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I wanted a louder exhaust for my bike and D&D recommended me to go with a different baffle then the current concentric one I orded when I bought my system. I was going to order the new baffle and switch it out and D&D recommended to purchase a whole new muffler as a lot of folk ruin their mufflers trying to get the stock baffles out. So I ordered a new complete muffler and am selling my stock muffler with the concentric baffle (quiet). This is for the muffler part only I'm keeping my headpipes! The one I'm selling is Chrome, backcut, with concentric baffle for BOss fatcat headpipes. It came off my 2011 RGC and has about 1,500 miles on it... looks new.



 

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Just for info I have removed the concentric baffle with no problem. The instructions say to pound the canister on a piece of soft wood until the baffle comes out. You can only pound it against the wood until the baffle appears at the end. Then it's still a bear to remove.

I took a 1" round wooden pole about 4' long. Stuck it in the entrance end of the canister, held it all in my lap, then pounded on the wooden pole with a hammer. I sprayed WD40 in both ends before doing this. The baffle comes out pretty easy using this method with no damage to the baffle or canister.
 

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Would these work with the stock head pipes? If so, is the sound any louder and/or deeper than stock?


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I'm not sure if it will fit stock head pipes as I had mine mounted to the D&D headpipes. The sound is much deeper and barks when you twist the throttle, but I wanted more sound across the board.
 
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