SUCK AND BLOW

RED THUN­DER EX­HAUST AND ARLEN NESS BIG SUCKER IN­STALL

Hot Bike - - News -

Red Thun­der Ex­haust and Arlen Ness Big Sucker in­stall ..........................................

We have been hear­ing for a few years about an Ital­ian-made ex­haust known as Red Thun­der. Af­ter many failed at­tempts we fi­nally got our grubby hands on one to test on our 2015 H-D Dyna Low Rider. Af­ter hear­ing good things from the few folks in the US who had this pipe on their bikes, we knew we had to get an in­take to match the up­graded per­for­mance ex­haust. Af­ter a bit of thought we went with the tried-and-true Arlen Ness Bike Sucker due to the good luck we have had with them in the past as well as the unit’s clas­sic good looks. Next month we will be putting the bike on the dyno and get­ting some real num­bers, so stay tuned, but for now check out how we went about in­stalling these sim­ple yet ef­fec­tive bolt-on up­grades. HB

SOURCES: ARLEN NESS ar­len­ness.com RED THUN­DER EX­HAUST redthun­derex­haust.com

1

The Red Thun­der pipe comes with ev­ery­thing needed to in­stall it on the bike.

2 Both the front and rear head pipes were in­stalled first.

3

We in­stalled the beefy Red Thun­der muf­fler bracket to the bike’s trans­mis­sion.

5 The front header mount was tight­ened as per Red Thun­der’s specs.

4

The muf­fler eas­ily slid onto the Red Thun­der head pipes and was tight­ened down.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.