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where to the baffles go? in front of the pipes, (archive)

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Posted by or in the tips? (EOM) on June 21, 2000 at 12:57:37:

In Reply to: Added the baffles to the tri-flo and it sounds posted by ChewToy on June 21, 2000 at 07:24:46:

: AWESOME. I dare say it sounds "perfect" to my ears now. You would be surprised what those little inserts will do! It still has a deep sound from 1200k to about 2k where it starts to taper off. It just sounds mean. I'm wondering what the differences are between the loud version and the quiet versions of the tri-flo. Anyone know? My headaches are gone now, and I'm convinced it was the tri-flo that was causing them. Ever since I had the B&B baffles put it, my headaches have been gone, I shit you not. Regardless I'm glad we are both happy. Incase you guys want to know, the doc and I swapped exhausts, my new AA exhaust for his new tri-flo (loud) version. His fiancee thought the tri-flo was too loud, and I tend to agree, the loud version wears you down. If any of you with the loud version feels the same way, I highly recommend you get the baffles. It cleans up the sound in that it takes out some raspiness, and alot of the resonance in the cabin, yet seems to sound throatier. IMO it sounds PERFECT! :)




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