Motorcycle Types Cruiser SuperTrapp: Harley FLH Black True Duals

SuperTrapp: Harley FLH Black True Duals

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SuperTrapp Harley-Davidson Exhaust

SuperTrapp has released True Dual head pipes for 1985 through 2012 Harley-Davidson Baggers to complement SuperTrapp and Kerker Black Slip-Ons. Or the rider can pair the black dual head pipes with other SuperTrapp of Kerker Slip-Ons for a totally customized look.

The new True Dual head pipes are chrome pipes that include black heat shields. Black heat shields will also be sold separately for riders who purchased SuperTrapp Chrome True Duals and now want to add a blacked out look to their head pipes.

The design of these SuperTrapp True Dual head pipes accommodates the newer 12mm heated Oxygen sensor and new sensor locations that The Motor Company changed on the 2010 and up FLH / FLT models.

SuperTrapp True Duals feature 2.25″ full length Chrome or Black heat shields for ’09 – ’12 Harley-Davidson FLH models to ensure a cool ride for both the rider and the passenger. For ’85 – ’08 models, the true duals feature 2″ full length Chrome or Black heat shields.

SuperTrapp True Duals are compatible with numerous SuperTrapp and Kerker Slip-Ons such as the tunable, disc-based FatShots, Megaphones and Internal Disc Series Slip-Ons.

SuperTrapp True Duals are also compatible with their non disc-based Slip-Ons, such as SuperTrapp and Kerker Stout 4″ Slip-Ons, which are both available in chrome or black, SE Series, Kerker Series and Mean Mothers Slip-Ons.

SE and Kerker Slip-Ons are compatible with 17 end caps allowing riders to customize their look.

SuperTrapp True Duals come complete with hardware and mounting instructions allowing riders to be on the road in no time.

SuperTrapp True Dual Head Pipe Fitment:

  • 2012 – 2012 Harley-Davidson FLH / FLT / Part Number: 167-72580 / MSRP: $499
  • 2009 Harley-Davidson FLH / FLT / 167-72578 / $499
  • 1985-2008 Harley-Davidson H-D FLH / FLT / 167-72574 / $449

For more info, visit or call 216-265-8400. Request complimentary catalogs and e-newsletters of SuperTrapp Industries’ various brands by clicking on the “Contact Us” tab.

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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