Viking crossover

Discussion in 'BearClaw Corner' started by Jag, Dec 6, 2018.

  1. Jag

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    C0AF4567-1BA1-4929-873A-F83A40BDEB4F.jpeg Look what just arrived from NZ for me.
    Paul’s workmanship is awesome!!
    It’s a shame I’ll only be able to see it laying on the ground after I install it!! Lol
     
  2. Idaho Red Rocket 3

    Idaho Red Rocket 3Living Legend

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    That is some good looking chrome. I imagine you will be laying on the floor a little longer each time you change the oil.
     
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  3. Grumpy Ole Codger

    Grumpy Ole CodgerSlave to the Beast

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    Should have got the whole system...so nice :inlove:inlove
     
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    Kojack1970.040 Over

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    Curious about the cross over pipe. I have a 2016 Roadster and I’m debating the cross over pipe, Viking or Dave Platt. I have read that the later models, 18, 17, 16 etc have less restrictive splitter box than the early years. I don’t know if that is true or just smoke. I have dave platt slip on’s installed now and a ram air going on in the spring. Will a cross over make that much of a diff or is it $400 +/- better spent elsewhere?
     
  5. Bedifferent

    BedifferentOld man on a bike

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    He does nice work. Don't question the intersecting pipe protruding a bit inside the other pipe. It's suppose to be that way to balance the flow. :banghead::laugh:
     
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  6. BillyIndiana

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    You will love it.

    It just gives clarity to the sound. Makes it crisp.

    It is like a period at the end of a sentence. The bike just is not complete without it..
     
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    Paul BryantLiving Legend

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    Bill, this coating is the "Polished Aluminium" HiPerCoat from www.hpcoatings.co.nz not chrome, it also has an internal Ceramic heat barrier coating.

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    LandstarAdapt adjust overcome

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    Mine is on the way in black, paul just sent it off for coating. Anticipation...
     
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