Good luck,darkholme888 said:....
All I can say is, mmmm.... its good!
It deepened the sound enough for me, but it didnt make it overbearingly loud.
Just went for a 780 mile trip this weekend and it was not annoying at highway speeds for long times.
This is what I did though, I left the baffles alone, but cut out the resonator at the end of the pipe, and that made all the volume difference I needed.
check out these to sites to see the resonator and picture instructions on cutting it out.
Really simple, 2 1/8th inch holesaw, drill through till you feel it go through 2 thicknesses of metal, grab the little pipe at the end with some pliers, wiggle and pull and volay! deeper sound. I think it took me all of 20 minutes.
If this isnt loud enough for you, Then you can punch holes in the baffles further in the pipes. The resonators you can put back in with a bolt if you had to, or reweld them in if you dont like the sound.
Now afterward I had alot more popping on decelration, so I had to adjust my fuel mixture screw. Again, an easy task that only took a few minutes, but does require you to drill out the plug over the screw. Then I turned the screws in (have 1 screw for each carb) all the way and then back out to 3ish turns. factory setting is 2 1/2 turns.
I was thinking of that too.....I put a bunch of baseball card on clothespins in the spokes, sounds apesh$t.