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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-01-2011, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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Removig The Exhaust Bafles

I had another VN750 go by me when I was in the turn lane and it sounded real good, but the exhaust looked stock, would removing the bafles do that? I dont see any bolts to remove that would allow them to come out. I do see spot welds on both sides is this what keeps them in?

If you could and did remove them would they be able to be re installed if the bike was too loud?

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They probably removed the goat belly and kept the mufflers. This is done by replacing the belly with short pieces of pipe.

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i used 1 3/4" bent it a little and mig welded it up. slapped the shields on and bam lol

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I don't know how to get them out, but when I bought mine they were gone and it sounded like s***. I bought some intact mufflers and it was much better. You can drill holes in the baffles. Here is a thread with a pic of this. I did mine and it sounds a bit louder. I like the sound.

https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7736&page=2

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