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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by Jkwan0902 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 12:45 am


Does anybody have a video of what it sounds like?
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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by vcyclenut » Wed Oct 31, 2018 5:09 pm


pic stolen from facebook,

I have these on sale with my flash on my site



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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by Zotto » Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:01 pm


When you receive the pipes could you please send a couple close ups to how the slip-on attaches to the stock pipe as well as a profile from the rear, with and without bags. Same with the silver slip-on.

Looks good I thought from the original picture, the can was more on an upword angle. This looks like it will fit nicely under the stock saddle bags.

I would be interested in the filter /tune / slip-on at amazing Black Friday pricing!

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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by UFO » Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:21 pm


Unfortunately Brock's website now says "Not recommended for use with saddle bags"

Although it looks like it should work fine. :(
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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by Zotto » Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:50 am


UFO wrote:
Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:21 pm
Unfortunately Brock's website now says "Not recommended for use with saddle bags"

Although it looks like it should work fine. :(
Well that kinda ruined my day...
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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by Zotto » Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:51 am


Nice video btw .. the pipe looks nice and sounds strong, good fitment as well.
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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by UFO » Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:36 am


Zotto wrote:
Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:51 am
Nice video btw .. the pipe looks nice and sounds strong, good fitment as well.
I know. I was literally going to order the bundle from vcyclenut tomorrow. :( :( Now I'm re-thinking. Do I go with the Yosh or take a chance that the Predator will work fine with bags? Or figure out some heat shielding.

It's just frustrating that a bike clearly meant as a sport-tourer with many people owning panniers, and exhaust devs seem to just ignore that fact. :bash: :doh:
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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by Zotto » Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:46 am


UFO wrote:
Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:36 am
Zotto wrote:
Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:51 am
Nice video btw .. the pipe looks nice and sounds strong, good fitment as well.
I know. I was literally going to order the bundle from vcyclenut tomorrow. :( :( Now I'm re-thinking. Do I go with the Yosh or take a chance that the Predator will work fine with bags? Or figure out some heat shielding.

It's just frustrating that a bike clearly meant as a sport-tourer with many people owning panniers, and exhaust devs seem to just ignore that fact. :bash: :doh:
I agree with this. Why even bother designing a pipe if it cant be used with stock bags... if that was the case i would of bought a H2 instead..

There is a thread going regarding heat shielding that looks like it died back in July, I have posted there regarding heat shielding and if Ken has had any luck with his home cooked idea.

Also if Brock is going to go to this length of making a pipe for a sports tourer, then maybe also design and test heat shielding that can be attached in a professional way to the pipe side bag.

Really need to see how the bag fits with the pipe installed. Vcyclenut can you do this for reference when you get your pipes? please and thank you.
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Re: H2 SX Brock’s Performance Predator Slipon Exhaust

Post by UFO » Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:50 am


But why make such a longish muffler if it isn't compatible with panniers? If there's no intent of supporting panniers just make the slipon shorter and more sporty looking, perhaps with even a higher mount coming off the connecting pipe. Strange design choices.

Here are a few more pics from FB:
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