When I bought my bike I rode it home for about 75km, and decided the V&H´s were too loud for me.
The exhaust came with the original wrapped baffle.
First attempt at less noise was based on an idea from the internet, where you place a pipe with a few flutes cut into it, inside the original baffle.
It did reduce noise, but was still too loud.
Then I tried the classic "lollipop" baffles, but they were even louder than the pipes.
So I went back to the pipe idea, and made some new ones, this time with a closed end and multiple holes drilled in the side. The holes where then bend in the direction of the flow.
It reduced the noise a bit more over the first pipes, but still too loud.
I then decided to make a set of end caps based on the idea from the hardcore quiet baffles.
The end caps uses a bit bigger pipe to fit over the inside pipe, to force all the gasses through the inside tube.
This gives a great sound when accelerating, much like the Harley sound, but quiet and pleasant when cruising.
My only concern is that they may be a bit too restrictive.