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2011 Harley Dyna: SuperTrapp Exhaust

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SuperTrapp Industries is one of the first to announce their exhaust options for the 2011 Harley-Davidson Dyna models. They offer everything from slip-ons to full systems and tunable to non-tunable exhausts.

Fitments for: Dyna Street Bob (FXDB), Dyna Super Glide Custom (FXDC), Dyna Fat Bob (FXDF), Dyna Wide Glide (FXDWG).

Exhaust / Part No. / MSRP

SuperTrapp 2:1 SuperMegs System, Chrome, 828-71574, $699

SuperTrapp 2:1 SuperMegs System – Black 827-71574 $749

Kerker 2:1 SuperMegs System – Chrome 128-71574 $629

Kerker 2:1 SuperMegs System – Black 127-71574 $699

Internal Disc Series Slip-Ons – Chrome w/ Tapered End Caps* 628-78088 $529

Road Legends X Pipes System – Chrome 138-71580 $873

Road Legends X Pipes System – Black 138-71582 $901

Road Legends X Pipes System – Silver 138-71584 $922

Mean Mothers System – Chrome – Staggered* 138-72590 $669

* = does not fit Dyna Fat Bob (FXDF)

The SuperTrapp and Kerker 2:1 SuperMegs both work with OEM forward and mid controls.

Both are available in chrome or black. The SuperTrapp 2:1 is tunable and provides a 15% bolt-on horsepower gain across the board. Both feature a rebuildable core and packing.

Internal Disc Series are tunable and provide a 10 – 15-percent horsepower gain. Heatshields, chrome end caps and 3″ discs are included.

The Road Legends X Pipes, another Yaffe-design, offer that over-and-under shotgun look and sound. X Pipes offer that classic, deep, loud, drag pipe tone.

The removable louvered baffles come pre-installed. Optional end caps and heatshields are available to customize the look.

Mean Mothers are serious. They offer a 33-percent weight savings and an 8% horsepower gain over stock. These are drag pipes with a Hot-Rod sounds that lets out an intense, booming roar. Three different end cap options are available. The pre-installed baffles and heatshields are also replaceable.

All Tunable SuperTrapp exhausts include discs and truly demonstrate the performance and customization that a tunable exhaust has to offer as it doesn’t lock you into any one type of sound or performance. Rather, it allows you to adjust your exhaust to your riding style.

Adding discs will increase the horsepower, exhaust tone and flow. Subtracting discs will reduce the sound and increase low-end torque.

There’s something for everyone.

For more information on all SuperTrapp exhausts, visit SuperTrapp.com, or call 216-265-8400.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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