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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-16-2019, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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Question Sleeper Pro Silencers for Bonneville

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I recently purchased some British Customs Sleeper Pro's for my 2014 T100 and while I absolutely love the tone, I do wish that they were louder most days. Is there any way to bring some more growl and volume to my bike while keeping the sleepers on?

Thanks so much!
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Had the exact same issue. Like the look of them MUCH more than Preds but eventually had to just suck it up and get preds.

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Ughhh, appreciate ya. Is the tone of the Predators similar to the Sleeper Pro’s at all?
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Had the exact same issue. Like the look of them MUCH more than Preds but eventually had to just suck it up and get preds.

Ughhh, appreciate ya. Is the tone of the Predators similar to the Sleeper Pro’s at all?
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Ughhh, appreciate ya. Is the tone of the Predators similar to the Sleeper Pro’s at all?
Not really. Sleepers are more of a deep growl where preds are more open and aggressive.
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Have you removed the airbox and done a TTP tune? or at least removed the airbox baffle? It will increase and improve the sound somewhat.

if you want loud go with shorites? They look amazeballs and are loud as hell. I am having trouble keeping them tamed.
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Have you removed the airbox and done a TTP tune? or at least removed the airbox baffle? It will increase and improve the sound somewhat.

if you want loud go with shorites? They look amazeballs and are loud as hell. I am having trouble keeping them tamed.

Sweet! Im thinking I’m gonna go for the baffle removal and get the tune from TTP.
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Sweet! Im thinking I’m gonna go for the baffle removal and get the tune from TTP.
Yeah, you will definitely notice a difference in sounds, but also it will ride SOOO much better. Also leave off the useless snorkel and put in a K & N high flow air filter if possible. I didnt bother with the expensive TTP breathe cover thing. I don't think it would do much... anything.

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Yeah, you will definitely notice a difference in sounds, but also it will ride SOOO much better. Also leave off the useless snorkel and put in a K & N high flow air filter if possible. I didnt bother with the expensive TTP breathe cover thing. I don't think it would do much... anything.
Have you seen the Dyno test results that TTP publishes comparing with snorkel, without snorkel, with NH velocity stack, and with TTP Breath? Takes some of the guess work out of thinking about it.

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Sweet! Im thinking I’m gonna go for the baffle removal and get the tune from TTP.
Yeah, you will definitely notice a difference in sounds, but also it will ride SOOO much better. Also leave off the useless snorkel and put in a K & N high flow air filter if possible. I didnt bother with the expensive TTP breathe cover thing. I don't think it would do much... anything.
Was definitely going to get the K&N filter and the the breath too but you don’t think it would make much of a difference to get the breath at all?
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