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De-baffled exhaust is for the tip!

Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' at netrider.net.au started by pringa8, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. Just picked up a set of Yoshi's for the Storm (fraction of the RRP, thankyou Ebay!) to replace the old Honda pipes that had the baffles removed when I bought it. Wow, what a difference. I'd heard just the other week that removing the baffles stuffs it up a bit, and I'm tending to agree now as the bottom end is soooo much smoother with slightly more torque. I'd have a 'choppy' response to slight acceleration/twist of the throttle but that's completely gone now, slight twist with no worries (if that makes sense).

    So, throw those de-baffled exhausts and get some proper tuned stuff, makes a world of difference. Either that or just leave it standard.

  2. Prices!!!!

    Aus eBay? or USA i find USA has heaps better stuff thats cheaper even after postage.
  3. $230!!! In top nick too! Oh yeah! USA ebay, just before the dollar took a nose dive (Aus post took their sweet @rse time cause they farken lost them, and that's after a courier company lost my bloody car wheels!)