Since the ’80s, Vance & Hines has been belting out some of the best exhaust products to ever be bolted on a V-twin. It all began back in the day when a motorcycle dragracer by the name of Terry Vance met up with Byron Hines, an engineer, and the two of them proceeded to win 14 National Drag Racing Championships and became the first on two-wheels to race a six-second ET. All of those years of R&D just had to be put to good use, so the two decided to start production of a few select pipes, and the rest, as they say, is history. Vance & Hines has been setting its sights on Harleys for quite a few years now, and it seems as if combining both form as well as function is top on its list. Take for instance the Pro Pipe 2-into-1 ($779) we are installing on this 2013 Dyna Wide Glide. The pipe features a black finish, a stepped megaphone design, header and collector heat shields, as well as a shield over the first step of the megaphone. Finishing off the pipe is a very stylish CNC-machined end cap. Once we saw this pipe, we knew it would look great on our Wide Glide, so we ordered one up and got busy the second the brown Santa dropped it off. We also found that swapping the stock pipes for the Pro Pipe is a rather simple one with only a few common hand tools. Here’s how we did it.