Motorcycle Types Cruiser Supertrapp exhaust for 2010 Harley FLH / FLT

Supertrapp exhaust for 2010 Harley FLH / FLT


SuperTrapp Industries is a leading manufacturer of comprehensive performance exhaust systems for a variety of motor vehicle applications, including motorcycles, ATV and automotive.

SuperTrapp offers ten exhaust slip-on options for the 2010 Harley-Davidson FLH / FLT such as:

>> SE Series ’10 P/N 128-65117

>> Kerker Slip-Ons ’10 P/N 128-78120

>> Kerker Slip-Ons Double Espresso P/N 128-78001

>> Internal Disc Series with Turndown End Cap P/N 628-78053

>> Internal Disc Series with Fishtail End Cap P/N 628-78054

>> Internal Disc Series with Tapered End Cap P/N 628-78055

>> Megaphone Series Chrome Megaphone P/N 728-78053

>> Megaphone Series with Chrome Slash Megaphone P/N 728-78054

>> Kerker Slip-Ons with Mikuni Core P/N 128-78045

>> FatShots Slip-Ons P/N 728-71576

There is a brand new version of the SE Series specifically designed for the 2010 models. It has all of the great features of the SE Series but has been redesigned to produce that signature SE sound on the new bikes. SE Series have been used by one of the world’s largest OEM’s for years. They’re the champion of numerous magazine shootouts with a 10 – 12% horsepower gain. SE’s are the king of bottom-mid range torque with a steady, tough, low rumble and are only 3dB louder than stock.

A new Kerker Slip-On has also been developed specifically for the 2010 models. Although the majority of slip-ons in the market today will fit the new bikes, their sound quality does not meet customer expectations. The 2010 stock head pipes were redesigned by the factory and we developed these new Kerker Slip-Ons to produce that signature Kerker sound in conjunction with these new factory head pipes. Kerker Slip-Ons have a proven 12 – 13% horsepower gains with great mid-high range power. Kerker Slip-Ons are 8dB louder than stock with a profound, deep, throaty rumble. Adding a Mikuni Core provides peak performance and ultimate flow.

SE Series and Kerker Slip-Ons are compatible with 14 end caps, including the brand new, Yaffe-designed Holy Moly end caps, to allow riders the ultimate in personalization.

Riders will be thrilled to know that SuperTrapp’s newly-released FatShots Slip-Ons will also fit their ride. These new 3.5″ diameter, fully chrome plated muffler bodies flare out to a 4″, slash cut end with a straight through 2″ diameter, pillow-pack wrapped performance core that is capped off with the legendary SuperTrapp 4″ discs and polished trim ring.

By adjusting the number of discs, these new FatShots Slip-Ons have the ability to be the quietest performance muffler out there with a richer stock level sound, but enhanced performance. It performs better than stock in a sound compliant configuration.

These Slip-Ons truly demonstrate the performance and customization that a tunable exhaust has to offer. Adding 4″ discs will increase the horsepower, exhaust tone and flow. Subtracting 4″ discs will reduce the sound and increase low-end torque.

FatShots Slip-Ons come complete with twenty-four 4″ discs and all of the necessary hardware and mounting instructions, so you can get back on the road in no time.

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