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Old 24-11-06, 12:52 AM   #1
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well as you know from my previous post i got myself a Fuel exhaust was wondering tho, mine sometimes pops/crackles when i decellerate as it were n i was wondering if this is normal or not? (i have the baffle in)
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Old 24-11-06, 08:34 AM   #2
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It's normal

Why buy an aftermarket exhaust and not take the baffle out
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Old 24-11-06, 10:05 AM   #3
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Its totally normal, but what isn't is you've still got that baffle in Take it out man, it will sound much, much better. Took mine out and even though I put it back in it was out again after about 5 miles

Go ahead - wake the neighbours
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Old 24-11-06, 01:39 PM   #4
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well its mainly that my dad doesnt want complaints from the neighbours as i still live at home :P
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Old 24-11-06, 03:17 PM   #5
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theres barely any difference at idle. i'd do it if i were you. If the neighbours do complain- simple as puttting it back in! just don't take the **** like i do zoooming off
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Old 25-11-06, 02:57 AM   #6
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will have a look at it once i get back from the gfs also can i refit the standard exhaust back on? or do i need a different sleeve or whatever to fit it ?(i got the fuel stainless steel exhaust)
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Old 25-11-06, 12:40 PM   #7
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You will need a seperate fitting sleeve (available seperately) to put the stock exhaust back on, but with the baffle in its not a lot different. The baffle takes less than two minutes to put back in with a 4mm allen key and 10mm spanner - try it you'll love it.

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Old 25-11-06, 01:07 PM   #8
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Please excuse my stupidity but...........

Can you take the baffle out of a standard can

By the way i know nothing about mechanics etc. I always go to garages and get ripped off, about time i learned i suppose.

sorry for being a thick git
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Old 25-11-06, 01:35 PM   #9
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Can you take the baffle out of a standard can
No you can't but then why would you really want to when the after-market exhausts look so much better, and at prices starting from 100 they really aren't that expensive.

BTW its not stupidity, we've all got to learn somewhere
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Old 25-11-06, 01:39 PM   #10
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If i was gonna spend some dosh i would quite like twin pipes. can it be done on the 650s. I assume being a v twin it can.
Do you think it would be worth it
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