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PostSubject: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeSat Feb 08, 2014 10:05 pm

Oiler wrote:
 HH Shorties on my oldIntruder we're too noisy, as we're a pal's V&H Any views please on what's noisy, but not that noisy?

(This is a quote from another section - it's more appropriate here)

Apart from modified stock,it's easy to quieten down aftermarket pipes. Take out the baffles and wrap fibre-glass stove rope or ladder tape from a heating supplies firm around the baffles, fix with wire and refit. This is a universal method where you can get any exhaust down to any volume you require. I used it very successfully on my HH Short Cuts. Quiet baffles are available commercially but will give a fixed db reduction. You will find all the info available by searching this section. Hope this helps.
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeSat Feb 08, 2014 10:34 pm

Bluesman wrote:
Oiler wrote:
 HH Shorties on my oldIntruder we're too noisy, as we're a pal's V&H Any views please on what's noisy, but not that noisy?

(This is a quote from another section - it's more appropriate here)

Apart from modified stock,it's easy to quieten down aftermarket pipes. Take out the baffles and wrap fibre-glass stove rope or ladder tape from a heating supplies firm around the baffles, fix with wire and refit. This is a universal method where you can get any exhaust down to any volume you require. I used it very successfully on my HH Short Cuts. Quiet baffles are available commercially but will give a fixed db reduction. You will find all the info available by searching this section. Hope this helps.
Helpful as always. Thanks (and transferred to the correct section too)
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Jimmyboy
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeTue Feb 18, 2014 6:57 am

Best way to quieten after market exhausts is to put the originals back on lol.

Jim.
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeTue Feb 18, 2014 5:52 pm

Jimmyboy wrote:
Best way to quieten after market exhausts is to put the originals back on lol.

Jim.
That's not quiet, that's silent  Quietening down aftermarket exhausts 2740622253
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeTue Mar 25, 2014 9:45 pm

I dont know how this solution is as a permanent use, but i have used it for the inspecions that needs to be done one motorbikes every 2 years here in Sweden.
I have a pice of pipe with the same outer diameter as the pipes have inner diameter.
One end has a welded bottom with 10, 5mm holes in them. 
I put 2 of those metallic "balls" that is used for cleaning, like "metallic scotch-brite", in the pipe.
The inner pipe is fitted at the end of the exhaust and fitted with a screw that goes through the exhaust pipe and in to the inner pip.
This reduces the sound level enough to pass through the inspection Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeWed Mar 26, 2014 4:46 pm

Good little cheap mod Twenty2.
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeWed Mar 26, 2014 4:49 pm

Thanks alfie Wink

As i said, i dont know how it will work on long term usage. But it lower the sound level enough to get passed through the inspection. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeWed Mar 26, 2014 8:21 pm

Nice one Twenty2 always better to make something up if its just for a purpose day rather than permanent and even for permanent use some times when it is a simple modification   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts 184121345
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PostSubject: Re: Quietening down aftermarket exhausts   Quietening down aftermarket exhausts Icon_minitimeThu Mar 27, 2014 8:35 am

That worked well Twenty2.  Quietening down aftermarket exhausts 3498837457
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