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debaffling stock pipes of a suzuki m50

Discussion in 'Modifications and Projects' at netrider.net.au started by dexxl, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. anyone know where i can find a resource to do this myself?

    or anyone know how to do it?!?


     
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  3. Blue14 has a Boulevard C50 that he has debaffled. He might be able to tell you what's up with doing it.

    Check it out in the "Garage".
     
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  4. yes as long as they are the same set up as the c50 i am your man. I am sure they are.. :grin:
     
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  5. Same pipes - same solution.

    The MJ site has video with sound clips so you can tell the difference.

    I have drilled mine, and am happy with the difference.

    If you debaffle - you cant go back to stock.
     
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  6. I was concerned with debaffling but thought well if its no good i will just have to get some new pipes. BUt they have a very deep note, sound almost like a V8 boat if thats any help.. :grin: I had a copy of that clip ut its gone.. Even had a link of how to do it, but couldnt find that either.. :evil:
     
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  8. Thanks for your info and the phone call Blue14. I found this clip after our phone call and am impressed at the difference that debaffling makes. Will keep in contact soon.
     
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  9. You done better than me.. I was trying to find it still.. :grin:
     
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  10. LOL, The search button really helped.

     
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  11. Oops - debaffled some months ago.

    I was concerned when a C50 filtered past me when I was in the cage - and I didn't hear him - at all!

    Commute every day on the M50, and the cages hear me coming - and make room for me.

    Not so loud as to piss people off. Ridden past many cop cars and bikes - never been pulled over so far!
     
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