I did this once and it was not fun or easy. I used a hard block of wood on the floor and pounded the baffling out of the way with a piece of long steel tubing. It was a lot of work, and I think it's much easier to buy some different mufflers. I had also tried sleeving the inside of the muffler with a slightly smaller diameter pipe to make it essentially a long pipe that looked like a muffler. Not a great idea.
I think Togas $$ sold through Norman Hyde are the same looking but throatier. There are plenty of cheap universal mufflers made that would be louder and have removable baffles.
Thanks for the reply. I have been searching for a while trying to find something for a friend's Tiger. He's getting it back to original condition, but wants a little bit throatier pipes than the stock offer. What were the "other" brands that you mention? Or, would it be best to stick with the NH Togas? Thanks again!
Nothing better than a pair of gold star silencers for sound, and when you get them on the cam oh nice mmm............. You can buy them easily left and right ones, and they have an offset tube inside and nothing else. http://www.burtonbikebits.net/images/CIMG0734.JPG
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