BC902-075-V2-PRegular price $799.95
Handcrafted from strong and good looking 304 stainless steel, the Hog Slayers use British Customs’ exclusive Louver Core Baffle design. It maximizes airflow, creates just the right amount of back pressure, sounds amazing and never needs maintenance or repacking.
The Hog Slayer not only breathes better for more lowend torque, it makes a statement without offending. Engineered to be quiet at idle, the Hog Slayers don’t announce their presence until you’ve left the world in your mirrors, coming truly alive under full power.
The Hog Slayer system also shaves a full 12 pounds off the Thunderbird’s OEM exhaust. It’s slimmer and shorter than stock for style and the weight savings will be appreciated in the twisties. All welds are ground for seamless finish. The mirrorshine polished finish looks even better than chrome and will never rust, pit or corrode – plus it’s easier to maintain.
Note: Updated version of Hog Slayers are designed to work with factory heat shields and does not have a BC logo stamped on it. Heat shields shown in photo are no longer included.
Each state has its own emissions and inspection requirements. In California, this is managed by the Air Resources Board (CARB for short). CARB has determined that certain aftermarket motorcycle parts are not legal for sale or highway use in the state of California. Items subject to this determination include certain exhausts, fuel controllers, and other parts that might affect a vehicle's emissions.
British Customs has determined to the best of its ability which items are CARB approved and which items are not - items that are not CARB approved are not able to be shipped to addresses in California or used for on-road use in California.
Items that are not CARB approved may still be utilized in the state of California, provided that they are not used on a public road (i.e. only used on a closed course or offroad). At this time, British Customs cannot verify if a product is used for closed circuit or off-road use and cannot ship to addresses in California.
For more information, please refer to the CARB's information page.