Crusher Maverick 2-into-2 Full Systems Now Available

0crusher1crusher2crusherCrusher is the all-new performance division of Kuryakyn offering new standards for style, quality nanufacturing and flawless sound. As an example, their newly available nicely designed Crusher Maverick 2 into 2 exhaust systems for Harley-Davidson Dyna, Softail and Sportsters models. Crusher is promising solid horsepower and torque gains along with a unique, throaty exhaust note at wide-open throttle with lower decibel levels at cruising speeds. High-flow louvered core baffles are maintenance free and never need repacking.

Optional Sound Reduction Inserts are also available if you’re of the quiet type. Distinct, aggressive styling is highlighted by embossed brushed stainless steel bands sporting the Crusher word mark that wrap around the Maverick Series’ signature precision-machined billet aluminum tip. Available for ’06-’15 Dynas (except’12-’15 FLD & ’14-’15 FXDL), ’86-’15 Softails (except FXCW/C, FXSB & FXSBSE), and ’04-’15 Sportster XL models. Offered in chrome or matte black high-temp ceramic coating finishes,. MSRP in Chrome $579.99, Black $599.99 Crusher Performance

6 Responses to “Crusher Maverick 2-into-2 Full Systems Now Available

  1. 1 Shifter Jan 27th, 2015 at 12:31 pm

    Looks nice. But too many companies marketing with the same narrative. So, how a biker is supposed to choose a new set of pipes?

  2. 2 Blackmax Jan 27th, 2015 at 8:08 pm

    Agree with Shifter
    Yes, they do look nice
    & if my old friend Mike R. is behind this,
    I’m sure they sound pretty good too!
    But it would be nice to hear them
    as there are wayy too many really aftermarket good exhausts out there
    At good price(s) also

  3. 3 SIGFREED Jan 28th, 2015 at 7:57 am

    As noted above, nice pipes, but just more of the same. Kuryakyn has always (well in most instances if you insist) placed a high/-er value on aesthetics – so yes, the pipes look nice.

    Eg D&D are seriously good stuff for the performance junkie – but their goods are not natural beauties.

    Pipes are such a key visual component in the ‘cruiser’ segment (in the broad definition – ie include V-Twin touring- and dresser bikes, etc) that it will serve maker well to critically look at aesthetics (as is the case here).

    These guys seems to aim for a promising ethos – ie “performance with style/looks” (to paraphrase a bit). So will we see good looking bona fide 2-into-1 pipe/s soon (with REAL performance comparable to the top players)? NOTE: I am aware of their “cross flow cell” thing, but I guess I am not totally convinced yet, eg the site seems to be thin on performance data.

    Arlen Ness (and family) have tried to aim for the “performance with style/looks” – eg the Magnaflow, but their 2-into-1 looks just a bland as everybody else’s.

    Would it not be great if the V-Twin performance masters like S&S, Zipper, etc can collaborate with somebody that can make real performance pipes, with real good looks? Eg the means, to have sports-bike performance on your Dyna, but with looks that will embarrass any crotch-rocket.

  4. 4 JackS Jan 28th, 2015 at 8:31 am

    How, actually, are they accomplishing the “solid horsepower and torque gains”? Are the header diameters stepped? Is there a hidden cross-over pipe? Do the baffles create the perfect back pressure? I’d like to see the dyno chart.

  5. 5 calif phil Jan 28th, 2015 at 9:05 am

    “Optional Sound Reduction Inserts” in the old days we called those baffles.

  6. 6 DynaGuy Jan 28th, 2015 at 9:28 am

    Saw these at Sturgis last year – they sound and look great. Here’s a link to their YouTube video for sound note:

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