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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-30-2018, 01:34 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone heard of these?

So heres the rub, after my downpayments and such i have no real money left over for parts (my planning is great aint it) and im tired of riding a sewing machine. Contemplating modifying my stock baffles to get a bit more sound, but also browsing everywhere for used parts and such and i cam accross these. Never heard of them before and found no reviews at all, but they are really cheap. ( really want svt boneshakers or V&H high outputs but here we are haha).
https://m.ebay.com/itm/Black-Megapho...EAAOSwF2xbVEut
These are basically the style baffle i planned on building myself, and add says deep agressive tone but we all know how advertising is. If anyone has heard this pipe at all id really appreciate your imputs. I think the brand is SharkRoad (ironic since i want it for my shark haha)

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It says the seller is in California but when you click on the feedback, it says he's in China. FYI


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If I were you, I'd wait and save up for what you really want or something else someone tried and put on Craigslist.


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Look at FullSac Baffles. They sell a baffle kit with end tips with instructions on how to modify your stock mufflers for $199. It's called the OEM Recore kit and you can make it as quiet or as loud as you want. Well maybe not as loud for some....


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There is also a good video out there on how to remove the CAT with the header still on the bike and with no cutting or welding. I'll se if I can find it and post the link.

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My stock RGS is no sewing machine. I've test ridden sewing machines. You just have to crack the throttle wide open and rev it up between shifts. It will be plenty loud and when people look you will actually be accelerating instead if just sounding like you are accelerating. Do that for a while and believe me the stock exhaust will get louder. Run $400 in fuel through that baby. That is what she is craving!

Next time I am coming to Eglin maybe we can meet up and you will see how my stock pipes sound.


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After 860 miles the stock pipes are improving but nowhere near the sound i enjoy. For example my last bike had a V&H 2-1 propipe and i swapped it to the competition baffle to make it even deeper and more aggressive.
Im up for my 1k service in a couple days then after that i might try modding my baffles on my own, make it somewhat better untill i can drop some serious coin on a name brand set

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If you have it in good with your dealer, ask them if they have any CVO Cans laying around....you would be surprised how many do......and go the Fullsac CVO Core Baffle route - Quiet at start up and Idle (like every M8 with a CAT in) but nice tones when on the beans.......for $250 you get a great sound and good looking cans to boot
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Look at FullSac Baffles. They sell a baffle kit with end tips with instructions on how to modify your stock mufflers for $199. It's called the OEM Recore kit and you can make it as quiet or as loud as you want. Well maybe not as loud for some....


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There is also a good video out there on how to remove the CAT with the header still on the bike and with no cutting or welding. I'll se if I can find it and post the link.
This is what i did on my 2016 RGU and it worked well. Love the sound, great customer service!
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After 860 miles the stock pipes are improving but nowhere near the sound i enjoy. For example my last bike had a V&H 2-1 propipe and i swapped it to the competition baffle to make it even deeper and more aggressive.
Im up for my 1k service in a couple days then after that i might try modding my baffles on my own, make it somewhat better untill i can drop some serious coin on a name brand set
I enjoy a well tuned exhaust system. When I can't tell if it is a Harley or a redneck pickup truck with an exhaust leak, then it is just noise. There needs to be a balance. Well tuned exhaust systems are engineered, not just some holes drilled.


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So heres the rub, after my downpayments and such i have no real money left over for parts
Completely understand your position brother, but have to agree with guys like macabre to wait until you can get exactly what you want. You're spending big bucks on a great bike. I'd like to get a little more rumble out of the pipes but truth be known the stock sound really isn't that bad at all (one of the first thing that I noticed over my 2011 103).

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