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Has anyone just jammed a jack handle (or similar device that will fit) down the center of the rear baffle and punched the end out?

I had to do that years ago to a set of Cobra slip-ons on my Shadow that were too tinny. They were really loud after that operation! It turns out that the rear baffle was the ONLY baffle :lol:

I want to increase the depth of the exhaust sound a little without making too much "raw" noise. But I don't want to drill holes in the rear baffle plate- at least not yet.
 

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Personally, I'd go with some used after-market pipes (monitor the swap meet thread), and leave my originals alone. This way, should You decide to sell the bike (as original), or simply quiet it down, you will have the means to do so.
 

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The plate in front of the back baffle would be the mickey plate. Yes folks have punched/drilled holes in him. I do not know what that sounds like cuz I just removed the back baffle. Then after a while I installed HK 3" big straights. Then jardien 2 into 1's yesterday.

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