|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-03-2019 09:50 AM|
Exhaust gas flow Right to Left.
Remove the right side cone shaped cap.
Easy to remove a few spot welds.
|11-01-2019 12:52 AM|
|Youngy01||Thanks Earl. Will try that when they arrive.|
|10-28-2019 07:43 PM|
|drtrider||Welcome to the board where your questions will be answered|
|10-28-2019 07:20 PM|
|Earl Riviere||Remove the block in the LEFT of the picture.|
|10-28-2019 06:24 PM|
|10-28-2019 06:06 PM|
|God||Welcome to the forum!|
|10-28-2019 04:43 PM|
I've ordered the baffles am playing the waiting game now.
Without having the baffle in my hand it's difficult to know which block you're referring to. As pictured from left to right? I'm not sure how many blocks there are either.
|10-26-2019 07:06 AM|
|steveroy60||Welcome from Daytona Beach, enjoy and ride safely.|
|10-25-2019 09:35 PM|
Welcome to the VTXOA!
We have a few Aussies on this board.
Three times going through the perforated tube.
Drill larger holes or knock out one of the blocking devices.
Remove the front block and 2 of 3 re-redirects are out of the flow.
Easiest one to remove and replace.
|10-25-2019 08:04 PM|
New to owning a vtx 1800
I am new to cruisers, if you can indeed label the 1800 power house as that.
I've spent hours researching a sound option for my VTX 1800c (02 model). It currently has a set of cobra retro pipes with shortened qc long cores to suit the retro length.
An understanding I've picked up from different forums is that these baffles/cores have a much quieter but deeper cound than the standard cobra cores.
I have emailed Cobra however there not interested in assisting me with a specific item number as they don't ship to Australia - standard core.
A part number would be greatly appreciated for the standard cores as well as advice on modding the qc cores for a more noise without losing too much back pressure.