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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-15-2004, 05:58 AM Thread Starter
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What sound does a Two Brothers slipon produce?

I hate to keep posting about slipons but I want to make the right decision. Someone with the same bike as mine had a Two Brothers but failed to describe the way it sounds. I am looking for a really deep rumbly, throaty sound. Can anyone give me some feedback? Thanks.
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Re: What sound does a Two Brothers slipon produce?

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I hate to keep posting about slipons but I want to make the right decision. Someone with the same bike as mine had a Two Brothers but failed to describe the way it sounds. I am looking for a really deep rumbly, throaty sound. Can anyone give me some feedback? Thanks.

I have that on my bike. It might sounds different on your bike though, being that mine is in V-4. It does have a rumbly growl to it though. Dunno if this helps any.

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Thanks for the input anyways Jester.
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"potato--potato--potato--potato--". If on a Harley. LOL
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funny enough I have a friend that has that, it is a little bit deeper and throatier than most exhaust, kinda between a c and d on a musical scale.
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Like this......




PLLLLBBBBBPPPPTTTTT..........PLLLLLLBBBBBPPPPPPPTT TT...... :-B


Does that help?
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No jimmy you have that wrong for that is the sound of the last few tries of a dieing battery in its attempt to start up a m/c & that last bit should be shorter on it letters. LOL
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www.twobros.com/

They have a sound clip of the 2bros on the f4i-It sounds even better in person though
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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-31-2004, 04:59 AM
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How about a d&d, if your looking for sound. Hey jester is your bike really a v-4?
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