Thanks ShortyOn 2006-12-29 05:49, Shorty wrote:
brownbomber...have you considered putting the baffles in the header pipe in front of the adaptor rather than drilling the ends of the pipes?
That's where I installed mine which takes about 10 minutes per side. Easy to install and remove, just a couple of bolts and clamps. The header pipe to adaptor clamp keeps the baffles in place (no drilling required and I used the cheapy 1 1/2" diameter JC Whitney baffles part number ZX013522R at $3.99 each...you won't need the bolts and nuts that come with them).
I've had problems in the past with drilling chromed pipes and rust setting in.