SE Slip ons

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by ickysticky74, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. ickysticky74

    ickysticky74 Active Member

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    Has anybody altered the baffles on the SE slip ons? If you did does it mess up the back compression?
     
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  2. lv2ride56

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    Didn't alter the baffle itself but did remove the converter. Seems to run much cooler but changed headpipes at same time. Sound iproved also.
     
  3. SixPak

    SixPak Junior Member

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    I removed the built in cat and also removed the fiberglass packing. Didn't notice any temp difference, but sounds much better and seems to pull a bit better. Mine are on an ST.
     
  4. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Guest

    You can play with the baffles and not get in to too much trouble IMO, I have made exhaust splitters for back pressure issues while running fish tail drags on Baggers and had good results:s
     
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    ickysticky74 Active Member

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    Not sure how long they have been on. I got the bike in January 2011 with 4,200 miles on it. It was already opened up and had the SE slip ons. I just put am K&N air filter on it and took the bell cover off the air cleaner..