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wanting to remove the baffle on my yosh. rs3. I could not get the exit side cap off. And had to drill out one bolt. Can someone please clue me in on as how to correctly remove the baffle?

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[ 05-02-2002, 05:25 PM: Message edited by: -speadfreak ]
 

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I removed the baffle from my Yosh. It is loud as hell. It will sound cool for about a month then get aggrevating after that.

I have the carbon fiber type... I had to drill out the rivets and pull off the exit cap. After that you just hafta reach in and pull out the fiberglass packing.

Just a suggestion:
If you plan to take out the packing and leave it out, consider welding a sleeve onto the internal pipe to cover the holes in it. This will cut down on noise and back pressure. You may have to have the bike re-mapped... I haven't but I havent had it checked to see what the change in power has been either
 

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the bike is not a fulie. I am aware of the low end loss without a re jett.and geaing
 

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well you have to get both sides open and then remove middle pipe then rivit back together. once done kinda hard to undo
 
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