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fuel injected debaffle is it safe

hello all suzuki riders I have a new C50 just wanted to know if anyone has debaffled the exhaust with fuel injection without problems
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A number of people here have.

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Welcome from Tampa! Do a search for "debaffle" and you'll see a lot of threads about this very subject.

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Please do not listen to any of the these guys, because it is absolutely not safe to de-baffle your Fuel Injector under any circumstances... Ever!

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[/quote]Posted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 4:22 pm Post subject:

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Please do not listen to any of the these guys, because it is absolutely not safe to de-baffle your Fuel Injector under any circumstances... Ever!

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Well I have decided not to debaffle my 08 C50 because of the fuel injection. So just wandering if any of the cobra pipes are good and loud while still being safe for the fuel injection
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I didn't say don't de-baffle the pipes (mine are de-baffled), I said don't de-baffle the Fuel Injector... BIG DIFFERENCE!

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Curryman, welcome to the site. Intake, exhaust, FI, and jetting are VERY common subjects around here. Neither debaffling or any aftermarket exhaust sysem will harm your bike or it's Fuel injection system. If you were to modify your intake in some manner as to allow more air for combustion, there is a risk of running too lean, but as long as you stay with the stock air cleaner you'll be fine, Cobra makes great pipes, so does HK, Roadhouse, Vance and Hines,and a host of others. Don't ask which ones sound best, you'll spark a debate that will last an eternity.
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I didn't say don't de-baffle the pipes (mine are de-baffled), I said don't de-baffle the Fuel Injector... BIG DIFFERENCE!

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sorry TGREENE, apparently I was reading too fast. My bad

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