Vance And Hines Power Dual Exhaust For 2010-2012 Harley Baggers

For your Harley FL, Power Duals integrates an exclusive Vance & Hines Power Chamber hidden behind a contoured heat shield that generates more horsepower and torque than stock. This new right side design eliminates the heat issues on the left side for the passenger, routing hot exhaust gases below the foot peg and protecting vital engine components and side covers from heat damage. For an even more complete performance package, pair Power Duals with any of the Vance & Hines slip-on mufflers, Fuelpak fuel management and air filter kits Duke or Drak. Power Duals is fitted with oxygen sensor ports making it a seamless power upgrade from stock. MSRP $599.95. Vance & Hines.

4 Responses to “Vance And Hines Power Dual Exhaust For 2010-2012 Harley Baggers”

  1. 1 Lyle Feb 11th, 2012 at 9:32 am

    Hopefully the heat shields have better spot welds than before so they won’t rattle off.

  2. 2 jim Feb 12th, 2012 at 10:46 am

    It would be nice to see Vance and Hines provide 02 sensor ports in two locations. Both the new location and the old location. Those that are not used could be plugged off. Other exhaust companies are doing this. Also, most other companies provide sensor port plugs with their earlier exhaust systems. V&H requires these to be purchased separately. They make great exhaust systems, but could provide customers with a little more latitude for choosing fuel system management.


  3. 3 deadwod1783 Feb 12th, 2012 at 10:52 am

    I wish they would revisit the o2 bung placement. I have stopped using many of their systems on late model baggers. The worst part is they know its an issue, just don’t care as they are still selling them. Well good luck on that, you only get one free pass with me, I’ve moved on.

  4. 4 Matt Feb 12th, 2012 at 11:00 am

    Great exhaust system, but not for the Street Glide or Road Glide Custom. The “bow tie” heat shield over the crossover will scrape on a right hand lean and damage the heat shield. They can’t be used on the lower FL’s.

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