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How do i make my motor bike exhaust louder with any cost?  MOTORBIKE!

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  • Domodude Jan 03, 2009

    but the baffle is like welded in there... and  i dont want to loose power and create back fire, will it do this? its a 1985 dr 250.. and suggestions on what i should do to it to give it more power... but cheapy

  • Domodude Jan 04, 2009

    well i do no if i cut it off it will loose alot of compression.. so i ask my self DOES THIS ****** HAVE ANY IDEA WITH HE IS ON ABOUT! obviously not!.... mate.. i wanna tair paddocks up and fuk around and be a phyco marfucker.... not take out a baffle... if you no any ways to make a REAL LOUD AWESOME B!TCH OF A NOISE! then contact me again... otherwise... grow some balls my one nutted friend.. there is no screw in the baffle im way to awesome for that

    best wishes


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Drill the baffles out of it

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  • troyhayward Jan 05, 2009

    dude you got problems i think you should visit if you don't think you need to take off your damn exhaust.


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You could buy a shorter exhaust or just cut your old one short. that would make it louder the shorter it is the louder it goes

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    Josh Johnson Jan 04, 2009

    sorry I have never heard that the baffle is welded in the exhaust. there should be one screw some wear in there holding it on. if theres not then that doesnt make any sence to me.


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