 3:07 pm

I’ve got the Hollywood longs on my ’91 asp. The sound is great, but I’m concerned about how they will look in the long run. The chome plating doesn’t seem to be that great. Then again you’ve got to consider the cost. I couldn’t find much for the gl1500.

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Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby robb » Fri Sep 09, 2011 8:26 am

Mine are over 4 yrs old and no sign of rust.

fujimo
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Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby fujimo » Fri Sep 09, 2011 5:42 pm

partypaul.....i have been running toequemaster products for many years now, and have NEVER had the first problem with his chrome plating period. jimmy, the owner of torquemaster is a top shelf kinda guy who stands behind his products completly...100%. i know of people who have had his exhaust systems on their bikes for hundreds of thousanda of miles, and the chrome still looks as good as the day that they bought them.

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Re: Torqmaster Exhausts

Postby partypaul » Sat Sep 10, 2011 12:22 pm

Then I look forward to many years of great sound. Still better than spending over $750 for stock mufflers and a wimpy sound.




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