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post #1 of 8 Old 04-07-2013, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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De baffled the Niner

I did the debaffle and love it. I dont hear the intake as much and i like the sound it gives , noticable but not obnoxious. Somebody took out the second chamber but i couldn't find any video of that one, seems interesting...
Cutting and breaking the welds were super easy but what i didnt expect was how much effort it took to pull the pipe completly out. Deffinetly a cheap upgrade in my book..not a two bros. But for 20 bucks i recommend it to anybody wanting to be heard.
Next to come is the flapper mod.

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post #2 of 8 Old 04-07-2013, 09:46 PM
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Flapper was the first 'mod' I did. Don't really know if I could tell much though. Sounded slightly different but that was it for me.

De-baffling was a great cheap upgrade, the stockers are waaay too quiet for me

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any mods to the ECU or just run as is?

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Just as is right now. I know the pc3 would clean up the power throughout the rpm but i think id get it when i make my muffler for my single high mount.

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I did the flapper mod and rode for a while and plan to keep it..
How do you remove the flapper without breaking anything?

Edit: And can you reverse the removal ?

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I did the flapper mod and rode for a while and plan to keep it..
How do you remove the flapper without breaking anything?

Edit: And can you reverse the removal ?
You shouldn't need to remove it. Just plug the vacuum line. I stuck a golf tee in it and zip tied it so it wouldn't fall out

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You shouldn't need to remove it. Just plug the vacuum line. I stuck a golf tee in it and zip tied it so it wouldn't fall out
Did the same, golf tee's sure do come in handy.

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post #8 of 8 Old 05-10-2013, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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I did a modification the the debaffled pipes. I felt like i lost more backpressure than i wanted so i made some caps for 12 bucks...there rough cause its the first setup but i noticed it took out the gargle and lowed the note a bit still noticeable to the twd's. I only rode from work and the throttle felt smoother. More tests will come expecially when me and my buddy ride later in the week...pics will be up soon....so judge nice or not.. your not riding it so o well... A little off topic are there wrist twister stickers? A new tanks out the window so ill sticker it up and paint the plastic lol

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