Screamin' Eagle Street Performance Sportster Shorty Dual Mufflers

    Part Number 80726-09A


    Finish / Color: Jet Black




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    Tough sound, nice performance. Street Performance Mufflers feature high flowing internals to maximize performance, developing improved low end grunt and passing power you can feel.

    • High flowing internals to maximize performance, developing improved low end grunt and passing power you can feel
    • Ballistic-shaped inlet and tuned baffles produce a rich, aggressive exhaust note
    • Heat-resistant jet black ceramic finish
    • Installation requires separate purchase of Muffler Clamps P/N 65296-95A
    • EPA stamped, these mufflers are 50-state street legal on stock displacement engines


    • Material Content

    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
    • Requires ECM Calibration

    • Sold in Unit

    • In The Box

      Pair of mufflers
    • Sold Separately

      Chrome “Screamin’ Eagle” Script Muffler Shields
    • Upgrade Stage Level

      Stage I


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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.


    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.


    Shorty Dual Slip-On Mufflers is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always do your exhaust first When you upgrade your air cleaner and exhaust, do the exhaust first. These are great! I made the mistake of installing the air cleaner first, bike ran poorly, even after a re-MAP. Once I slipped these on, smoothed out so much, and the HP and torque have increased enough that I have to watch it on taking off.
    Date published: 2013-04-27
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    Q & A

    When will this part be available?

    Asked by: Rodrigo
    Looks like they aren't set to release 'til mid to late November. If you really need them quickly you might want to have your dealer do a Parts Locator for you. This will basically give you a list of dealers that have them in stock.
    Answered by: RockyXL883
    Date published: 2013-10-23

    Can I use Shorty Dual Slip-On Mufflers on a 2014 sportster?

    With 2014 sportsters, the engine managment system is different. It uses heated O2 sensors. So can I use Shorty Dual Slip-On Mufflers on a 2014 sportster?
    Asked by: Merk
    Hello Merk! Well, the Shorty Dual Slip-On Mufflers are not a direct fitment for your 2014 Sportster. However, it does fit '07-13 XL Models because of the different stock mufflers. Thanks!
    Answered by: RowdyGrl79
    Date published: 2016-04-04

    Difference between screaming eagle mufflers "street"

    Could you tell me the difference between this screaming eagle street muffler (80726-09A) which is black and the chrome one (Screamin' Eagle Street Performance Slip-On Mufflers- Sportster Shorty Dual-80503-07)? They seem identical to me, except the color. Or are the shield included in this one? And if I understood correctly they will fit my HD xl1200 CB? Thank you for your response.
    Asked by: oneup

    I have a 2013 883 iron does installation of the SE shorty dual slip ons require an ecm recalibration?

    Asked by: Brandon75
    I'd recommend it, even though the ECM will read the O2 sensors and adjust. The ECMs are smart enough to adjust, yet for smoother operation ECM recalibration is recommended, also for liability reasons HD will say to recalibrate. If you upgrade both your air cleaner and the slip ons, then I'd strongly recommend recalibrating, the increase on air intake and exhaust can't be adjusted to by the ECM, you'll have instances of "back fires" or loss of power during acceleration. Hope this helps. Ride safe!
    Answered by: IronWolf
    Date published: 2016-05-09
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