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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Baffles in mayhem pipes

Has anyone removed the baffles from the mayhem pipes. If so how did it sound and perform and also how did u get them out. Thanks

Here's a pic with test fit. Still going to do some paint work on themClick image for larger version

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Can u see any retaining screws ?
If they went in they should come out u would think!


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Looks like there spot welded at the end.


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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-19-2012, 01:28 PM
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It baffles me that you have baffles. I have MFR swepts which are baffle free and it's pretty safe to say that without baffles sound way better than with. Unless you are a cop magnet, take them out.

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Could u get a grinder in , dremel etc ,

u could always use screws if u wanted to put em back in ,

i'm stabbing in the dark here!



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If you take the baffles out, and you're not deaf, it will sound unbearably loud. But if you're deaf and don't care, then take them out. But a spot weld is a terrible thing to get out.

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Didn't think of a dremel. That should do it


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Id shine a light up in the pipes then run a small crowbar or anything metal that has a lip on it that will grab the baffle and jerk it out. If your crowbar has a lip on the other side tap it with a hammer.

I have gotten out 4 sets of baffles out this way some welded some not.

No need for a dremel.

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