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How to remove baffles from reinhart true dual exhaust system
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would recommend against this for two reasons. First reason is that you will lose horse power, by losing back pressure.
If you do remove the baffles, then the carb must be retuned, because you damage the engine, by it running to lean or too rich.
There is ususally a screw that holds the baffle in under the rear exit of the exhaust pipe.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
My dyno man tells me that D&D pipes are making the most power these days. Maybe something there you like.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
I had the same issue on my 1998 RoadKIng, it had true-duels and thunderheaders, looking from the back, the left pipe "driver's side" was a light brown color, while the right side was darker.
On decel it would **** air back in the left pipe and backfire. I removed the right muffler and installed a 1/2" bolt, just standing up in the pipe, then tightened down the clamp, which held it in place, this created a controled retriction, and forced more pressure out the drivers side pipe,,,, no more back firing. The idea works,,,, LOL
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
I would say no. Is it just a slip on? Or was it clamped,? welded? How did it fall off? Even if the guts came flying out the end, they can be put back in. My exhaust system is just pressed together, I can pull it apart and rewrap the fiberglass and won't hurt a thing. Some exhausts are held together by a spring. Check it out. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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