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Vance & Hines Quiet Baffle For Fishtail and 3" Round Twin Slash Slip-On Mufflers
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Vance & Hines Quiet Baffle For Fishtail and 3" Twin Slash Round Slip-On Mufflers

Quiet baffle reduces sound level by approximately 2-3 dB.


  • Sold each
  • Made in the USA

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • Designed for use with V&H Fishtail and 3" Round Twin Slash slip-on mufflers only
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Vance Hines Quiet Baffle For Fishtail and 3 Round Twin Slash Slip-On Mufflers 4.1 5 15 15
Good Product To Keep The Peace. Purchased V&H Twin Slash slip ons for my Sporty about a month ago. Awesome pipes but loud. Not that I didn't like the sound, I loved it! But my neighbors didn't so to keep the peace I bought these quiet baffles. I read some reviews prior to purchase and based on those I expected the install to be a pain but that wasn't the case. I did remove about 3" of the "fiberglass" (it is actually a ceramic product, not fiberglass at all), re-taped it around the baffle and installed. The fit was snug but not difficult. The sound is definitely quieter than the standard baffle, less edgy but still throaty. Somewhere between stock and the standard that comes with the pipes. Performance is still better than stock too. Don't forget to remap fuel for the new baffle! October 23, 2015
Not to quiet Baffles were easy to install. I removed some of the outer wrap to ease installation . The stock baffles in the twin slash pipes were a little bit loud so I tried the quiet baffles. The decibel level is good but the sound takes a little time to acquire a taste for. October 20, 2015
Install notes to make things easier Great product, really love the deeper, throaty sound these baffles give my V&H Twin Slash exhaust system on my Vulcan 900 Classic (2 or 3 dB reduction, not nearly as ear-splitting sharp pop). Some install notes: 1. Pull both rear heat shields off before starting job. 2. Extract stock helical baffles after removing set screw using a pair of needle nose pliers or vise grips on the square backing plate for the set screw. 3. Quiet baffles come with (in this mechanical engineer's humble opinion) far too much fiberglass batting wrap. Here's what I did when it became obvious that these would bind and not fit properly without modification: A) cut tape on batting, and unroll 6-8" on batting from baffle assembly (there's a fiberglass mesh backing seam that gives a natural margin), cut a remove excess batting material. B) re-wrap batting tightly, and re-wrap the entire length of fiberglass with a continuous length of clear packing tape (this will burn off in 200-300 miles of normal exhaust temps, no worries). C) lubricate 1/2 to 2/3 the length of taped batting with silicone lube/vegetable shortening/anything that won't dissolve the tape, leaving the end with the set screw "dry" so you can keep a good grip. 4. instead of the 1.5 hour horror story installs, the baffle will now insert rather easily with a little "with the wrap" twisting and tapping with a dowel and rubber mallet. 2 minutes, tops. 5. Go slow lining up the set screw hole and the square backing plate. Small adjustments with a pair of needle noses on the backing plate. Truthfully this can be the trickiest part. Go slow, be patient and persistent and the threads will grab 6. Thoroughly clean exhaust pipe before reinstalling heat shields. Clean heat shields after installation. 6. Start her up and listen to her new growl! You will smell the tape and lube cooking off as the exhaust stream heats up the assembly. In a couple hundred miles, the tape and lube will be totally burned off and the batting will fully expand, finalizing your awesome new growl that won't cheese off the neighborhood at idle. September 27, 2015
Good buy. Bought a set of V&H pipes that turned out a little loud for my tastes. These quiet baffles worked exactly as promised. They were a little tight to install at first, but I removed a small amount of packing and wrapped the remainder with some wire, and they went in a lot easier. I gave them 4 stars only because of the slight modifying I needed to do. I would highly recommend this product. August 26, 2015
Didn't fit. I bought a pair of 3 in VH slip on for my stock 15 Street Bob and while I like the sound, it was so loud at high rpms that it made it exhausting to drive. So, I ordered a pair of these baffles... and rcvd them today. - The ones i received do not look exactly the photo...the fiberglass is far wider than the image shown and far winder than what could be compressed. I tried for hours. I wrapped then whole area super right with tape, and theres NO way it would fit. I tried everything and eventually gave up and put my stock pipes on.. thats too bad, cause I really wanted this to work July 24, 2015
Hard to get baffle in the pipe This baffle produced the sound I was looking for in my Heritage Softail. It was very difficult getting into the pipe due to the fiberglass wrapping. I would recommend you take your pipes off of the bike prior to installation. July 6, 2015
Not easy to insert Well, this should not be too hard to install but in my case it was. 1) The fiberglass around the baffle is wider than the actual muffler, making it difficult to insert nicely all the way in. They should have come up with a way that when you insert the baffle there is not obstruction and once the fiberglass gets hot it then expand inside the muffler. They put some clear tape around the fiberglass but it was not all the way around and it was not compressed either. On one of them I had to remove the whole thing once I had it 3/4 of the way in, it was insane. After trying the second time I was able to manage but still was not fun. I have seen other companies doing a better job when it comes to quiet baffles. June 1, 2015
I can hear again VBH1 is correct the baffle is not the one in the picture but it works. I could not imagine all the other reviews were correct on how hard the baffles are to change and I was right but not the way I wanted. These things are a royal pain in the rear to change. The fiberglass insulation wants to bunch up even when using wire like others suggested. I also had a tough time getting the original baffle out. If you watch the Vance & Hines video showing the baffle change out they make it look easy but these thing do not slide in and out of the mufflers at all. I had to beat the old baffles out and use a rubber mallet to get the new one back in. I do like the tone of the bike after the change it seems deeper and going down the highway the volume is not overwhelming as it was with the original baffles. I also noticed the bike ran better and did not backfire near as bad as it did with the original baffles. Overall I think this was a good choice because I could not hear with my Uclear due to the volume of the original baffles. April 7, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
john k: The original mufflers were too subdued. I wanted more of a Harley sound. Oct 14, 2015
Gerald B: I will still have friends in the neighborhood... May 20, 2015
Julio C: Why did I choose this ? One word : neighbors ! May 18, 2015
Richard C: Slip ons are a bit too loud, need to get along with my neighbors. Apr 19, 2015
Gilbert P: Good reviews- might want to have less thunder. Feb 3, 2015
tom c: I love the look of the Vance & Hines 3" slip on's I bought, but they are very loud with the baffles that come in the kit. I bought these to quiet them down just a little and keep my neighbors as my friends. Jan 2, 2015
bradley p: I needed it quieter lol Oct 23, 2014
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 pressure Jun 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
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Jan F: I would suggest that you call Vance and Hines for that information. Apr 27, 2014
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