Got 'em out!
Here is my handy dandy baffle removal tool:
It's a 2 1/2 foot 7/16th threaded bar, with a 2" metal wedge on the end. I inserted this into the pipes and wedged it into the baffle. I then turned the screw counter clockwise to tighten the single bolt and make the metal wedge more vertical. The put the wood up against the pipe and tightened the bolt. After 8 or 9 turns the baffle popped loose.
Now the real problem I have is the baffles themselves. It appears these baffles are part of the actual exhaust tube, so finding replacement baffles will be tricky. These road burner pipes are dual radius, and there seems to be an "open" section that this baffle covers.
The baffles are also solid, so I'm not going to be able to wrap them to quiet them down at all:
Looking at the baffles, they are not like traditional baffles at all, there are no holes in them, the look more like shelves, which is why I could not get a grip with a hook or a slide hammer:
Heaven is where the cops are British, the mechanics are German, the cooks are italian, the lovers are French, and it's all organized by the Swiss.
Hell is where they cops are German, the cooks are British, the mechanics are French, the lovers are Swiss, and it's all organized by the Italians.