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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 07:31 AM Thread Starter
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removing baffles

My 2012 switcnback ,I had a twin slash slip-on installed at dealer .. I'm trying to remove baffle . I got the screws out but can't get the baffle to move .. any ideas?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 08:14 AM
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Hit it out from the front end. Use something like a broomstick handle and a BFH. The engine isn't going to run very well with no baffles in the muffs tho !

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Another thing. If those are bolt on end caps you removed the bolts from the baffles might be welded into the muffs. What brand muffs ?

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factory header 2-into-1 with factory cat convertor and vance and hine twin slash slip-on .. stage 1 upgrade and download

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Marknett, The problem never is whether or not you talk to yourself, it's not even a problem when you answer. The problem arises when you ask yourself a question then go HUH?
Sometimes I'll get so aggravated at the wife , I go for a walk and still be having the argument by myself . She will be answering me in my head and I will just be going off out loud .. lol

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