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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-08-2006, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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V/H Cruzers LOUD!!!!!

Has anyone here been able to quiet down those pipes?? Awfull loud. Maybe more glass around the baffles??
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Has anyone here been able to quiet down those pipes?? Awfull loud. Maybe more glass around the baffles??
I dont't know I kind a like it loud took baffel's out
the day I put them on and love the noise thay make...
I guess you will have to go back to stock if it's to
loud for ya.....................
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OK Guy's..... you are making me think that I just need to get rid of the goat and I will be happy.... as I don't care for bikes that are too loud! [B]

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Yea, mine are loud too. But other drivers do hear you coming down the road.

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They are louder than than a degoat for sure, and after a couple days I thought of packing more glass around the baffle but after a week or so realized that were not really that loud when compared to a lot of bikes. Unless you really crack the throttle they are not to bad. Have checked with my neihbors(sp) and they don't have a problem with the noise at 5:30 when I go to work.
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I guess ill have to give it a few days or so. Just put them on the other day and today was the first full day of riding. Way back when,, I used to ride my 75 Z1 with a Muzzy exhaust wth no baffle, talk about loud! I also think i have a leak on the front header.. The front cylinder pops like crazy I did the marble trick and the rear cylinder doesnt pop at all. Ill loosen the right side up and re-torque

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