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:confused: Like the title says... Just purchased my first Spyder. I am interested in purchasing an after-market pipe. What are some exhaust companies that cater to the Spyder...? Also, if you would share your personal opinions on pipes that you have used or are currently using. If you would, describe for me the type of sound and level of loudness. CHEERS!
 

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We have a few options available for you. Check them out here:
Can AM Spyder Exhaust, Air Filters, Juice Box

I can tell you that our SPX15 Performance Muffler has a very nice sound to it. A few people at the Chicago show said it sounded like an Indy car. It has a nice thumpy sound at idle but when you hit the throttle it is louder then stock but not so load that its annoying. Let me know if you have any questions.

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We have a few options available for you. Check them out here:
Can AM Spyder Exhaust, Air Filters, Juice Box

I can tell you that our SPX15 Performance Muffler has a very nice sound to it. A few people at the Chicago show said it sounded like an Indy car. It has a nice thumpy sound at idle but when you hit the throttle it is louder then stock but not so load that its annoying. Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Matt
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Hindle Slip On

I've got a Hindle slip on fitted to my 2010 RS-S.
No idea how it sounds though as I pick the new trike up from the dealers in 10 days.
I went with the Hindle as its factory warranted and approved.
I have ridden a 2009 RS with one and it sounded great, nice deep rumble but not uncomfortably loud or offensive.

Ken
 
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