The Swept Speedsters are a great design from Cobra. With a graceful radius that begins behind the rear cylinder and then continues to the rear axle area where the tips end, the pipes provide the correct proportional look to the bike. The removable baffles work to keep the sound levels within socially responsible levels. The ends of the pipes feature a radial slash design, almost a curling wave of metal.
But it's the PowerPort that makes this exhaust system more than a cosmetic or acoustic upgrade. The PowerPort connects the front and rear headpipes to promote superior exhaust scavenging. The result is improved torque and overall power (much like you would expect to achieve from a performance 2-into-1 system) from the time-honored 2-into-2 design.
Because of the swept design, the Speedsters require the removal of the right-side passenger foot peg. In most cases this will be a non-issues because the Rocker is styled to be a solo machine. But in case a Rocker rider wants or needs that foot peg, or Softail riders who need it, Cobra is offering an optional foot peg relocation bracket that curves up from under the pipes to locate the peg in the proper position.