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Vance & Hines Quiet Baffle For Harley & Metric
Vance & Hines Quiet Baffle For Harley & Metric
The Quiet Baffle reduces exhaust sound level by 3-5 dB.
Designed for use with the Big Shots Staggered Exhaust, Big Shots Long Exhaust, Big Shots Duals Exhaust, Straightshots Exhaust, Straightshots HS Slip-On Mufflers, Longshots HS Exhaust, Softail Duals Exhaust, Sideshots Exhaust, and Shortshots Staggered Exhaust.
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Reviews & Questions
I first looked into getting a pair of quiet baffles after reading an article about back pressure and some power gains in the low-mid rev range. There is not much to do in the case of short shots, but gladly the engineering of the quiet baffles from V&H can add a little bit of that back pressure with the cap on one end of the baffles. It changes the flow dynamics of the exhaust and also quiet it down a tone.
It would be a lot easier to install them with the pipes off the bike. I however, installed them with the pipes on. Started by removing the shields and the allen screw locking the standard baffles in place.
The hardest part for me was trying to fit the quiet baffles in with all the glass fiber stuff. Even after adding another layer of scotch tape it did not help. So I removed the tape I added and removed the excess of glass fiber from both ends, not too much tho.
Inserted them by twisting it around until I could not move them anymore and I still had a good portion standing out of the pipes so I used a small screw driver to help me push the fibers into the gap between the pipe and the baffle. After that the hardest part was aligning the holes for the locking screw. After some good 30 minutes I was able to put them both in place and lock it down. Installed the heat shields back on and it was ready to roll.
Short shots will be short shots, they are still loud. However, the tone down is evident, there is a deeper sound to it and not too much of the standard snap sound. I love the way it sounds in idle. Like another reviewer said, I can creep out of my neighborhood without waking up their babies and chihuahuas. It also doesn't irritate my wife as much either, although she said she preferred when it was loud so people would know I was there when riding down the roads.
If you got the short shots you definitely want these. Makes the pipes sound awesome and you wont get those obnoxious looks or complaints from neighbors...
I didnt need to retune it but wanted to see if there were little changes. So i plugged in my master tune 2 from tts and showed no difference then stock baffles.
Buy it and put it on. Installation was easy. They come fully wrapped so they slid right in took about 1 minute each to put in and tighten down. The longest part was putting on the heat shields again..
These baffles, while expensive, do exactly what they say they'll do. The bike is plenty loud for the rider, but isn't offensive at all for neighbors or other vehicles on the road. I have them installed on a set of V&H Short Shots Staggered pipes.
How loud is it? I'm probably a poor judge as my hearing isn't the greatest, but the volume doesn't bother me at all while riding. It has a nice low burble at idle or cruising speeds and roars when you open it up. My wife said it makes her ears ring after an hour or so, but I don't experience that myself.
Standing in the yard while my wife pulls away, I can't hear her much after getting 3-4 houses down the road. I also can't hear her at all while driving behind her in my car. Take that however you want. It's definitely not a "loud pipes save lives" sort of volume at normal riding speeds, but it's plenty loud when you open it up.
over 2 years ago