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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 01:24 PM Thread Starter
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Stock Exhaust Baffle Question

I think I am going to do the stock exhaust modification, but I'm a bit confused after looking in my tail pipe... (Insert joke here).

I don't appear to have any sort of hole in my stock baffle, I am looking at the stock baffle right?

These pics are of the top and bottom chamber of the stock exhaust. Is the bit I'm meant to drill the solid metal part in the middle?



And to mod I basically stick a 3/4 drill bit in and go for it?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 02:24 PM
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Disassemble the whole exhaust from the motor and frame take off the chrome covers and you'll see your while muffler there with a porta band or cutting tool cut it in half right after the frame bolt ups and you'll still have a little baffle in there but for the most part straight exhaust then you can reassemble and it will
Still look just like stock exhaust this is what I done until I could afford
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You have the same muffler as me and I think it is the one used on the AU, EU and UK bikes with O2 sensors. It is on the AU ones for sure.

You could drill out the plate at the end of the inner tube, start with a 6mm hole and work your way up to 15 or 16mm depending on how loud you want it.
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Wierd....mine had two small wholes predrilled. I did as you say 3/4 inch hole saw and cut out the plate. Good improvement on sound so it will calm you for a while and give you a chance to save up for mfrs


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Wierd....mine had two small wholes predrilled.

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You have the North American muffler. Look closely and you will see you dont have that extra tube in the middle.
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Here is a comparison of the AU & US stock mufflers. You will see that the AU & EU version is quite a bit different. Thanks to Cypress I have a US muffler to experiment with.


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I think you should save youself the time and effort and just change out the exhaust for something aftermarket. Let's face it 99% chance your probably going to do it in the future anyways. Think of it as and early Xmas present to yourself.. Merry Xmas!

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