Anyone have one that's collecting dust? Looking to quiet my 09 down a bit, be a touch more stealthy when pushing the boundaries of legality.
It's a plug that inserts at the end of the muffler can and is held in by a screw. There's a little tab on the inside (towards the bike) of your carbon end piece that has to be broken off exposing the hole where the screw is installed.What's it look like? I have a 77, can looks like it runs straight through though. Pics?
It's noticeable...... according to my neighbor. LoL! i feel like it did make a difference too. Like said above, they don't come with them installed. The holes are actually pre drilled and you have to take a punch and knock out the little metal circle to open the holes so you can secure the baffles with the small Allen bolts. The hardware comes in a bag. According to member sixpack, the EPA compliant r77s come with them installed and riveted in place so they can't be removed(at least not as easy to do).How much difference does one make? After reading this thread I checked for mine, and it seems the orig. owner removed it already.
That sounds different. There is no nut. The baffles have a threaded hole that lines up with the hole on the muffler itself. All you do is slide baffle in and line up everything and then screw the bolt in. After that you put your little rubber plug back on to cover the hole through which you put the screw in and done. Wish I was home to take some pics.My bikes got the rubber plug, allen bolt and nut. Just no baffle. I'm assuming then that it was once installed. As there is no "knockout", but instead a bolt and nut.
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