Exhaust Mods

Apalachin Gary

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2013 Triumph Speedmaster
I don't want to spend huge bucks for new pipes (been down that road with two Harleys) and wondering if anyone has drilled small holes in the stock Speedmaster baffles. I would like just a little louder sound, not obnoxious.
 

Hurtle

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Peter
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2011 America (aka Roy)
I had the same problem - didn't want a Triumph that sounds like a Pfaaf sewing machine. So I did a little searching on eBay. Found "cocktail shaker" mufflers (eBay item 202783942121 ) for AU$100 a pair and link pipes (eBay item 293473750471 ) for AU$120 a pair. That's around US$70 and US$90. Add cheap and nasty heat shields. Easy as pie to fit. Fill each muffler with 5 stainless steel pot scrubber pads and produces a great note - not too loud, not too quiet. Pops a little on trailing throttle, but I don't mind that. Slight, but noticeable, increase in power.
 

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triumph david

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1976 t140 Triumph, 2006 Road King, 1982 Honda CB 900 C, 1973 Yamaha 360 Enduro, 1972 Corbin
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