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Vance Hines Quiet Baffle For Fishtail and 3 Round Slip On Exhausts
Now I can hear!
When I installed the Vance and Hines staggered slashed pipes, they were really loud , especially on the top end and raspy. After putting nt the quiet baffles, which was no small feat, I follow the video online and wrapped them with some small gauge wire and they slid right in. Now the bike has that deep bass sound without the extra raspy calamity on top end. Very satisfied.
May 19, 2014
Too quiet for me and my Softail Slim
Went from Standard baffles to these... I didn't necessarily want my bike quieter as much as I was hoping to get a deeper tone as some reviews of these led me to believe. After installing I really had to get on the throttle to get any bark out of the pipes... Also at idle it was embarrassingly quiet, yet still louder than stock pipes. I'm not saying these are a bad product, they are quality items and are fairly easy to install. These just were not what I was looking for, if you want a deeper tone, in my opinion, put the money you'd spend on these towards some Big Shots or similar FULL exhaust. If you're looking to quiet down your bike versus the standard baffles which are pretty loud, then by all means these will do it and you'll still be louder than the stock Harley pipes.
Lastly, Don't be misled by videos of the difference in sound, I shot video of the Standard Baffles, then shot video of the Quiet Baffles... they sound almost identical when comparing video to video, but the difference in person/riding is night and day.
May 15, 2014
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james g: I took my stock baffles out because I wanted more sound and open exhaust is just too loud and didn't want to buy a full exhaust system for just a little more sound so these should be what I'm looking for I hope if not may end up buying slip ons.Jun 26, 2014
brice h: for the wifes bike and she wanted it a little quieter and it adds a little back pressureJun 6, 2014
Craig B: I wanted to tone down the rappy sound of the Vance & Hines Twin Slash Staggered pipes.May 4, 2014
Jimmy W: The Twin Slash Slip Ons are one way to go to get a Harley sound out of your bike without breaking the bank. However with the Standard baffles they are a little raspy. The Quiet Baffles are still plenty "Harley" loud, take out the Rasp that the Standard baffles have and make it a deeper tone. Just what the doctor ordered.Apr 25, 2014
gene s: Slip on mufflers are too loud by themselves even though they do sound good. Don't need to give the thieving state of California any more of my money with a noise ticket.Apr 11, 2014
John M: The baffles that came with the pipes are a little too loud and the sound is kind of "rappy."Apr 3, 2014
Brian S: Use these inserts to make the Twin Slash a bit quieter. Just be sure to order (2). They are sold each, not as a pair.Dec 5, 2013
Donn W: Stock baffles on the slash slip-ons were a little to loud. These are just right!Oct 28, 2013
A shopper asked:Do these fit the Vance & Hines Twin Slash Staggered 2-into-2 Power Chamber exhaust system that is sold for the Yamaha bolt?Apr 26, 2014