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Old 11-02-2012, 05:06 AM   #271 (permalink)
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Or just get Tridents which have a baffle and are longer...

On a serious note - if someone would like to let me have the inlet dimensions of the D&D I'd be happy to see if we can make up a baffle to fit that will take the edge off.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:24 AM   #272 (permalink)
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Or just get Tridents which have a baffle and are longer...

On a serious note - if someone would like to let me have the inlet dimensions of the D&D I'd be happy to see if we can make up a baffle to fit that will take the edge off.

Pretty amazing offer coming from a competitor. Hat's off to ya Peter.
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Old 11-02-2012, 06:00 PM   #273 (permalink)
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Fingers crossed someone has the inlet dimensions so I don't have to take mine off.

How would that work Peter? Is it a slip inside baffle at the beginning of the one into three pipe, or a slip in to each of the three polished exhausts?
How much difference do they make to your exhausts in note?

The D&Ds need to go from 'American obnoxious loud' (standing by to be flamed by my US friends ) to deep throat triple classy loud (UK Bond style).

Fantastic offer Peter.

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Yes it would go in at the inlet and we could tailor it to reduce as much as wanted - ours drops about 8 db for comparison
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:03 PM   #275 (permalink)
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Hi Peter,

In anticipation of your generous offer, I removed my D&D's last week

After dinner, I'll take the inlet measurement so no one else has to remove their exhaust.

If you need someone to do extensive testing of the prototype baffle, I gladly offer my services

You da man ! ... Tom

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I checked around and you no longer have any American friends
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It would have to be a shorter baffle than you used in your pipes, as there is a bend shortly after the inlet, not as straight as yours....


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Old 11-02-2012, 08:40 PM   #277 (permalink)
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It would have to be a shorter baffle than you used in your pipes, as there is a bend shortly after the inlet, not as straight as yours....


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Peter,

... I measured the inlet ID at 1.875" ( See pic 1)

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... See pic 2


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Thanks for the measurements Tom. I was hoping your pipes were still off the bike.
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Thanks for the measurements Tom. I was hoping your pipes were still off the bike.
Glad to be of assistance.

I've enjoyed the D&D's these past 3 years or so, and have also become an earplug expert in the process

I must admit however that I'm growing weary of loud cans, and find my newly rediscovered stock can a refreshing change.

It actually sounds pretty good ... for now

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