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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-19-2010, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Baffle/Spark Arrestor

Whatever the thing is you can take out in your muffler??

I know it makes it louder...

Are there any other things it does?

Would it cause any problems (i.e would i need to rejet or would it mess up my pistons?)

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Well if you get caught in a National Forrest or a State run riding area you could get fined and told to load up and leave till you get a forrestry approved spark arrestor put back on, If you are not racing leave it in loud pipes get areas closed down.

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Yeah, I agree with 69, the Forestry Service wouldn't like that at all, there's too many fires already, besides being louder. I don't think it helps them all that much performance wise, anyway.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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Its makes poeple call the cops on ya.
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Yep its one sure fire way of getting kicked out of the places you ride. And it makes such a minimal difference theres just no point. If anything buy and aftermarket slip on. That will give you some sound and power( sadly you will need to rejet tho)

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