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Offline Wilko

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Removing the Exhaust Baffle
« on: November 02, 2019, 02:33:39 PM »
Hiya, while watching other motorbike video's on youtube, and the sound of the exhaust note, it got me wondering, what the Trophy would sound like without the baffle, is it possible to remove, would it make any difference to the running of the engine, apart from the exhaust note obviously  :084:.

I know you can get aftermarket exhausts for the bike, but was just wondering what it would sound like with the stock exhaust.

I will now go and take my don't be silly pills and lie down for a bit  :112:  :745:
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Re: Removing the Exhaust Baffle
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2019, 05:39:06 PM »
Wilco,

The fact only that you wonders how it will sounds give me thoughts.
Nice roads along long rivers here in The Netherlands are closed for motor bikes only…
Reason: fellow motorbikes drive the small dijk roads like idiots, with a removed DB killer.

I will now go and take my don't be silly pills and lie down for a bit

I will support you!  :107:
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