No problem. I was just curious as to how difficult it is to negotiate the radius on the turnouts when installing.Hi Chris, sorry, no pics of that. The ones in the pics are Emgo slash cuts, but we have had customers use them on turnouts. They go up the pipe 4-5".
The deceleration pop or backfire is a fueling problem...
If it works, it would be worth the effort! I have gutted Stage one mufflers with Zero popping! No Cat conv. or packing. Plugs punched out!True, and I have addressed that issue as well as I can with the combined assistance of DynoJet and FuelMoto via the PowerVision CX. The consensus among them is that such free flowing pipes will pop without much in the way of back pressure. These would seem a reasonably priced potential solution to verify their assertion.
The extra amount of backpressure that the baffle generates in a too-free flowing exhaust does solve popping most of the time, it is not masking the popping.The deceleration pop or backfire is a fueling problem...
Masking off the sound with baffles would not solve the actual problem!
As described to ronnie, and with regards to a too-free flowing exhaust such as the xchoppers, they will reduce or most likely eliminate the decel popping.
Thanks for rocking our Quiet-Riots, stoked that you are happy with them. And thank you for the kind words!Just wanted to give a good word for Rocky Mountain Performance, and these baffles. A few months ago I installed them in a set of Cobras that I have on my 2016 Vaquero, and they definitely took the edge off as well as deepened the exhaust note a bit. Very cool product, nice quality. I would buy them again in the future without hesitation...
@Gort you make these? damn man, I swear we are building the same bike just two countries apart! If I get these for a one off exhaust what kind of information should I provide to the exhaust fabrication shop?Thanks for rocking our Quiet-Riots, stoked that you are happy with them. And thank you for the kind words!
Rick when you say you need 4-5" of pipe length does that mean I would have to have you install them and then ship the exhaust back or I need to make sure that the fabricator has that spacing there for the baffles?Hey Bro,
You just need to choose a conventional tubing size for the end of the pipe. We have sizes for ID's as follows: 1.625", 2.125" 2.375", for 1.75", 2.25", and 2.50" O.D. tubes.
I need 4"-5" straight shot at the end of the pipe to fit the baffles in.
Our baffles fit at the very end of the can or pipe( if you are using straight pipes), 4-5" up from the exhaust exit. See our installation instructions at:Rick when you say you need 4-5" of pipe length does that mean I would have to have you install them and then ship the exhaust back or I need to make sure that the fabricator has that spacing there for the baffles?