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I Have A Question I Have A 2006 C50T And Some One Told Me The When U Do A Complete De-Baffle It Loses The Back Pressure And May Need Adjusted Or Something Like A Fuel Controller Needs To Be Added Afterwards ?? Is This True Or Does It Matter If It's Stock Or Completely De-Baffled ?? Hope This Ain't A Silly Question But I Soon To Be Safe Then Sorry Later!! Anyway Thanks For The Help !!!! I Looked In The Search And Also Asked This In Noob Questions And Had No Responce!!! Sorry If This Is Not The Proper Place To Ask This!!!
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I Have A Question I Have A 2006 C50T And Some One Told Me The When U Do A Complete De-Baffle It Loses The Back Pressure And May Need Adjusted Or Something Like A Fuel Controller Needs To Be Added Afterwards ?? Is This True Or Does It Matter If It's Stock Or Completely De-Baffled ?? Hope This Ain't A Silly Question But I Soon To Be Safe Then Sorry Later!! Anyway Thanks For The Help !!!! I Looked In The Search And Also Asked This In Noob Questions And Had No Responce!!! Sorry If This Is Not The Proper Place To Ask This!!!
It will loose some back pressure when you debaffle, but as far as I know, it won't hurt your engine. You won't need to add a fuel controller unless you mess with the intake on the motor, like changing or relocating your air filter. When you alter the amount of air coming into your engine, you will need to either rejet the carburetor ( which you don't have on an 06) or add a fuel computer to adjust the air/fuel ratio. As far as altering your exhaust, you don't need to do anything. You might want to disable or remove your Pair valve to reduce popping and backfires after debaffle. That is real easy and there are lots of threads on here that give instructions in the search box.

I partially debaffled my 05 and love it. I removed the muffler and the second plate. I'm waiting to find a long enough extension for my hole saw to reach the cyclops (third plate). My ultimate goal is to add glass packs. There is an excellent thread on this site about that also. I did notice a drop in back
pressure, but I think it is better now. The original back pressure use to bog my engine down when I would downshift. IMHO I think it runs better now.
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Dont need an FI tuner but you will loose some power. Just drill 6 to 8 holes first on each pipe and see if ur happy with the sound. If not, getthe exhaust plate out but dont remove the baffles. Still not, break the baffles out. The mickey plateafter the baffles is the last thing to remove though there is something else to remove afterthat. But noonedoes that.

Go step by step coz the actions are permanent. I personally dont like the debaffle coz of loss of power and somehow i feel my bike vibrates more now


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