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For better sound, and performance I should.

1. Cut out the end plate of my exhaust.
2. Remove the baffle (the thing that is actually the tube that comes out the end of the plate I cut out in the 1st step) sorry, but just making sure.
3. If I want it louder remove another plate? Will just removing the back plate and baffle make it louder? If so how much louder?

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Billy
 

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Billy go here and play the " How to debaffle" video. That explains it all better than I can ever explain it.


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There are 3 stages of debaffle:

1st is to remove the endplate and the baffle that's welded to it. This is shoen in LYD's video.

2nd is the "Mickey" plate...quiets down the 1st stage.

3rd is the very last baffle way up in there. You will have a deep, powerfull rumble that's pretty loud when you're on it, but can quiet down for creeping around town. This is my favorite stage. On hard acceleration, I'd compare the sound to my V&H straightshots.

I have a set of the 2nd stage and a set of the 3rd stage that I would sell. This would allow you to keep yours stock in case you need it for inspections or other reasons. PM or Email me if interested.
 
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