Road Burner 3" Stepped Drag Pro Exhaust - Honda Shadow Spirit 750 C2 (07-08)

Road Burner 3" Stepped Drag Pro Exhaust - Honda Shadow Spirit 750 C2 (07-08)

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Road Burner 3" Stepped Drag Pro Exhaust - Honda Shadow Spirit 750 C2 (07-08)

The Road Burner™ Exhaust line is the pinnacle to what all motorcycle exhaust will now be compared to. The Road Burner™ line is an expression of a concept developed several years ago. Tested and designed for the true rider. The Road Burner line is a perfect fit of style and performance. The Road Burners have been tested for years before being released to the public. The patented and distinct Doublewall design means this exhaust will not discolor. The Road Burner brand is built using technology and over 30 years of manufacturing knowledge. This allowed us continuous advances due to testing, both in our state-of-the-art dyno room and real world testing on the street.

The Road Burner™ line-up will give your motorcycle the aggressive sound the factories can no longer provide. With several styles to choose from, you can now add the personal touch that will make your bike unique. Advanced 1-piece construction will give your bike a smooth feel without any rattling heatshields or hose clamps. We use patented Doublewall construction that revolutionized the motorcycle exhaust pipe industry. This design means no more heat shields or cheap hose clamps on your tricked out ride. Our pipes are guaranteed not to discolor.
  • Get performance and great styling with the Stepped Drag Pro
  • Features 3” diameter with 16 gauge steel tubing outer pipes
  • Most inner pipe starts at 1-3/4” then steps to a 1-7/8” and finally to 2”
  • Patented Doublewall design prevents these pipes from discoloring
  • Perfect for larger displacement motors
  • Stepped header design creates a “taper” which increases power
  • Increased performance, perfect for built motors
  • Long classic styling
  • Comes with standard spiral louvered cores
  • CNC machined billet aluminum end cap
  • 12-month manufacturer’s warranty against bluing

Jim O'Rourke
11/23/2009 10:37:25 PM

These pipes are absolutely the best I have ever heard (including a lot of Harleys). They have a deep thump while idling and an unbelievable roar when you get into the gas. At cruising speeds they are calm but as soon as you give them just a little gas they wake up into a deep roar to let the traffic know your there. Really I can’t say enough about these pipes. If you are debating getting them, just do it. I bought mine for $200.00 new and they are currently on closeouts all over the web for the metric bikes. I have read on forums that Hard Chrome is using Roadburner for their Harley Davidson line. So if you are looking for a pipe that will wake up the neighbor hood and not sound like a tin can or give you a head ache while riding these are the pipes you want to buy. Now for the not so good. Installation would have been a pain in the A@@ but I studied the ppes and instructions first. As long as you have a second pair of hands and a set of open end wrenches it should go smoothly. Make sure you follow the instructions. All you need to do to remove your stock pipes is, remove the two bolts at the bottom of the pipes holding them to you bike frame, remove the flange nuggets and pull them off (5 min’s top). Then mount the new bracket using the old hardware from you stock exhaust. Mount the front exhaust loosely to the cylinder head (this may take some work if you have big fingers have your wire or kid do it) then slip the nut in place in the rear of the pipe (important: use something o shim the nut otherwise the bolt won’t screw in) then finger tighten the bolt. Repeat every thing else. Once you have the flanges tighten, tighten up the rear bolts, then tighten up the mount and your done. Total install took me 30 minutes. I hope this helps.