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  • Spiny Norman
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    My bike had 2" drag pipes on it when I got it. Way too loud for me. But the pipes were new, Looked cool, And I'm a cheap bast*rd. Bought a set of the slide in baffles. Better, but still a bit too loud. I pulled the baffles back out, Wrapped a bit of fiberglass insulation around em, And shoved them back in. Just right for me.

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  • autotec
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    Just a quick update. I have to pull the modified baffles out and probably install some new ones. While the low end is great, I lost almost all of my upper end. Any one have any baffles for a set of V&H longshots?

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  • autotec
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    I know, I should have. One of those deals, one too many drinks and I got lazy. I'll take one of the baffles out tomorrow and take a picture. They slide out pretty easy.

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  • Crocodile56
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    You should have taken pic's of that, would have loved to see how ya did it, got it pictured in my head but pic's would have been cool!

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  • autotec
    started a topic Modified Baffles on V&H Longshots

    Modified Baffles on V&H Longshots

    To make a long story short, I had to quiet my bike up very fast due to my endorsment test tomorrow.( after riding around for the last 2 years because the DMV forgot to put it back on when I renewed my lic. ) I ended up cutting some fender washers in half and stagering them in my baffles,(V&H Longshots) welding them every 3 inches. It's actually sounds pretty good, I might just leave it like this. Plus I feel that I gained a ton of low end grunt. Just thought I would share because it turned out really good.
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