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Hey guys :D

Im looking to install the baffle back into my exhaust

Its just a little too noisey :crybaby:

Its a moto gp race can

Has anyone else done this that could help me out

I have a rough idea how to go about it

any help will be appreciated :cheers:

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Hey guys :D

Im looking to install the baffle back into my exhaust

Its just a little too noisey :crybaby:

Its a moto gp race can

Has anyone else done this that could help me out

I have a rough idea how to go about it

any help will be appreciated :cheers:

 

if you look on ebay, there are baffles for race exhausts,



http://motors.shop.ebay.co.uk/items/Mot ... ec0Q2em282

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i have the baffle in the garage im just not sure on how to put it back into the exhaust

i might even take it back out

its just a little too loud for me lol and all the nieghbours :evil:

im really looking for a how to :lol:

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i have the baffle in the garage im just not sure on how to put it back into the exhaust

i might even take it back out

its just a little too loud for me lol and all the nieghbours :evil:

im really looking for a how to :lol:

it should slide in from the exit apperture (hole), use needle nose pliers, to hold it in place then screw in the retaining bolt/screw, (you need the pliers otherwise it will fall into the exhaust and you will need to upturn it to remove, either big wheelie, or remove end can.. pliers work for me..)

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