Big Radius 2 Into 1

Few mass produced exhaust systems that I like. First because they are mass produced. Second because they never look as good as I want when installed on my built from the ground up bikes.There are a few exceptions, like these 2 into 1 Big Radius from Vance & Hines. If you don’t mind seeing them on a lot of bikes (trust me, they are going to be popular), they are the ones to use on a stock Harley and all customs with a Bobber flair. where budget is an issue (yes, it takes a lot of time, skills to weld & money to build a one-off exhaust system). Making less noise than straight pipes, but loud enough to make yourself announced as a "Harley" rider, their beefy look is a good match to any Bobber look alike. Vance & Hines has always built high quality exhaust systems and is a pionner in blue-proof technology. So, for the boulevard I can recommend these ones. .    . 

4 Responses to “Big Radius 2 Into 1”

  1. 1 Kevin Dec 3rd, 2006 at 6:54 pm

    I am patiently waiting for the BR 2 as well for my SE Fatboy.
    I was going to go with the regular Big Radius as I love the look and sound. Performance is not that bad with thundermoster baffles.

    But I think performance and looks can be achieved with the 2 in 1.
    It is cool that the pipes have a hole drilled out for a sensor already. I think I will go with the Daytona Twin Tec

    I am concerned about the sound. I hope it does not sould like the V&H Propipe, that is my only worry. Just have to wait 3 more months!!

  2. 2 Jim Hill May 3rd, 2007 at 12:13 pm

    Funny how it turned out to be 5 months. I hope this is the best pipe I ever had, after waiting for 5 months. I’m dying to get this on my bike and finally tune that Power Commander right.

  3. 3 tom Nov 20th, 2007 at 9:06 pm

    what would be a good 2 into one exhaust for a 08 street glide(something loud and good performance)?

  4. 4 Ed Goldner Apr 25th, 2010 at 11:06 pm

    Just installed my V&H black big radius 2 into1 onto my 2010 black denim street bob along with a K&N stage 1 air intake. It only took a couple of shade tree mechanic hours to strip off the stock parts and install both upgrades. Not only do the pipes look awesome on the bob, but they make it a completely different bike. My factory bob had a nice sound, but it was nothing… repeat, nothing like this. My new bike snarls at idle and has a deep throaty roar at the turn of my wrist. The bike was quick before, but now a wrist roll thows me back into the seat and announces it’s presence in an unmistakable, awsome, and loud way. Whether you like the look, appreciate the added safety of the sound, or just love the power and roar of the V-Twin running the way it was engineered to run, I think the V&H Big Radius 2 into1 is a good way to go.

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