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D&D Exhaust




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At D&D Exhaust our passion is high performance exhaust pipes. For 30 years we have built quality hand made American exhaust pipes and for the last 7 years we have hand crafted exhaust pipes for American big-twin motorcycles that are dyno-tuned for performance.

David Rash, D&D Owner, began building pipes for his race bike because he needed more horsepower. 250,000 pipes later D&D Exhaust systems grace some of the world's fastest Harleys on the street and strip.

D&D uses the state of the art Super Flow Eddy Current Ram Air Dyno, Super Flow Flow Bench, and the first in the industry multi cylinder Lambda Fuel Air Ratio Sensors interfaced with the Dyno for real time meter and graph analysis.

Each pipe is tuned for performance and sound. Not only do D&D pipes look good, you can feel the enhanced deep rumble only a D&D equipped V-Twin can make.

To see how your bike will look and perform log on to the D&D Web site. (http://www.danddexhaust.com) Each Harley model has a dyno chart and dyno video.

Contact and Ordering Information:

D&D Performance Enterprises
2923 Edith Lane
Fort Worth, TX 76117
Email danddexhaust@msn.com.
Phone: (817) 834-8961


...TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT ON BIKERNET...

An Interview with the Emperor of Exhaust

About the Business of the Pope of Pipe and Exhaust Regulations

By Bandit, Dave Rash, and photos from Jennifer Barnard
In 1972 David Rash had a problem. He could not find the Exhaust Pipe he needed for his race bike. He knew that the proper exhaust for his engine configuration would give him an edge over his competition. However, no such pipe was available. So he did the only thing he could do. He fabricated his own pipe. Suddenly the industry faces severe regulations and we needed to share insights.
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5-Ball Racing 2014 Chapter 3, sorta

One Crazy Year Reaching for the Salt

By Bandit with photos by Wrench
This has been a scramble, and not exactly on time, but we’ve moved forward and the whole scenario is working out perfectly. We’ll see in about a week. If you believe in anything, you believe in your efforts to make your dreams come true.
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The Mudflap Girl FXR Saga

A Convoluted Story of Romance, Family, and the Open Road

By Bandit with photos by Markus Cuff
It all started when a brother was desperate for cash and I bought a basket case Dyna, and with the help of JIMS machine turned it into an FXR. I started to build it for my son, Frank, the tattoo artist, around an old Kenny Boyce-styled pro street frame. Making progress on this build, with a massive upside down Custom Chrome front end, a brother stumbled into my shop and told me about Paul Cavallo ...
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THE BRASS BALLS BRAWLER (FXR) COMES TO BIKERNET

A Very Tight Rider Is Now Available

By Bandit with photos from Brass Balls Cycles Staff
I'm forced to say this, but Brass Balls Cycles and Big Bear Choppers are now building FXR configuration motorcycles for about the same price. That's a good thing, since the road-riding customer has two models and companies to choose from, and that gives us some solid comparisons. Over the next month we will also feature a Big Bear FXR, so here's your first shot at a $30,000 FXR.
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D&D DYNA SWITCHBACK FAT CAT 2-into-1

For 104 Horses and 112 ft./lbs. of Torque

Text and photos by Doc Robinson with some assistance from his wife, Jane
My wife Jane bought a 2012 Dyna Switchback after 22 years of FXR ownership, and this new bike has become another test bed machine. The next step to boost its power was to consider a better performing exhaust for which we turned to D&D for one of their Fat Cat 2-into-1 full systems.
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5-Ball Racing 2014, Part I—the Concept

Where did this Assalt Weapon II Notion Come From?

By Bandit with photos by everyone
As I munched bacon-laced pancakes, we shot the shit with the two notorious sun and wind-burnt, desert outlaws. They were a scruffy bunch. Larry P. is now a member of the Hessians MC, while Bob T. lives with his family in a blistering 40-foot container buried in desert sand. He doesn’t like people and surrounds himself with heavy armor. At one point in the conversation, Larry said casually, “I have...
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Bullet for Da Blues

A Spitfire Custom Sporty for a Down Brother

By Bandit with photos by Markus Cuff
When brother Jim stumbled into the Spitfire Motorcycles machine shop and asked to talk to a longtime friend, Paul Cavallo, the master immediately recognized the anguish in his friend’s eyes. Jim faced the muzzle of a double-barreled divorce. Paul immediately knew a cure. In fact, Dave Rash, the boss of D&D Exhaust, calls motorcycles “Two-wheeled valiums.”
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Mudflap Girl FXR Part 12—She meets S&S

Quick Cam, Pushrod, Breather Install at Bennett’s Performance

By Bandit with photos by Wrench
Okay, so it’s time to turn the Pro Street version of the Mudflap over to my son, Frank, but first we couldn’t leave the bone stock remanufactured 80-inch Evo alone. I reached out to S&S for a cam recommendation as they recently built a relationship with Crane Cams.
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