BUB 7 Stealth Mufflers. 50 State Sound And Emission Compliant.

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In 2009 is it possible to ride your Harley-Davidson Bagger with enough rumbling noise to feel like you are still riding a Harley, but quiet enough to satisfy all EPA & CARB certifications in any US states you live or ride in?  From BUB, the home of the world’s fastest motorcycle at 367.382 mph, these BUB 7 Stealth Mufflers for all law abiding riders looking for the perfect balance between performance, sound quality and minimum emissions. These mufflers have a 4 inch body and will fit 1.75″ or 2″ header systems of Harley FLH 2009-2010 (FL models from 1995 to 2008 are also 50 state legal). Available in Chrome or Black Ceramic finish with Chrome or Black Teflon coated slash cut end caps.  Mufflers have the option of two mounting positions –slash up or slash down. And I know that you want to hear how they sound. So, just make the jump HERE, then visit BUB Performance Exhausts.

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5 Responses to “BUB 7 Stealth Mufflers. 50 State Sound And Emission Compliant.”


  1. 1 John Gesner Oct 22nd, 2009 at 9:04 am

    Sounds good. Excactly what I was looking for…

  2. 2 Eric Manning @ BUB Oct 22nd, 2009 at 9:41 am

    One correction:
    BUB 7 Stealth Muffles for Harley FLs from 1995 – 2008 are sound & emissions legal for
    years without the stock catalytic mufflers.

  3. 3 Todd8080 Oct 22nd, 2009 at 7:31 pm

    The question is, are they permanently marked with an “EPA compliant” stamp, like the one found on OEM bikes?

    A lot of cities across the U.S. are now using that (instead of a decibel test) as the only legal proof of compliance.

    In other words, no stamp and you get a ticket, regardless of how quiet your bike is.

  4. 4 Eric Manning @ BUB Oct 23rd, 2009 at 9:53 am

    Here is an image of the stamp on the BUB 7 Stealth mufflers.

    http://bub.com/images/BUB-EPA-Stealth-Muffler-Stamp.jpg

    *The EPA test is a drive-by test, so it would be very difficult for the average police officer to test an individual. So your right, having the muffler stamped makes the most sense for all.

  5. 5 Todd8080 Oct 24th, 2009 at 2:22 am

    Thanks, Eric, that’s good to know.

    As the drag pipe crowd pisses off more and more citizens, voters are writing their lawmakers and police agencies demanding these loud bikes be stopped. New ordinances are being passed all around the country.

    Most small towns can’t afford decibel meters for every cop, so many of them simply ticket anyone without EPA-stamped mufflers. Of course that puts all motorcyclists in a bad position, especially Harley riders.

    It’s even worse for those (like me) who ride an older Harley, since OEM mufflers havent been made or sold by the factory for many years. Bike mufflers wear out just like car mufflers.

    The irony of the loud pipe thing is that the worst offenders are almost all relatively new riders – “fadsters” if you will – who’ll abandon their newfound biker hobby the instant something cooler or trendier comes along (I’m betting on street snowmobiles), leaving serious lifelong riders to deal with the mess they’ve created.

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