I have been looking everywhere for the 2" tip for the rincon but can't find it. I remember someone saying something about them being on e-bay but I'm still not able to find it can someone point me in the right direction for this.
There isn't one currently listed on Ebay. If you go to "completed listings" though, you can see what it looks like, possibly even contact them if you are interested. I have one and added a spark arrestor. Adds a nice sound but not too loud.
04rinconman, i just e-mailed the person selling the 2" exhaust tip,and they had actually forgot to list the tips ,so she just put 2 more up,i know that for a fact because i just bought one of them.Sooo their you go
I got mine at Dennis Kirk, #448710, $13.99. It is made by Pro Moto Billet and is a perfect fit. Someone on here in a previous post was the one to find this. The whole total $ you end up with in the tip is kinda high but the sound is good and you don't have any pipe fitment or heat issues.
Price drop on the 2" tips. Currently listed on e-bay for $29.99 plus shipping. Mine just came in the mail. I will install it tonight. Can't wait to hear that deeper tone everyone has described in previous posts. I am running the DJ #144 jet with a K&N air filter. I will check the plug after a good run and see if I need to re-jet... 'eBay Rincon Exhaust Tip
The rincon sounds much better with this quick and easy mod. The first thing I noticed, that no one seems to have mentioned, was that it hit the rev-limiter hard and about 3-4 miles per hour eariler in first gear, compared to the stock end cap. Runing wide open from a dead stop. So it will make your engine turn more RPM's quicker. My initial test ride was with the stock tires back on as well. Can't wait to go for a long ride this weekend.. Sounds great though! A good low cost mod.
This one seems to be the one that Guitars ordered.
Anyone here have this one?
I think the second one looks better but I'm curious to see if the spark arrestor Topgun mentioned will work the same. I just ordered a jet kit and air filter, so next will be a tip. Leaning towards the second.
The spark arrestor should work with either one. The thin metal ring on it actually gets pinched between your tip and the muffler. I'll see if I can dig up a picture but basically it is a coned shaped screen with a flange on it. The cone fits tightly into the hole in the muffler and the flange is what gets pinched under the new tip.
would the Rincon be running lean and therefore heat up? Is that what you mean by watch the heat light? Would adding the K&N filter on top of this exhaust tip make jetting changes mandatory, or is the Rincon running pretty rich from the factory anyway?
Check out this pic. It's my wife circa 1991 on my first Harley; a 1973 FLH. Nice wife, and nice Harley. I kept her, but sold the bike.