Does your 2004 Harley-Davidson Bagger seem to be a little tired? Has the “get up and go” “got up and Left? If so, you may be able to spruce up performance a little with a new exhaust system. For as long as this writer can remember, Samson exhaust systems have been arguably the most popular exhaust products on the market today. As this is written, the Samson True Dual “Mini Cholos” are in very high demand, not just in Southern California but all over the USA. Quality, style, power and sound is what the customer gets with every Samson exhaust system. Installed here is Samson’s C2-311 two-into-one Powerflow III header with muffler. This exhaust system can be had with a high performance baffle, or a “decibel killer’ baffle for those wanting a quiet baritone sound! It is replacing an existing aftermarket pipe. Following the installation, a five plus horsepower increase was seen on the dyno, which was five horsepower more than the existing aftermarket pipe. A somewhat larger increase would have been seen if the Samson system was replacing a stock pipe. With the other modifications made subsequent to the exhaust system install, this formerly tired 2004 Harley-Davidson FLH is now making 110 horsepower with 126 foot pounds of torque. Torque is the passing gear of internal combustion motors. Installing an exhaust system is simple and straight forward. Common hand tools are used. It is recommended that the exhaust gaskets be replaced when swapping or installing new pipes.