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savagedude84
04-02-2015, 6:07 PM
How many people are running a straight exhaust with some sort of baffle? I need to redue mine and looking for suggestions!

rextec
04-02-2015, 6:15 PM
How many people are running a straight exhaust with some sort of baffle? I need to redue mine and looking for suggestions!

I'm running a straight exhaust on mine with a "lollipop" (washer welded to a bolt) i made to restrict the exhaust a bit. Runs great and sounds mean! I'm also running a uni pod filter and didn't even have to re-jet. Mine is an '87 though so it came with larger jets from the factory.

savagedude84
04-02-2015, 6:24 PM
Sweet! I have jets for my carb so that want be a problem..have any pics of it?

rigidchop
04-02-2015, 6:39 PM
I ran a screaming eagle slip on off of a Dyna for years, it sounded great.

nickythegreek
04-02-2015, 7:17 PM
I am finishing up a voodoo vintage hard tail conversion on my '06 and would love to go to a straight pipe but want to figure out how well it would run as well. Currently I am using a stock dyna castoff and have tuned it with no backfiring and I am not looking forward to doing that again. A baffle of some sort will probably be required.

Found this post with some info and a youtube of a ls650 with straightpipe it in action.
Info + Video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uZjfI808Ds)
Another Video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVUsXR4g9zk)

Raask makes the only aftermarket drag pipe that I am aware of but the cost of it and shipping to the USA is crazy high.
RAASK LS650 Drag Pipe (http://www.raask.se/sls.htm)
RAASK Homepage (http://www.raask.se/ind-eng.htm)
RAASK LS650 Youtube Video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNgXjyy36aY)

savagedude84
04-02-2015, 8:01 PM
Blue collar bobber makes a drag pipe for savage but it doesn't seal right in the header and leaks

rextec
04-02-2015, 9:24 PM
It's just a short straight exhaust, which i slash cut. I dont have any close ups right now though.

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