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Old 04-02-2003, 02:32 AM   #1
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how can i get more performance from my stock tune pipe
i,ave heard something about turing the baffle around inside or drilling holes in it. could someone help me out please..
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take the baffler out, put sealant where it came from, and chris also drilled his stinger out a bit, but i would not advise that straight away.
basically take the baffler out and seal it up.

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You can either remove the baffle... which i found gives the engine more top and low end
or u can cut hte baffle down and drill holes in the sides... this gives a fair bit more low end torque but a bit less top end

ive found that removing the baffle also makes the engine easier to tune. if you do remove the baffle you will need some sort of liquid sealant to seal the pipe up again because the O ring wont stay by itself
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beat u chris.
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Lol


u like my idea in the V-One S thread for a V-One Mini?
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Yeh mini's rule
especially the one in Goldmember it sounds like a v8 supercar
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He he he

I dont like austin powers
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i do
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