Have you removed the baffles or modified them? If removed, consider re-installing them. I believe they also sell quietcore baffles which are quieter than the stock cobra baffles and you may want to research that option further..I'm guessing that you are wearing a full helmet as well which can amplify inside the helmet and make it rather unpleasant after awhile and in that case, yes earplugs would be the way to go. I have cut-down modified baffles which are quite louder than original and had no issues while wearing my 1/2 helmet with bluetooth ear buds, but once i switched over to the 3/4 helmet in the colder days, my ears werent happy either and after an hour or so ride would be ringing, luckily its warming up again and ill be going back to the 1/2 helmet but am still on the lookout for some original baffles if i can score some. I recently packed my modified baffles with stainless steel wool but dont consider that a permanent solution.
OEM stock baffles are very different and do not have the curve and may be a different diameter as well so i doubt they'd work without some serious manipulation. I dont even think they are removable and may be welded in. I know when i originally drilled the stock oem baffles it was like a metal mesh inside.
Howzit going hope everybody is staying safe .. to ride another day .. how ever I broke the stay at home order today by taking probably the best ride I ever took on my fury ever .. I recently got my ecu back from dan after being re flashed and I have ridden it a few times since and I don’t know...
I had a turbo from a Wrx and some piping laying around. Figured hey I'm bored
Oil feed, relocated the oil pressure switch
Took off the side case to put a oil return line
3/8 NPT to -8an
-8an drain on the turbo
First start up to check the oil lines
Nice intake krashDH. All machined and everything. Makes my bike look more and more like a hack job, think road warrior. Mine's not too pretty but it's light weight from all that I've removed and it goes. My numbers with DynoJet Power Commander 5, Spike air cleaner, and Hacker Ripper pipes (no...