Exhaust Baffles

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Kendarr
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Exhaust Baffles

Post by Kendarr »

Hello,

Time for my weekend dumbo question post. I did search for this first! Honest!

I have standard cans on my Stormer.

are there any repercussions to removing the standard baffles i see some people talking about just removing one? :confused

Also how does one remove baffles?

Thanks
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MacV2
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Re: Exhaust Baffles

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Serch for ''Bafflectomy''

I've run them on a couple of Storms with no fuleing issues...Bit of burrbiing & the odd backfire.

You could start by just drilling some holes...

Then move on to full baffels out at a later date.

You can remove one of the baffels but there is a second one only accesible by cutting the can open, removing then welding the can back up...
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Kendarr
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Re: Exhaust Baffles

Post by Kendarr »

MacV2 wrote: Fri Jul 16, 2021 5:38 pm Serch for ''Bafflectomy''

I've run them on a couple of Storms with no fuleing issues...Bit of burrbiing & the odd backfire.

You could start by just drilling some holes...

Then move on to full baffels out at a later date.

You can remove one of the baffels but there is a second one only accesible by cutting the can open, removing then welding the can back up...
Thanks Mac
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Re: Exhaust Baffles

Post by DJWALKER »

Just swap them for my black widow cans in sales section, problem solved 😁
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Re: Exhaust Baffles

Post by bigbadjonno »

I had a pair of ART cans on mine, but they were a bit bonkers. I've put the standard cans back on and drill x5 10mm holes in each baffle. It's nice now, bit of a bark, no fuelling issues. And it doesn't make my lid reverberate. :lol:
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