Vance & Hines Big Radius 2-into-2 - Yamaha V-Star 950

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There is not a single product on the market that can compete with the style, performance and “perfect” sound of Big Radius 2-into-2 PC for the Yamaha V-Star 950.

By incorporating our proprietary Power Chamber technology we have revolutionized metric cruiser exhaust design. Big Radius 2-into-2 PC for the Yamaha V-Star 950 delivers increased mid-range power and a perfect sound you won't find anywhere else.

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Average Member Review: 4.75 (based on 8 reviews)
Would buy again: 100%
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(5 stars) reviewed on 01/13/14 by
(keseg) from Calamvale, , AU, for a 2006 950 V-Star wrote:

Magic Looks

Love the Looks !


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(5 stars) reviewed on 05/28/13 by
Hed (AndrewScott) from brisbane, , AU, for a 2011 950 V-Star wrote:

big radius

these pipes were a great addition to my bike they look mean and sound even better, instal was easy took about 20 min.


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(5 stars) reviewed on 02/10/13 by
Sean Kenneally (smk1974) from , , for a 0 950 V-Star wrote:

Look and sound great, very throaty and I have yet to try them out without the baffles in. I am guessing they would be too loud to handle and would piss everyone off at 6:00 in the morning.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 12/13/12 by
(cormol) from , , for a 950 V-Star wrote:

Installation: Very easy to install though you WILL require assistance removing the stock pipes and installing the V&H. If you're He-man you could probably do it yourself but I'd still not recommend it ;) Sound: AWESOME but LOUD. If you don't mind what your neighbours (or the cops) think, you'll LOVE it. Honestly though, I think it borders on illegal noise levels... but it's AWESOME. Don't spread the word too much but I think I get "butterflies" in the pit of my stomach everytime I open the throttle. If I'm having a really bad day, I hit a long "interstate" road and come back in euphoria. The sound definitely turns heads since people now practically stop next to the road to let me pass and then wave like madmen with huge smiles, as if they've never seen a biker before. "Older" ladies and moms scowl at me and men practically start drooling. Performance: Unfortunately I modified too much of the bike in a single go to attest to the particular improvement the exhaust provided. I ad...
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(4 stars) reviewed on 08/13/12 by
(jptunes) from Ellensburg, WA, US, for a 2009 Black 950 V-Star wrote:

Took about 1 1/2 hours to put on. louder then i thought they would be fit great. Right leg does lay on pipe a little have to put foot up front on board but did give bike more power and smoother power I added the vance and hines fuel pack
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    swept pipes for Yamaha v star 650 custom

    posted on 04/24/13 by
    MrRaimondDeieso (MrRaimondDeieso) from , , wrote:

    I am looking for a set of pipes to suite a Yamaha V Star 650 Custom 2013 model
    does anyone make any.
    Regards Rai



     
    posted on 04/28/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    Uwe recently added a video here re Cruzers on a 650:
    http://cruiser.mototribe.com/video/how-install-vance-hines-cruzers



    posted on 04/26/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Thanks Steve, that is a very good site and have used info off it already.

    Cheers



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    And if you want some good 650 info re carbs and rejetting, try here:
    http://www.650ccnd.com/perf.htm



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    Washbrook from Melbourne, , AU, wrote:

    smiley they are nice bikes. Good luck. I prefer it around town to my Drifter which is bigger and harder in traffic. The pipes help let others know you are there, though do not guarantee they will pay attention.



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Cheers Norm, gotta convince SWMBO that they are a life saver and not just a fancy add on. Shouldn't be long though I got the bike didn't I and that was never going to happen.....



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    Washbrook from Melbourne, , AU, wrote:

    No, mine worked fine with no other changes. Note though that your bike may require it. Before buying I looked at this and it seems that it is almost luck of the draw. Obviously re-jetting, better air intake etc will all help. I'm not a mechanic so view my comments only from the perspective of someone with the pipes, not an expert. I am quite pleased with the result I achieved. Best of luck.



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Beachy please explain



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    God I hate my ipad



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Thanks for the feed back Norm, did you need to re jet?



    posted on 04/25/13 by
    Washbrook from Melbourne, , AU, wrote:

    I have the Cruisers on my 2013 V Star 650 Custom. They are great. Loud but not over the top. Easy to fit, look great.



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Hey Beachy " what's a pie cost " LOL...



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    As far as swept pipes go I'm not sure they make them for the 650 custom which really sux. Check out the Bassani and cobra sites as well as they are always adding some new designs



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Ok will need to look into it a bit more, don't really want to piss the neighbours off as I usually ride very early in the morning, someone said to me they require longer to warm up than stock pipes is that true.



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    They were loud enough! Shorts shots will probably be louder. smiley



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Yeah I've heard a few on youtube, but just wanted know your thoughts and how they compare with the short shots, I guess there's nothing like hearing them in person though, might haunt the used bike shops and see what's there for a listen.

    Were they really that loud, did the neighbours complain? I'm kinda of wanting it loud.



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    I have Cruzers on my other bike the 650 and they sound good, but i did have Smartpartz.com baffles in them as well to tone it down a tad for my neighbours with their new babies. The bike is at my sons house as he rides it. Might be able to get some video done. Have you tried Youtube for an example of them on a V-Star 650?



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    I'm looking for a set also and can't decide between the Cruzers or the Short Shot Staggered, anyone got the Cruzers. Scottie1983 sent me a video of his Short Shots and they sound very nice and I like the look of them. But would like to hear from someone who has the Cruzers fitted and maybe a video.smiley



    posted on 04/24/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    Try Vance and Hines Cruzers for your bike.




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