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Old 19-07-2007, 10:14 PM
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anyone know where I can get some baffles from, the GSX chop that Im after runs 4 open pipes and that aint no good for me, too noisy and not enough back pressure for my liking

so they gonna be about 34mm/35mm od the baffles at a guess

1.5" od pipe with 16 guage wall on average
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Old 19-07-2007, 10:36 PM
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When i ran 4 drag pipes on mr chop many years ago i used VDub baffles in em
or you can get them from most (or could) bike shops
last set of knock in baffles i bought i got from Route66 in Aldridge, Wallsaw
you can get em in several sizes
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Old 19-07-2007, 10:43 PM
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You could make your own Tony. Mr Blackjack has some info

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Old 20-07-2007, 06:32 AM
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they wernt actually called baffles but flame aresters

you will need to goto any VK beetle specialist they cost a round 6.00 each. buy some wadding as they dont have much inside.
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i do these


i have them in stock in 41 and 47mm bore size.
but i also list them in "35mm" and could have them in on tuesday.

and they chrome plated because as you know, everyone wants thier baffles chrome plated

8.00 each or for this week only 30.00 for 4
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Old 21-07-2007, 06:39 PM
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cheers Dracken, matey sent me a video of it and it barks, deffo needs somehting to take the edge off it, thinking about building a system myself but depends on what a plug chop and test ride shows up

will hold off till the bikes here and get back to you, thanks
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Old 22-07-2007, 08:54 AM
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or here..http://www.safe-servers.co.uk/~cfast...l_Baffles.html

on::-http://www.custom-fasteners.co.uk/

is it the one.on the bay a while back.. with apes on? as i showed intrest but did`nt get the pics/info i wanted
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Old 22-07-2007, 09:33 AM
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cheers mate spot on, bargain price too, but still undecided about if the bike needs them, it is fookin loud and barks, but will wait till its here and then decide

cant beleive that I never even seen that website, tis a mine of wonderful treasures

its this one

very clean, powdercoated frame, all matt black and most of the rest of it is stainless

gonna shorten the front of the frame, rake it and see where I end up

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Old 22-07-2007, 09:44 AM
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thats it.... what you get it for(pm me)... cos when it was on the bay he had no taxor test on it at all.....
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You could make your own Tony. Mr Blackjack has some info

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Or you could read the article he wrote on this subject in the mag a month or so ago ...

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cheers all, at less than 4 for the little ones would rather buy them, the cost of plasters and broken tools for me to make them would far exceed that LOL

Im guessing that shorter ones will be quieter and offer more back pressure??

less holes so therefore less flow??

anyone ever wrap them with some baffle packing stuff?, or just insert as they are?
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