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on: November 06, 2020, 06:55:16 pm
What a difference with 2 mods- AEW  retro "frankfurter" style exhaust and the DNA air filter.  These slip-ons in comparison make the OEM exhaust look large and bulbous. For anyone who is considering the AEW 201- go for it, they look great. A little extra bark with the decibel reducer in, I would imagine they are loud with  out. The DNA filter gives a great intake sound. With both mods a very satisfying acceleration experience. and a cool retro look
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Reply #1 on: November 06, 2020, 08:02:04 pm
What a difference with 2 mods- AEW  retro "frankfurter" style exhaust and the DNA air filter.  These slip-ons in comparison make the OEM exhaust look large and bulbous. For anyone who is considering the AEW 201- go for it, they look great. A little extra bark with the decibel reducer in, I would imagine they are loud with  out. The DNA filter gives a great intake sound. With both mods a very satisfying acceleration experience. and a cool retro look
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And they don't need the gasket dance or reducers, etc. They fit onto the header pipe exactly.
Style is style and I love that there are so many. For me my choice metric is weight, flow, saddle bag space and style in that order. That said, the pea shooter style also aids my fondness of the sleeper-bike. (don't know if that is a worldwide term)
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Reply #2 on: November 07, 2020, 12:18:16 am
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And they don't need the gasket dance or reducers, etc. They fit onto the header pipe exactly.
Style is style and I love that there are so many. For me my choice metric is weight, flow, saddle bag space and style in that order. That said, the pea shooter style also aids my fondness of the sleeper-bike. (don't know if that is a worldwide term)
Those look great! ;D


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Reply #3 on: November 08, 2020, 12:24:53 am
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And they don't need the gasket dance or reducers, etc. They fit onto the header pipe exactly.
Style is style and I love that there are so many. For me my choice metric is weight, flow, saddle bag space and style in that order. That said, the pea shooter style also aids my fondness of the sleeper-bike. (don't know if that is a worldwide term)

What did you do with the clip for the cover?
I really like the cans but I am waiting for the Hitchcock headers.
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Reply #4 on: November 08, 2020, 12:53:08 am
What did you do with the clip for the cover?
I really like the cans but I am waiting for the Hitchcock headers.
Nothing. I decided to disappear it from my mind. (at least for now)
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Reply #5 on: November 08, 2020, 02:43:27 am
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And they don't need the gasket dance or reducers, etc. They fit onto the header pipe exactly.
Style is style and I love that there are so many. For me my choice metric is weight, flow, saddle bag space and style in that order. That said, the pea shooter style also aids my fondness of the sleeper-bike. (don't know if that is a worldwide term)
Do you have a link to check these out?


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Reply #6 on: November 08, 2020, 04:00:18 am
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Reply #7 on: November 08, 2020, 11:06:52 am
 Yes there is a welded loop for the clips that attach to the cosmetic cover, which becomes exposed with any slip on that interferes with the cover. These slip-ons look so good that you overlook the imperfections of the OEM headers,- the clip as well as the silver paint over the welds on the headers. The only solution would be to go full system. The endless pursuit of perfection. I personally prefer to call it a day an just ride!
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Reply #8 on: November 11, 2020, 05:09:38 pm


Like the fact they give you much more space for saddle bags or hard bags. At the current exchange rate (74 rupees=$1USD) they are about $230, not bad at all. That's for the stainless steel version, the chromed steel ones are less expensive.


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Reply #9 on: November 13, 2020, 11:22:35 am
Yes there is a welded loop for the clips that attach to the cosmetic cover, which becomes exposed with any slip on that interferes with the cover. These slip-ons look so good that you overlook the imperfections of the OEM headers,- the clip as well as the silver paint over the welds on the headers. The only solution would be to go full system. The endless pursuit of perfection. I personally prefer to call it a day an just ride!
The newer version of these have a very tidy extension which covers the clip and makes it almost look like a full system.
My system is the same as yours and I tried not to notice the header connection but eventually it got to me.
I used the original cover with a slight modification to cover the joint, the clip was cut off.
I used my hands to press the ends of the cover into a shape very close to the new slip on curve and secured it in position by screwing a stainless steel radiator hose clamp to the cover and around the exhaust pipe.
Not perfect but its close enough.
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Reply #10 on: November 13, 2020, 09:52:38 pm
The newer version of these have a very tidy extension which covers the clip and makes it almost look like a full system.
My system is the same as yours and I tried not to notice the header connection but eventually it got to me.
I used the original cover with a slight modification to cover the joint, the clip was cut off.
I used my hands to press the ends of the cover into a shape very close to the new slip on curve and secured it in position by screwing a stainless steel radiator hose clamp to the cover and around the exhaust pipe.
Not perfect but its close enough.
Lots of mufflers come with covers. The S&S have the cleanest design. The picture you show are not AEW TE 201s.


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Reply #11 on: November 14, 2020, 11:01:27 am
Lots of mufflers come with covers. The S&S have the cleanest design. The picture you show are not AEW TE 201s.
My mistake, I mixed up the numbers, I've shown the TE 102 slipons
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Reply #12 on: November 15, 2020, 04:56:47 pm
hello there, yes indeed, these aew 201 look great and allow more room for bags. The question I was asking myself is whether they have any incidence in the running of the engine? More/less power and torque?  I asked  AEW whether they had carried out any dyno test and they said no... Do you know if anyone has? or  simply noticed any changes ?
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Reply #13 on: November 15, 2020, 05:56:48 pm
hello there, yes indeed, these aew 201 look great and allow more room for bags. The question I was asking myself is whether they have any incidence in the running of the engine? More/less power and torque?  I asked  AEW whether they had carried out any dyno test and they said no... Do you know if anyone has? or  simply noticed any changes ?
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I have those. I don't have a dyno.
If it matters, I first did the change to the S&S air cleaner. (better)
Then added the BoosterPlug. (better)
Then switched from OEM silencers to the 201 (better)
My engine runs perfectly. Low end, mid-range, top end.
I have a fixed set of roads that I have used for 15 years to compare any changes on all my motorcycles.
Better!
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Reply #14 on: November 15, 2020, 11:14:50 pm
I have those. I don't have a dyno.
If it matters, I first did the change to the S&S air cleaner. (better)
Then added the BoosterPlug. (better)
Then switched from OEM silencers to the 201 (better)
My engine runs perfectly. Low end, mid-range, top end.
I have a fixed set of roads that I have used for 15 years to compare any changes on all my motorcycles.
Better!

I also have this combo (dna filter) and it does purr along nicely at all speeds.
Drink now....avoid the Xmas rush.
greetings from Brisbane, Australia