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Undo the support bracket and slacken the clamp then twist the muffler , you mite have to give it some help with a hammerband tap it as yoj do this

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If you mess with those mufflers you are goin to loose back pressure and your bikes performance will suffer. Get some slip ons , Vance and Hines, or Rinehart or Sampson. You'll get the sound you want and your performance will be enhanced as well

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