Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered (Chrome) - Yamaha V-Star XV650 (04 - 09) California Models

Vance & Hines Shortshots Staggered (Chrome) - Yamaha V-Star XV650 (04 - 09) California Models

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Welcome to the new Shortshots Staggered; a revolution in blue proof exhaust technology. Vance & Hines delivers the short, fat, straight pipe look with twin slash cut ends. Never before has style and performance on this level been available at such an unbeatable value. With 1 3/4” headpipes stepped to a 2 1/8” muffler body and 220 degree coverage heat shields, dollar for dollar, this is an unbeatable system. Baffles, mounting hardware, and instructions are included for a hassle-free, perfect fit every time.
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Average Member Review: 4.89 (based on 19 reviews)
Would buy again: 100%
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(5 stars) reviewed on 01/06/14 by
Tom (Al512) from , , Australia, for a 0 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

Noise

Quite loud even with quite baffles.  Large bike sound.


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(4 stars) reviewed on 06/30/13 by
Spratty (Spad562) from Gold Coast, , AU, for a 2008 Candy Fire Red/Metallic Diablo Black 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

Short Shots

Purchased these for my V-Star 650 Classic, however this model does not fit the Austalian Yamaha 650, I was given wrong information before I placed the order and should've been sold model V18519, this wasn't apparent until I was past the point of being able to return the pipes as holding them up to see if they'd fit was no real indication that it wasn't going to work.

Well stuck with not being able to return them as attempting to fit the  pipes excludes you from doing so, I proceeded to modify them to fit and eventually got them on and they look very good but it was disappointing to have to go to so much trouble getting them to fit. I gave 2 stars for ease of install, with the correct pipe probably would be a 4 


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(5 stars) reviewed on 04/21/13 by
Christopher Moore (cmoor052) from , VA, United States, for a 0 650 V-Star Custom wrote:

Easy Install, Great Sound!!!

I installed these pipes on a lazy Sunday afternoon. It took about an hour, and was very straightforward. I reccomend these pipes to anyone who has a small bike and is looking for a large bike sound. The difference from stock to the short shots is phenomenal!


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(5 stars) reviewed on 10/28/11 by
Maria Franson (mfranson216) from , PA, United States, for a 2009 650 V-Star Silverado wrote:

If you want to be seen and heard...these are the pipes for you! They will here me coming now thats all I can say! Looks great and sounds great! Love my new pipes!
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(5 stars) reviewed on 10/09/11 by
rick (ricroc11) from , , United States, for a 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

These are amazing sound great. Nice deep sound, and choppy while idling. Look real good too.
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This accessory fits:

- Yamaha 650 V-Star Classic
- Yamaha 650 V-Star Custom
- Yamaha 650 V-Star Silverado


Important Fitment Details:
Fits:
'04 and up California Models
'06 and up 49-State Models


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    posted on 05/18/13 by
    Spad562 (Spad562) from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Ok so I've just placed an order for the listed items, the pipes and air filter I don't have a problem with but I'm a bit cautious about the jet kit has anyone done it and how hard is it.

    Can't wait I suppose the boy never leaves us grown men.



     
    posted on 05/31/13 by
    kenmode from , TN, United States, wrote:

    GOOD luck with your NEW items. If you need help , this is the place for it. Keep us informed.... gonna be "bad ass " when your done !



    posted on 05/31/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Ok so the pipes just arrived at work, won't get a chance to look at them at least until Sunday ( I hope they fit ) as my young bloke lost control of his car yesterday arvo in the rain and smacked the rear wheel into the gutter, it's at one of his mates place and I haven't seen it yet as he didnt tell me until 9.00 at night when his girlfriend dropped him home, so I know what I'll be doing this weekend. He's ok thankfully and no panel damage sounds like suspension lateral links by what's he telling me.
    I guess been there done that, they have to learn the hard way.



    posted on 05/22/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Steve I can't see anything for the Cruzers, not mentioned on the V&H site so probably not.



    posted on 05/22/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    My son currently has my 650 and he removed the Smartpartz baffles. Personally I like it quieter than the standard V&H Cruzers noise output. Not even sure that V&H makes a quiet baffle for the Cruzers? Anyone know?
    There is an interesting review with apparent dB levels for those Cruzer pipes here:
    http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/review.cfm?review_ID=5133611&model_id=...



    posted on 05/22/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Hey Steve are the Smartpartz better than the V&H quiet baffles?

    So what level are your pipes now or shouldn't you say smiley



    posted on 05/21/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    I'm sure those apps aren't too accurate but it gives you a comparison with before and after and that's all I'm interested in. When we went for a ride on the weekend out to Canungra on the Gold Coast there was that many loud bikes it wasn't funny.
    I reckon the cops turn a blind eye to it unless you doing something crazy wrong I don't think there going to bother anyone about it, come to think of it you don't see many cops on the Coast anyway.



    posted on 05/21/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    On my bike the noise test label says 88dB at 2750 rpm. (not that it's at that that level anymore)
    ADR says its meant to be under 93dB?



    posted on 05/21/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    I actually had it in different locations and it was only minimal changes from right under the pipes to 3 m away. Yes it was at idle and it jumped up 5 Db on acceleration, but I truly wonder how accurate they are



    posted on 05/21/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    Here is some ADR info re noise levels:
    http://www.ntc.gov.au/filemedia/Reports/NatStatExhaustNoiseTestSept2006.pdf



    posted on 05/21/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    I'm guessing thats at idle, what about under acceleration I wonder. How's close did you hold the dB meter to the bike as I have one on my iPhone and will measure the same to compare.



    posted on 05/19/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    It is to us but the constabulary have a different opinion! I measured mine today with an android decibel meter. Came in at 76 Db smiley



    posted on 05/19/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Louds good! Isn't it.



    posted on 05/19/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    And if those Short Shots end up being a touch too loud, maybe consider this?
    http://www.smartpartz.com/vancehines.html



    posted on 05/19/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    Some good how-tos and jetting info for the 650 here:
    http://www.650ccnd.com/perf.htm
    http://www.650ccnd.com/mods/rejet.htm
    http://www.650ccnd.com/rejett.htm



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Sorry it was more the fact the sports bike seem to find places where those speeds can be done is what I meant. I wasn't referring to them as making false claims we all do that or it feels like we've had a major performance improvement when it's probably not the case.



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    LMAO it was actually a cruiser on here!



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    So true, someone needs to tell the sports bike rider about the speed limits. Lol



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    I only have slip on mufflers and still use the original header pipes. There is a marginal difference in acceleration without rejetting but every now and then I get an little back fire. I don't expect it to make much of a difference but it will help a little. Some of the claims i have seen made about increasing the top end to 200kph @3/4 throttle make me laugh. Simple rejetting won't achieve that. And neither will putting on an unrestricted exhaust. A combination of intake, exhaust and fuel modifications will give you a steeper torque curve and you will notice performance. The top end will increase a bit as well but as most bikes in Aus can do 200 out of the block is it really a gain and where can you do that speed?



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Your running after market pipes on the 1100 aren't you how have you found performance without doing the jets up until now and do you expect the jetting to make a big difference.

    Yeah they charge plenty I'd imagine.



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    Spot on Spratty, I will have to look into the carby rejecting soon on the 1100 as well but as the bike is under a 5 year warrantee I may have to get yamaha to do it. That's gunna hurt!



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    So Beachy the jet kit will alter the air fuel ratio correct, so that's when a dyno would benefit yeah. That's the step when they talk about drilling out those brass plugs and adjusting the screw to seat it then wind out 3 turns, that's the air fuel mixture part if I'm understanding it correctly.

    I'm just happy to learn anything new and I love being hands on so I'll give it a go, I always approach things cautiously, hence why all the questions.

    Cheers



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    There is no point in putting the bike on the dyno unless you have the air fuel ratio sorted out first. It will help for sure but it is a must if you are changing the air intake fuel jets and exhaust



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    Spad562 from Gold Coast, , AU, wrote:

    Yeah I have seen that I don't know if it still gives me the confidence to do it though, someone told me that the bike should be dynoed, is that true?



    posted on 05/18/13 by
    beachy from Birdwood, SA, AU, wrote:

    Theturbo has done this and Kyle has a great video on jet kit installation. Have a look at the CC YouTube site.




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