It may sound like a debaffled Harley.
The Scorpion Tips were just obnoxious loud and in the mid range frequency amplified that. Human ear is automatically tuned to pick up mid range which is our voice and doesn't take long to give you listener fatigue which is after under an hour it just starts to get on your nerves
Last edited by FlyingCircus; 09-17-2018 at 10:28 PM.
and a big block is lower frequency and just is amazing
Also if you want the deepest tone from The stock pipes you need to completely gut both cans so that they act as resonators and by gutting them you leave large pipes that have a much deeper lower tone overall. And if you start having rider fatigue caused by the sound you could very easily make up a nice set of baffles to quiet things down a bit that wouldnt cost you an arm and a leg if you really want to make it work
Has anyone from UK debaffled their stock pipes?
I'd be very grateful for any info about tools.
Been hunting for the right hole saw for weeks now. Sets with extension have arbors wider than 32mm hole saw sitting on it. Those that could do the job no way to find fitting extension....
I have been following this thread and maybe this question was asked but I am going to ask it again if it was. Has anyone seen inside the OEM mufflers and are they packed with fiberglass or any other material or are they just metal inside?
M109R 2011 Black, 2" lowering bones, air horn, flash to pass garage door opener, Brakeaway Cruise Control, V-stream windshield, Back Off Brake hold, OEM engine guards, Cobra One Piece rear luggage carrier, Cobra Tri Pro 2 in 1 Black exhaust, Cobra FI 2000 AT fuel processor.
So my shorty exhaust experiments went south when I realised how bad my cuts and welds were. Sounded how I wanted but looked like hot garbage. Got the Hard Krome Velocity Pro. Looks great and sounds good. Sadly I'm disappointed in build quality. Bigger exhaust leak than my garbage. Issue coming from resonator itself / collector and not from the couplers. Going to pull it off this weekend and see if I can find the exact fault point.