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V&H CS One question
« on: March 15, 2012, 11:41:06 am »
Good morning.  For those members with knowledge of the Vance & Hines CSOne....did the sound insert come with it?  If it did, what sizes does V&H include in the box?  If no inserts where included, how did you order and do you recall the part number?

Using vendor and V&H sites I am finding it almost impossible to determine with certainty whether one is included (most sites say they are insert capable).  I am also finding it tough to confirm (again with certainty) that the inserts listed on some of the vendors sites are actually the ones I would need. 

Thanks in advance for any insight!
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2012, 12:35:38 pm »
I have the black V&H CSone installed on my 2010.  I believe it comes with the largest insert they provide, installed.  I found someone on the forum selling a 1 7/8" insert, which I purchased and does quite it down a bit.  I like it.  However, I can't honestly tell you exactly where on the net to purchase from.  I would suggest contacting V&H directly.  They should be able to assist.
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2012, 11:07:45 am »
I have the black V&H CSone installed on my 2010.  I believe it comes with the largest insert they provide, installed.  I found someone on the forum selling a 1 7/8" insert, which I purchased and does quite it down a bit.  I like it.  However, I can't honestly tell you exactly where on the net to purchase from.  I would suggest contacting V&H directly.  They should be able to assist.

Larry, I am looking to purchase the CS One slip on. I have been on some sites and Tube trying to listen to the sound and it sounds good. Are you pleased with them or wish you had purchased something else. I like the Two brothers sound as well but like the looks of the CS One. You thoughts?
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #3 on: April 18, 2012, 11:28:36 am »
I did quite a bit of research and for me, I just liked the sound and the look of the CSOne on the bike.  For me, it's what I wanted and am very happy with it.  I haven't had any of the other can's on my bike....have a Muzzy's titanium on my 2001 ZX-6R and that sounds good as well.  To each his own I guess.  I do not believe you will be disappointed.
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2012, 11:43:10 am »
Good morning Rocketman.

I decided to go with the CS One as well and have been pleased with it.  I have had quite a few different brands of pipes over the years and the CS One quality and finish are impressive.  There were a couple of things I liked about the CS One....these are clearly my opinions only but maybe something to consider. 

-One was the shape of the muffler itself.  The angular shape seemed to fit with the lines of the bike better than a round or oval.
-Two was the alignment of the muffler to the bottom of the saddlebag.  Many of the pipes I saw pictures of it seemed the muffler and the bottom of the bag were not parallel.

I have not ordered a sound insert for the muffler yet.  The only time I am wishing I had one is during my early morning departure for work when I am ridding out of the neighborhood (I'm getting good at short-shifting).  All other times and out on the highway the sound does not seem intrusive and when you ride the bike aggressively and wind it up a bit....it sounds glorious!:-)  Even my wife commented after a ride that it sounded good and was not too loud.

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #5 on: April 18, 2012, 12:10:53 pm »
The CSOne comes with a wide open the insert. If you want a smaller diameter, you have to order it separately. I don't know what the cost is of the inserts. I tried their smallest insert (I think it was 1.5) and it made a noticeable reduction in sound, but it was still louder than stock, especially when you get on the throttle. The insert is removed with a small set screw in the bottom of the end of the can, and you then pull it out and replace it with a different size.

From an astethic standpoint, I think the CSOne is the best looking pipe out there, but if you're looking for quiet, then I suggest you look at the the LeoVince.

I have a photo gallery here that shows the insert:
http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/csone


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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #6 on: April 19, 2012, 12:26:09 am »
Just purchased the 1.5. It changes the tone and is more mellow.  Called V & H. Had it in one week.  Cost$50.

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #7 on: April 19, 2012, 01:52:03 pm »
I tend to agree with all of you. I took the plung, they will be at my door next Thurdsay. By far IMO they are the best looking out their. I cant wait to install and see how they sound.
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #8 on: April 19, 2012, 02:04:56 pm »
Although biased (since I have one myself) I think you made a great choice!  Did you go with the polished or black?  Although I really like the black I decided to go with the polished....only because I know I can get my metal polish out to touch up the finish if there is a need.  Although I was a little worried about the 'bling' of a polished can....I think it adds a nice contrast to the black color of the bike. 

I'm sure you will enjoy it and before you slip it on....take note of the weight difference...it is pretty amazing!
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #9 on: April 24, 2012, 10:03:13 am »
The CSOne comes with a wide open the insert. If you want a smaller diameter, you have to order it separately. I don't know what the cost is of the inserts. I tried their smallest insert (I think it was 1.5) and it made a noticeable reduction in sound, but it was still louder than stock, especially when you get on the throttle. The insert is removed with a small set screw in the bottom of the end of the can, and you then pull it out and replace it with a different size.

From an astethic standpoint, I think the CSOne is the best looking pipe out there, but if you're looking for quiet, then I suggest you look at the the LeoVince.

I have a photo gallery here that shows the insert:
http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/csone


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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #10 on: April 27, 2012, 12:07:46 am »
Finally recieved my new CS one exhaust. Took it out of the box and everything looked great, took off my stock system and started to install. Looked at mid pipe and noticed it only had one spring retainer loop instead of two. Then I realized that it was 90 degrees off from top. Hmm, Then I started looking for the mounting bolt that held the muffler bracket, no where to be found. Now I'm getting pissed seeing that I waited so long to recieve it.

 Had to call Distributor and they said call V&H, so I did and they dont understand what happen, so bottom line is now I have to wait till they make a new mid pipe in production which is going to take another week. As you can tell, Im not a happy camper at this point. Just hate waitng for new farkles lol

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #11 on: April 27, 2012, 07:19:12 am »
Why is it that I never hear these stories about all the other pipe manufacturers? Just when I think V&H has gotten their collective butts together. Along comes another story of how someones new CS ONE has something drastically wrong with it. They may look nice, but come on!   ???

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #12 on: April 27, 2012, 10:19:30 am »
Yup, I agree  just frustrating as hell. Hopefully they will get it right the second time.
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #13 on: April 27, 2012, 01:20:51 pm »
I just received mine was very easy to install and I agree with Fred it looks great

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #14 on: April 27, 2012, 04:21:51 pm »
Sorry to hear of the trouble Rocket.  Reading your post prompted me to go outside and look at mine.....I only have one spring clip on the mid-pipe as well.  When installed on the bike the clip on the inside of the pipe (facing the wheel).  Both springs clip to that same point.  On the bolts....I am trying to recall but believe I re-used one or both of the OEM bolts. 

I can check the box when I get home if it helps....
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #15 on: April 27, 2012, 05:51:24 pm »
do you have a part number or a dealer for the insert?

I called Vance & Hines and they said that they only have one insert:  A165SSN and that it only drops it down a couple of decibals.

Again I love the look and the throaty sound but would like it alittle quieter.

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #16 on: April 27, 2012, 07:19:55 pm »
Did you have two clips or one just on the inside. I only have one
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #17 on: April 27, 2012, 07:22:22 pm »
If you look at Rsorrell2 picture, you can see that he has it on top and bottom the way it should be. O boy, did I open a can of worms or what
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #18 on: April 27, 2012, 07:31:22 pm »
There is 1 clip on the mid pipe and 2 clips on the slip on. The springs mount upper and lower on the slip on to the 1 mounting point on the back of the mid pipe.

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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #19 on: April 27, 2012, 08:05:12 pm »
The CSOne comes with a wide open the insert. If you want a smaller diameter, you have to order it separately. I don't know what the cost is of the inserts. I tried their smallest insert (I think it was 1.5) and it made a noticeable reduction in sound, but it was still louder than stock, especially when you get on the throttle. The insert is removed with a small set screw in the bottom of the end of the can, and you then pull it out and replace it with a different size.

From an astethic standpoint, I think the CSOne is the best looking pipe out there, but if you're looking for quiet, then I suggest you look at the the LeoVince.

I have a photo gallery here that shows the insert:
http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/csone




Fred, does your springs go to one clip on the inside as well as a few other people? Now Im doughting if I do have the wrong set or not. My Busa had one clip on top and one at the bottom
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #20 on: April 27, 2012, 08:09:06 pm »
The CSOne comes with a wide open the insert. If you want a smaller diameter, you have to order it separately. I don't know what the cost is of the inserts. I tried their smallest insert (I think it was 1.5) and it made a noticeable reduction in sound, but it was still louder than stock, especially when you get on the throttle. The insert is removed with a small set screw in the bottom of the end of the can, and you then pull it out and replace it with a different size.

From an astethic standpoint, I think the CSOne is the best looking pipe out there, but if you're looking for quiet, then I suggest you look at the the LeoVince.

I have a photo gallery here that shows the insert:
http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/csone




Fred, does your springs go to one clip on the inside as well as a few other people? Now Im doughting if I do have the wrong set or not. My Busa had one clip on top and one at the bottom


Your fine bro. I have seen atleast a dozen of the CSone's on the C14. They all have 1 spring mounting point on the mid pipe.


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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #21 on: April 27, 2012, 08:24:46 pm »
The CSOne comes with a wide open the insert. If you want a smaller diameter, you have to order it separately. I don't know what the cost is of the inserts. I tried their smallest insert (I think it was 1.5) and it made a noticeable reduction in sound, but it was still louder than stock, especially when you get on the throttle. The insert is removed with a small set screw in the bottom of the end of the can, and you then pull it out and replace it with a different size.

From an astethic standpoint, I think the CSOne is the best looking pipe out there, but if you're looking for quiet, then I suggest you look at the the LeoVince.

I have a photo gallery here that shows the insert:
http://www.pbase.com/fredharmon/csone




Fred, does your springs go to one clip on the inside as well as a few other people? Now Im doughting if I do have the wrong set or not. My Busa had one clip on top and one at the bottom


Your fine bro. I have seen atleast a dozen of the CSone's on the C14. They all have 1 spring mounting point on the mid pipe.


You have made my day my friend, now I still have to wait on the mounting bolt but thats better than 2 weeks. I called V&H and told them the scoop and they are going to just send the missing bolt. Again, thanks for your help and taking time to take the pic. Much appreciated

Now I have to look at your pipe for the next 4-5 days and drewl till I get this bolt Im missing  :'(
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #22 on: April 27, 2012, 08:44:49 pm »
RR, Which bolt are you missing? If it's the one for the tab on the mid pipe next to the center stand, use your oem one.
Here is a pic of the spring locations.


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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #23 on: April 27, 2012, 09:46:45 pm »
It's the bolt that connects the muffler bracket to the peg. Thanks for the pic. I understand the connection point now, just different from my Busa I was basing it on. It makes for a cleaner look from the outside.

Thanks for all your help!
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Re: V&H CS One question
« Reply #24 on: April 29, 2012, 12:50:21 am »
Finally got it installed today. Went to local Kawasaki shop and purchased a bolt that will work until the correct length comes in next week from V&H.

The outcome, well "AWESOME"  :) The sound is just right, not to loud and sounds great when you get on it. Totally satified now that the issues have been resolved.

A special thanks to Axxman for sending me the picture so I could see what the heck was going on.
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