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    Noobie NotSoFastBlast's Avatar
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    Default V&H replacement baffle?

    I have spent a lot of time digging online and have found no answers about if we can get a replacement baffle for the vance and hines exhaust.

    Ive found a few that are similar size but nothing that would fit. Mine has shattered into a few pieces and completely blew out the packing. I want to get a new baffle and repack it. (Preferably a performance baffle) im not trying to be quiet, just want to have good back pressure
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    You can get perforated pipe off ebay here's a link

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/193617993869

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    I think the V&H baffle is 2"
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    I believe its 2Ē by 12Ē take or give some. But thatís actually a nice little kit. I havenít found a universal baffle like that. Thanks for the link!
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    Alright guys, sorry i forgot to post an update on here but i finally got around to rebuilding the exhaust. I took some pics along the way amd will post them below.

    So i started by cutting the remaining parts of the baffle down

    Then i rolled the stainless steel sheet as close as i could get to being round

    I clamped it on with band clamps and hammered it as round as possible (it wasnít quite long enough so i used the old baffle to extend a bit further)

    I wrapped it tightly with fine stainless mesh (to dampen the exhaust pulse pressure on the packing)

    Then a thin layer of steel wool

    And finally the ceramic packing



    All in all it sounds a lot better and it definitely seems to ride better. Or at least my butt dyno thinks so. She seems to be a much happier bike after that.
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