I've had both and still have the spleepers. The tors are bit louder than stock and have a really nice tone. The sleepers are quite a bit louder than stock but sound fantastic. The wife can hear me come and go but doesn't think they are to loud or obnoxious.
TORS with a K&N air filter. Nice motorcycle sound but not offensive. Pops a bit on the deceleration but not bad enough for me to do anything about it. I flat out like the looks of those pipes. Classic.
on my 2012 maggie that will be tugging a sidecar soon i am looking for a midrange sound + price slip-ons. removed OE for Preds but way loud for sidecar passengers, ideally i would like a left side exhaust for sound relocation as well as easy to bolt on my yet installed sidecar brackets. the overpriced BC 2-1 that goes left in unavailable + was prolly loud, tors are a bad joke IMO, but a cheap used set or maybe modding the OE muffs, suggestions appreciated
I have had tors when I first got my bike , nice but too restrictive and not really that loud-went to D&D's,extremely loud lol and bought sleepers when they came out-excellent craftsmanship, classic 60's triumph sound and free flowing! Tone is mellow growl at ideal and low rpm riding - when you open up it sounds like a bike should