Join Date: May 2010
Location: Orange Park Florida
It's very easy actually, that is if you do it early before the black carbon builds up in the big pipes. Just remove 4 small bolts at the end of each pipe and slip out the baffle. I used a hacksaw to cut the welds holding the end caps on. I took the baffles out soon after I installed the pipes to see how the baffles were made. They came out easy and went in easy then. A year later I wanted them louder and took the end caps off. It was hard because of the carbon build up. There's nothing to it if you do it early.
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