Black widow Slip-On

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Black widow Slip-On

Post by madmonkey »

Does anyone here run Black Widow Slip-Ons on their 1500? If so, which one? Do you like it? Too noisy or just right? Did you have to re-jet after installing? If you have a video of your bike with them on so I can hear, that would be fantastic!


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Re: Black widow Slip-On

Post by Arcweld80 »

I welded my own with some mufflers from wish. Very nice to look at BUT they made a baaaaaaa sound when you are doing highway i went back to stock. I think the Black widow will do exactly the same....

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Post by AZgl1800 »

I can hear the exhaust, something is badly wrong.

so it is bone stock for me.

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Re: Black widow Slip-On

Post by offcenter »

Why would anyone want a loud exhaust on a Goldwing?
The quiet purr of a stock Wing is a thing of beauty.

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