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post #21 of 200 (permalink) Old 06-13-2008, 11:11 AM
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I would love to get my hands on that saw to debaffle my pipes! Can I be added to the list? Also, does anyone have a link that shows how to do this or pictures?

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could i also be added to the list?
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Who's next in line for the saw?

Just checking who is next in line for the hole saw?


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And again... Just to be sure here...,

A rejet is NOT required after the debaffling?

I want to do this, but am on a budget right now....especially since my tires are in need of changing. I'd rather not find out how much a rejet costs if I don't have to.

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And again... Just to be sure here...,

A rejet is NOT required after the debaffling?

I want to do this, but am on a budget right now....especially since my tires are in need of changing. I'd rather not find out how much a rejet costs if I don't have to.

Thanks for the patience all.
i have been told several times that a re-jet is not needed, since you are not changing any back pressure. you are just removing the a sound restriction. kind of like removing a silencer from a gun, the gun is not going to kick less just makes more noise
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And again... Just to be sure here...,

A rejet is NOT required after the debaffling?

I want to do this, but am on a budget right now....especially since my tires are in need of changing. I'd rather not find out how much a rejet costs if I don't have to.

Thanks for the patience all.
A rejet is not required I did this debaffle on my other Volusia two years ago with no problems, just great sound.

Are you next on the list?????


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Hole saw size

You need a 3" and 1.5". Make sure they are BIMETAL saws. NOT wood saws. And make sure you hang on tight to that drill... I almost broke my trigger finger.
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Re: Hole saw size

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You need a 3" and 1.5". Make sure they are BIMETAL saws. NOT wood saws. And make sure you hang on tight to that drill... I almost broke my trigger finger.
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Re: Hole saw size

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You need a 3" and 1.5". Make sure they are BIMETAL saws. NOT wood saws. And make sure you hang on tight to that drill... I almost broke my trigger finger.
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I'm finished with the double hole saw, do's next on the list?


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Was going to ask for this, but just bought the saw pieces from Depot.
MAN, what a GREAT difference! I just drilled the back plates, left the baffles, and started the bike. I feel that the bike is substantially louder and has a MUCH better low end tone now. $40.42 worth of parts is a lot more acceptable than $750 on my budget right now. Worthy mod.

I still feel that we need a DIY section on VR... there are so many documented walkthrough/how tos on here....you just have to dig dig dig through the search function. Just an opinion.

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