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Old 01-29-2009, 08:48 PM   #1
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removing baffle

any ideas on how to remove the baffles out of a yoshimura trc pipe?
and should i? or does it mess up how the bike is setup? any suggestions?
thanks in advance!
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As far as how to remove it from the yoshi i dont know I took mine out and it runs fine but it can mess up the way the bike runs ie not enough back pressure
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You can do it, you have to remove the rivits and pull the baffle, but you can do it. It'll also cause the bike to perform poorly almost assuredly.

If you do this, get it re-mapped or the performance will continue to plummet.
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so if i do this then get it re-mapped it will run fine or will it continue to lose performance?
sounds like im keeping them in for now! lol
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so if i do this then get it re-mapped it will run fine or will it continue to lose performance?
sounds like im keeping them in for now! lol
There's no good reason (or even a half-assed decent one) to remove the baffle anyway; but if you do it, a re-map should fix you up for performance, but it may be less performance than you could achieve with the baffle in. Once you remove that much back pressure, that's usually what happens with a bike engine.

Never know though, could work out.
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