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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-10-2017, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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Full Debaffle Instructions

I can't find a video step by step on a full debaffle. I would appreciate any information before I mess up my pipes. I was trying to find someone who has debaffled pipes for sale.

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There is a 2 part video on youtube just search. How to mod exhaust 2009 vulcan 900 custom

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Thanks, I'm going to try buying a set of debaffled pipes on ebay. I don't trust myself using a hole saw.

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i hope you are looking forward to the reduction in HP. from around 43 hp at the rear wheel to around 37 hp at the rear wheel from the before de baffle and after dyno map that was posted on here last year.

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i hope you are looking forward to the reduction in HP. from around 43 hp at the rear wheel to around 37 hp at the rear wheel from the before de baffle and after dyno map that was posted on here last year.

Just what was said here. Your going to loose a lot of power by taking out the whole baffle. I've drilled holes in the baffle to open them up a little bit, without any noticeable change in performance. But I think your going to make a mistake if you remove the whole baffle. I think it was easier to do that on the inline fours, but it creates a lot of power / running issues on these twins.
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