Ok, here is what I did to sweeten up my bafflectomy so as to make it not worth replacing with an aftermarket exhaust system.
First, I carefully followed the directions given on this site to clear out all the guts of both mufflers.
Once this was accomplished, I purchased the EMGO 2" HP baffles
from my nearest Parts Unlimited dealer.
Emgo HP baffles.jpeg
I also purchased 2-2" stainless steel washers and 2-6mm stainless steel nuts. I took these items to the nearest muffler shop and had them welded together.
Once all were welded together, I cut the baffles down to about 1 1/2" long.
The longer you leave the baffles, the quieter they are, but it did seem to
lessen the performance if they were left longer. It is not necessary to wrap
the baffles in any type of wrap. Doing so caused too much back pressure
and negatively affected the performance. Once I determined the desired
length, I used a dead blow hammer to pound the new baffles into the mufflers.
Finally, I drilled a hole, aligning where the stainless steel nut was welded to the piece of pipe that baffle and washer were welded to.
I ran a 6mm pan head bolt through each muffler end, into the attached nut.
Here is the finished product.dual exhausts.JPG
Please PM me if you have any questions or find that I left any crucial info out.