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Replacing baffles How do you replace the baffles on a Suzuki savage muffler?

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SOURCE: remove baffles from mufflers on a 1998 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder

there will probably be a couple or rivets close to the end of the muffler. drill out or chop off with a chisel. pull out baffles. but beware it will be loud. i did this to my dragstar/v star and ended up putting them back. you could just remove some of the fiberglass packing from the baffles, the cops will give you sh*t if you run straight thru. aftermarket pipes would be the real way to go, you may need to re-jet the carbs though. my bike also lost power with no baffles as engines need back pressure and all pipes are designed to give this.
hope this helps

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Suzuki savage oil filter location

on the right site engine cover ,got three bolts on front site of the cover under this cap is it oil filter

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SOURCE: Lost gas cap key for 1987 Suzuki Savage. Any way

Get your key code off your helmet lock. Check your owners manual in case the original sales man was nice enough to write it down. Call original dealer just in case they are nice enough to keep a record of the key code.

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SOURCE: Suzuki savage not starting. Cannot

You don't really have a fuse box, what you have is a 2 fuse holder type of fixture under the seat, it's about a 3/4 inch square cream and black holder, these 2 fuses run it all. - Les

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Remove baffles from mufflers on a 1998 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder


there will probably be a couple or rivets close to the end of the muffler. drill out or chop off with a chisel. pull out baffles. but beware it will be loud. i did this to my dragstar/v star and ended up putting them back. you could just remove some of the fiberglass packing from the baffles, the cops will give you sh*t if you run straight thru. aftermarket pipes would be the real way to go, you may need to re-jet the carbs though. my bike also lost power with no baffles as engines need back pressure and all pipes are designed to give this.
hope this helps

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