Houso Joel
I don't know if anyone else has had a look at these guys or not but they are a custom bike builder out of Arizona.

https://dirtybirdconcepts.com/

He's a bit of an Indian freak - rides the only Indian Scout in the dirt track Hooligan races.

Lot of his work is slated towards the custom bagger crowd it's not your typical tourer gear. Still some interesting pieces there.

Interested to see he is posting on Facebook this week about Lowers designed to go on the Crash bars of Classic, Vintage, Dark Horse. Lowers can have either 6 inch speaker system or lockable compartments. It's all sneak peek stuff at the moment

Regardless thought it may be of interest to some of y'all out there
Houso Joel
SYDNEY NORTH
Harley Davidson Traitor [wink]
Started with an Indian - stayed for the conversation
2017 HD Road King Black(Anita)
Previous 2015 Scout Red (Geena)
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Robbo
Dirty Bird where an early mover in the Polaris Indian aftermarket parts business.

As far as I can tell their Peace Pipes are still the go to item if you want extreme loudness in your exhaust but I haven't heard a set other than on U tube. 
2017 Dark Horse  - Stage 2, Rush Pipes

Location - Perth, Western Australia
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V-Twin
Robbo wrote:
if you want extreme loudness in your exhaust...
Those pipes redefines 'loud'.  And I use to ride with straight through pipes setting off car alarms.  I have met 3 Indian riders with Peace Pipes and all 3 had baffles custom made (Dirty Bird does not offer any) to reduce the volume.  😬
Let's be kind to one another.
Melbourne, Victoria
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DrZ
I have seen a Chieftain with the Peace Pipes on it and there is no way I would put something on my scoot of that nature.  The noise is beyond excessive.  The scoot pulled into a HD dealership I stopped at with a friend.  I was amazed to hear all the HD riders saying the noise was ridiculous.  On top of them being too noisy, I believe they change the lines of the scoot and it simply doesn't look as good.

I will stay with my factory with the punched plugs.  There was a time when loud pipes saved lives but between people on their cell phones, stereos so loud the entire vehicle shakes, and just general distracted driving.....the time has past.  Paying total attention when riding your scoot...saves your life!
Bike History
2015 Indian Roadmaster , 2014 Indian Chieftain, 2005 Honda Goldwing GL1800, 1999 HD Road King Classic, 1994 HD Fatboy, 1986 HD  Heritage Softail, 1978 HD ElectraGlide, 1972 HD SuperGlide, 1969 HD XLCH Sportster, 1945 HD WLA,  1963 Honda 305 Dream.
USMC 1969 - 1978
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Houso Joel

Yeah I saw the pipes up close in the US last year.... I like the noise makers but that was insane.

Some of the other kit they carry thought is of interest both for Indian and HD.

Houso Joel
SYDNEY NORTH
Harley Davidson Traitor [wink]
Started with an Indian - stayed for the conversation
2017 HD Road King Black(Anita)
Previous 2015 Scout Red (Geena)
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V-Twin
DrZ wrote:
...people on their cell phones, stereos so loud the entire vehicle shakes, and just general distracted driving...
I have encountered several drivers who were trying to drive while texting... one delivery van nearly collided with me by drifting into my lane.  😤     Stay alert folks!  😜😀
Let's be kind to one another.
Melbourne, Victoria
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CHF10
Why do people call our awesome bikes scooters? No effin way my bike is a scooter!
Live free or die!
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DrZ
Didn't call our bikes Scooters...called it a scoot.  This word is used almost exclusively in the 60s to describe motorcycles.  It was used to describe any motorcycle that wasn't a moped or some form of lawn mower motor driven abortion.  

No offense to anyone....just someone who has been around forever and still uses antiquated words.  [biggrin]

Sucks to be older than dirt!
Bike History
2015 Indian Roadmaster , 2014 Indian Chieftain, 2005 Honda Goldwing GL1800, 1999 HD Road King Classic, 1994 HD Fatboy, 1986 HD  Heritage Softail, 1978 HD ElectraGlide, 1972 HD SuperGlide, 1969 HD XLCH Sportster, 1945 HD WLA,  1963 Honda 305 Dream.
USMC 1969 - 1978
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