LA Choppers Universal Exhaust Baffle

LA Choppers Universal Exhaust Baffle
LA Choppers Universal Exhaust Baffle

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Bryant Verified Purchaser
Chehalis, WA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Power 5/5 Style 5/5
Baffle modification

The 2.5" "D&D Borzilla exhaust on my S&S 124" made lots of power, but was just to loud if I wanted to do any long distance riding (2015 Roadglide). I took out the loud style baffle, cut the outer can shell off and ground the end pieces tack welds off so I could then separate them from the perforated core. I then cut your 24" product to 18" (approximately 6.5" longer than the original baffle and wrapped it with the fiber glass pad. Between the added baffle lenght and fiberglass sound damping, I now have a bike that I can hear my music at 1/2 volume and can talk to my partner on the Bluetooth again. I highly recommend this. I have burned up the packing once and am thinking of using steel wool as an experiment, but still worth the renewed noise control 100%. Bryant

Perry Verified Purchaser
Littlerock, WA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great product, great service

First time making my own baffles and this stuff is great. Easy to work with, but also rigid enough to feel solid. Also had to return the first one because I bought too large. Motosport customer service was great to work with.

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Location: Mansfield, MO 65704, USA
Q: Would like to know if this could be used inside of a "homemade straight pipe" on a 2000 suzuki savage 650 ls?
Over 3 years ago
The bike has a homemade pipe without baffles. It is very loud and does a lot of popping and cackling. I've been told it doesn't have enough back pressure. Since it is my beginner bike I am looking to fix the sound level and back pressure issues as cheaply as possible.
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The exhaust needs to be designed or modified to accept baffles. These need to be wrapped with fiberglass packing and then securely installed in the exhaust. They will either need to be modified with cones on the ends to fit securely into the exhaust and then secured a bolt through the exhaust, or some other custom way to be installed. Unfortunately these are not something you can just slip into your exhaust and lower the dB level and increase the back pressure. You best bet for the LS650 Savage is to find someone selling the stock exhaust system and re-install that.
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