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Old 12-12-2011, 09:44 AM
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I have an 07 Super glide that is bone stock. Can i add the Rush slip ons with the 1.75" baffles without changing the fuel manegment any?
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Old 12-12-2011, 10:03 AM
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Yes, no problem. You may get a bit of decel pop, but the bike will sound nice otherwise
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:20 PM
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I have an 07 Super glide that is bone stock. Can i add the Rush slip ons with the 1.75" baffles without changing the fuel manegment any?
On a stock 07 you can use up to the 1.75" baffle with no tuning required, but it is still recommended. Some people have had success going up to the 2.00" baffle with no tune but I can not guarantee that will work for everyone due to factors such as elevation.
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On a stock 07 you can use up to the 1.75" baffle with no tuning required, but it is still recommended. Some people have had success going up to the 2.00" baffle with no tune but I can not guarantee that will work for everyone due to factors such as elevation.
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Can you please explain the differences between the various sizes of baffles?
1.75....etc.
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Old 12-12-2011, 03:27 PM
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The higher the number, the louder the sound
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Old 12-13-2011, 09:32 AM
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Thanks. Ordered them today
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Can you please explain the differences between the various sizes of baffles?
1.75....etc.
The size is referring to the diameter or the baffle. The 1.50" is just slightly louder than stock. The 1.75" and 2.00" are the most popular due to the deep tone without the volume level being obnoxious. The 1.75" will mellow out a bit more than the 2.00" when cruising at highway speeds. The 2.00" baffle will produce the best overall performance increases and is the most popular. The 2.25" is the largest offered for Dyna's. This size is the loudest and will require a fuel management system. While tuning is not always required with the smaller baffle sizes it is still recommended.
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I've had those same mufflers on my 2010 FXDC for about 6 months now & couldn't be happier. Had my brother ride my bike the other day so I could hear how they sounded on the street. They have a nice sound just motoring by, but they do bark when you get on it.
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I have them on mine, sound great...I do get a little decel pop, but I kinda like it..
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