You will not like how they sound - a hollow, annoying fart of a prematurely aborted monster!bluesinged said:Is there a process to gut the stock cans or do i have to have a mechanic do it... My dad is an ex-mechanic so i'm pretty sure he could help me out, but how would that work?
How much? where? got a link to where you purchased them? Did they just bolt on with no mods, center stand all that still ok, they look great man. I have looked and looked, but i keep hearing about cutting fairings, and center stands not working and having to weld. Thanks for any info you can provide.hollywood said:Or, you can D&D cans mine is noticibly louder than stock.
Here is a pic.
Do they increase the vibrations any ?Nick D said:Sorry I missed this before - I'm running gutted cans now. If you need any pointers, let me know. If I can I'll try and find the write-up I did on it. I think it may have went down with the old forum, though.
No luck, I've looked everywhere I thought it might be posted. If you still want to pursue this let me know and I'll try to give you some pointers. It basically starts will drilling out the three rivets around the exit end of the muffler and popping out the cap. Then you remove the inner retainer ring that's welded in around the baffle tube. After that you pull out the baffle material and then pull out the actual baffle from the center of the pipe. You can also try it without removing the tube itself. I didn't have that luxury, someone had already mangled one of the tubes trying to gut it themself. I guess they were lazy and gave up, because it wasn't that hard.Nick D said:If I can I'll try and find the write-up I did on it.
I'll work something up when I get a few minutes later. Hopefully I still have the pictures on my harddrive at home and can throw a few visuals in it.Oldanontheway said:I for one would like to see a good write up on gutting the stock cans. NickD if you are listening do it!