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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 05-06-2019, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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I want my Bonny to be a bit Louder

Currently rocking pea shooters. What would you suggest if I wanted slightly louder exhaust? My bike is very vintage looking, with dirt bike style bars.
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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 05-06-2019, 06:33 PM
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I'm certain someone expert will chip in soon, but I've got to say I've never seen silencers extend beyond the rear wheel as yours do. Are there manufacturers numbers/names on them?

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TEC 2-2 Sprints sound pretty good on my T100


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They are stock, someone has taken a hacksaw to the rear mudguard so it looks worse. You haven't included bike year or location in your details but value for money I like my Dunstall 2:1 with baffle in. Keep in mind you will have to re-tune if you change the exhaust.

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I like Dominator Touring , avail through Cone Eng.They aren't screaming loud, nor are they dead quiet. You'll probably need to re-jet your carbs
to use them.

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You want Triumph Off Road or also known as TOR mufflers......you will like them. A nice sound when you get on the gas but not to bad when taking it easy in the neighborhood.
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=TOR+exhaus...ai=OrxdXjgKa_E
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When I first got my Speedmaster, I couldnít find the exhaust I wanted. So I added some Cobra slip onís, with a simple made bracket.
But then I switched to Tors, and they actually sound better. Not too loud, but a nice rumble.

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Bafflectomy and/or punch or drill a half inch or bigger hole in the rear baffle.
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Remus Exhaust

I did a lot of research on exhaust. These were hard to find in the US, but worth the hunt. Remus has removable baffles and work with a center stand. I own a 2013 Bonneville SE.
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