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post #1 of 6 Old 08-27-2007, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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Stock exhaust takin the baffle out

I was wonderin how you take the baffle out me and my friend looked at it and didnt see a way to do this other than cutting it out i really dont want to have to cut the baffle out so i was wonderin if there was any other way to get it out of there?
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Should come right out without cutting anything. Theres a bolt on the bottom of the cannister and obviously the bolts on the endcap. Thats all. Get the pipe warm and then grab the baffle with a pair of pliers and yank........ Should come out...

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Ok ill try that thanks for the help
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post #4 of 6 Old 08-29-2007, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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Will takin the baffle out increase the power....and when i do this will i will have to re program my computer i also have a pro flow kit and will take the air box lid off and doin all of this would i feel a noticeable difference in power.
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Yes you would flow more air and that means more power. Are you running a PCIII or is it the OEM computer you are talking about reprogramming? I wouldnt do anything until I had an aftermarket fuel controller like a PCIII or a dobeck, etc.

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I still have the stock computer on there...what would happen if i did this and just reprogrammed the stock computer instead of puchasing an aftermarket one??
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