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Has anyone de' baffle the stock f4 exhaust???

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Has anyone had any success moding the stock exhaust, by de' baffle the 4 orgin pipes???

i was thinking of removing the cat, de baffle the exhaust, and then have the hole stock exhaust system ceramic coated "Jet Hot", any help would be very appreciated.

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I did a exhaust swap with casoli moto when they were here in Tampa, Florida and i exchanged it for a polished exhaust with blue anodized tips and it was debaffled. It definitely doesn't sound like and inline 4. It has an exotic sound like no other. I am very happy with it and i also added a aftermarket air filter,powercommander and it was professionally dyno tuned.
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Casoli moto, aren't they in the U.K. now???

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If you completely gut the four exhaust tips it's my opinion that you're going to create a real flow problem with the exhaust gases. The ends of the tips have cones which are pointed forward and are going to raise hell with the flow without a tube to guide the flow into them.

You'd be better off to replace the perforated tubes with solid ones to maintain the flow integrity. You also should insulate them as the originals are or you'll fry the underside of your tail.

Personally I'd leave them alone.

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If you completely gut the four exhaust tips it's my opinion that you're going to create a real flow problem with the exhaust gases. The ends of the tips have cones which are pointed forward and are going to raise hell with the flow without a tube to guide the flow into them.

You'd be better off to replace the perforated tubes with solid ones to maintain the flow integrity. You also should insulate them as the originals are or you'll fry the underside of your tail.

Personally I'd leave them alone.
Agreed.

Another reason why I went with the twin can Arrows setup though it did lose the iconic 4 pipe setup.

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O.K. so bad idea, just get the rg3 slip on's, are a full arrow style system, thanks everyone!!!!

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I borrowed a good friends Casoli's for a few months and they were shit hot on the EV03 and loud only to the rider, not the passer-by

they have a way of blowing the sound back up and around the rider of the bike which makes them actually sound louder to the rider than the public, you have to have then fitted and ride the bike to understand the feeling of the sound

perhaps every casoli may be different but the ones i tried had no effect on performance, I do know that others do not agree but I can only comment on the ones i tried.
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I debaffled mine, cut them in half threw the standard stuff out and put in 4 perforated tubes,repacked them with sound deadening material. I also put the perforated tubes with sound deadening in the tail pieces as well. Sounds like it should a bit louder than RG3's at idle. No performance loss and it makes good power.
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From what I have read, does not seem like no matter what 4 pipe setup one gets, there is not really a change in power is there? I am just curious. Disclaimer: I am not a hp nut. I just love the noise

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