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Screamin’ Eagle Street Cannon Performance Slip-On Mufflers

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Cue the orchestra. We tuned these mufflers to provide an exhaust note with some extra deep bass. You get the rumble you want and enhance that famous Harley sound, while preserving the peace with your neighbors.

  • Tuned baffles work with the large internal volume to strike the perfect balance required to deliver performance that you can feel
  • Large 4" diameter Street Cannons provide free flow of exhaust gases with just the right amount of back pressure for a smooth-running ride
  • Die-cast Screamin Eagle medallion adds a rich touch to your bikes profile
  • Large selection of end cap designs are available (sold separately)
  • Installation requires separate purchase of Muffler Clamps P/N 65296-95A (Qty 2) and end caps
  • 50-State U.S. EPA compliant
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Fits ’09-’16 Touring and ’09-later Trike models (except CVO™ models and ’10 FLHX and FLTRX models). Installation requires separate purchase of 4" end caps and Muffler Clamps P/N 65296-95A (Qty 2). All EFI models require ECM calibration for proper installation. ’17-later models require recalibration with Screamin’ Eagle Pro Street Tuner (sold separately). Labor cost not included. See Dealer for details.

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  • These Screamin' Eagle® products are 50-state street-legal for sale and use on all vehicles, including those that are pollution controlled. Complies with the requirements of 40 CFR Part 86, subparts E and F.

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There is no warranty on exhaust pipes and mufflers with regard to any discoloration. Blueing is caused by tuning characteristics, cam timing, carburetor jetting, over-heating, etc. and is not caused by defective manufacturing.

  • Material Content
    Steel
  • Warranty
    1 year limited warranty - See Customer Service section for details
  • Requires ECM Calibration
    Yes
  • Certifications
    50-State U.S. EPA compliant
  • Sold in Unit
    Pair
  • In The Box
    Pair of mufflers
  • Sold Separately
    Muffler Clamps P/N 65296-95A (Qty. 2), 2 end caps
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 112 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great exhaust I bought these for my 2009 Ultra Classic. Like other reviews I wanted something better then stock, but not to loud to be able to listen to the radio. These street cannons fit the bill. Nice deep sound, good rumble when hitting the throttle, and mellow out a bit at highway speeds for the radio. Another bonus is remapping wasn't needed, I did buy a Power Vision tuner to remap after installing a new air cleaner. August 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome exhaust! I purchased these exhaust for my 2016 Street Glide Special and I couldn't be happier. I wanted an exhaust that was louder and deeper than the stock exhaust and the street cannon exhaust are the perfect fit. They allow you to get a nice deep growl and still be able to listen to your radio at a comfortable volume. August 9, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love these slip ons I had my heart set on a set of Rinehart Racing slip ons. I heard them and thought those were the ones I wanted. Then by chance I heard my buddy's street glide and loved the nice low throaty sound. Much to my surprise they were street cannons. The more we rode the more I was sold on the street cannons. So off to Harley I went and $500 later I had a nice new set of street cannons on my 2016 Road Glide and I love it. Not to mention I saved about $400 I would have spent.. These slip ons have the perfect balance of sound and throaty rumble when you need it and are nice and tame at cruising speeds slightly louder than stock. Highly recommend. July 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exactly what I wanted!! I was looking for something more free flowing and not too loud. These Screaming Eagle Street Cannons are what I was looking for. I went with the short end caps and they look great! I wish I had done this sooner! Highly recommend! July 5, 2016
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The answer to your question is no you dont have to put a Stage 1 tuner to install these Street Cannons. My 2014 King runs and sounds real nice with these slip on's with out a tuner but stock. I have just under 24,000 miles and the Cannons look great and got throatier with added miles put through them. Good luck and ride safe!
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I Ride: 2014 Road King/2007 Sportster
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No. If you're only installing these, you do not have to tune the engine.
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Fort Lee, VA
I Ride: 2016 Ultra Classic
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After talking to many dealers opinions seem to vary and I wanted “HD’s”. What do I need to do to resolve my popping issue?
Installed at 1000 mile check up, returned shortly after with issue and dealer said it is normal. Issue worse at next 5000 mile check up and dealer said still normal. Dealer stated could try stage 1 tune upgrade or HD tuners but no guarantee on any. Does "HD" have a solution for me that is economical?
Will the popping cause issues with the bike long term?
2015 Ultra Limited all stock but 4" Street Cannons.
Would consider adding a new stage 1 intake if it resolves the issue.
July 11, 2016
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I Ride: 2015 Ultra Limited
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Thanks for the responses!
This is the kind of feed back I have been hearing, some say yes and others say no.
I was hoping a Harley Staff member would have replied but no luck.
I end up calling them and will try to state what they said. It is normal for the bike to have a pop. It happens with the stock exhaust also just not as easy to hear due to the pipes being quieter in nature. The tuning options "may" reduce some but not all of the popping. Best would be dyno and dollars but still could pop.....
If anything is miss stated here hopefully a Harley Staff member will clarify.
To close, I do love the sound of these pipes, nice growl when on the throttle and quiet enough when needed. If anyone is considering an exhaust upgrade you will most likely have some sort of pop during your deceleration it is the nature of the beast!
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As your new Street Cannons get a few miles they will have a more throatier note to them with normal carbon build up. Mine also do a popping noise on DE acceleration but not always, depends on the timing of your power stroke of the engine and the point when you de-accelerate. Both cylinders fire one after the other so to me as a master mechanic this is a normal occurrence when taking the load off the engine. A stage one will bring more air to the engine and make her breath better but I believe the popping will still be present. Good luck and safe riding!

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July 13, 2016
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I believe it is due to a running a hair lean issue. A slight popping is ok but to make it go away you can simply add a fuel processor of your choice which will enable the bike to run richer as necessary. In the process you will feel the better performance and the engine will run slightly cooler. A stage one will more than likely correct the popping issue as well, and I personally highly recommend it, or both is even better. Makes for a nice ride at a reasonable price with no regrets.
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I Ride: 2014 Uktra
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Straight from the HD parts manual: Fits 50 state '09-later touring and trike models (except '10 FLHX and FLTRX and models equipped with 110CI engines). So unfortunately it doesn't appear that they will fit. Seems odd to me, can't imagine the mounts being any different than a regular Street Glide but I've never really looked either.
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These street Cannons will fit your CVO, the only year after 2009 that the Cannons won't fit was the 2010 FLHX & FLTRX equipped withe the 110 ci engine. Good luck and I think they sound great, very pleased with them!

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Is there catalyst internal to the Street Cannons?
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No, the catalyst is in the head pipe.
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No there isn't. If you buy the FULL system there is, but on these slip ons there is no catalyst. I have a set on my 2016 Road King.
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No, the cat is not in the slip on muffler. I bought a set of these and they are an open design. You can see straight through them. To my knowledge the cat is somewhere in the header pipe. There shouldn't be a cat in any slip on pipe no matter what brand.
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Since it seems like these have the potential to fall off anyway, I'd just assume remove them myself -not to keen on the look anyway. How easy is it to do that? Is is similar to a gas tank emblem where you can just use sticker-goop remover?
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I had a pair of these on a bike not long ago. If I remember correctly they are stuck on like an emblem. If you don't like the way that they look anyway I would try to remove them. I was just talking with my local H-D Dealer last weekend about removing adhesive things such as reflectors and he told me the best way was to take heavy fishing line and work your way under the decal to break that adhesive then use goop remover to remove the residue. I would then polish with chrome cleaner. Hope this helps.
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