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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.
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Reviews & Questions
1 year ago
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.
over 2 years ago
Overall, this did what I needed. I was at over 100db just at idle and now I'm between 87-93db and its tolerable. If you like it louder than that, you're on the wrong page!
I am running a 2014 VN900 custom with twin slash staggered:
Bought these quiet baffles a while ago, but could not for the life of me get the V&H stock baffles out. Had to take it back to shop and they did it super fast. Bike still sounded good as they drove it around. I certainly do miss the explosion of sound when I'd crank the engine with the V&H stock baffles and the loud but low rumble at red lights. However, my ears thank me because I no longer get headaches or earaches from riding anymore. It's kinda hard to describe the sound of the pipes now - other reviewers described it as low & "throaty," I guess that's accurate. Sometimes I also think it sounds like the classic motorcycle sound I imagined in my head when I'd pretend to ride an imaginary motorcycle when I was kid.
Anyway, overall I wish the bike retained the same loud low rumble at idle, but it still sounds good & it's a trade-off I'll gladly accept to keep my ears healthy.
Installing it is impossible to get them to fit without some modification, mine went smooth and quick. I just used what another review said to do. Unravel the insulation around the baffle, cut off about 6 inches of it, rewrap it as tight as possible with packing tape and use a little lubrication (I actually used a very very small amount of vegetable oil) line up the screw hole before you get the baffle all the way in makes it real easy, couple taps with a rubber mallet and its over.
Starting the bike it makes a huge difference, before my ears would ring when I was done riding, it has a distinctive "Harley" sound still and after I completed my stage 1 it is absolutely perfect in what I was trying to achieve.
over 2 years ago
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.
1 year ago