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Guys, anybody knows where I could find stock Victory swept exhaust baffles complete with the cats and all.... searched but can't find stockers. Lots of open aftermarket baffles, but I want stock.

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I mean these suckers.

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Guys, anybody knows where I could find stock Victory swept exhaust baffles complete with the cats and all.... searched but can't find stockers. Lots of open aftermarket baffles, but I want stock.

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Oh my that's a beautiful motorcycle! Congratulations you you sir.
Thank you much, but I might have to get rid of the pipes if I can't find complete stock baffles to put in 'em.

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maybe wrapping the baffles. Conquest might have better baffles

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Yeah, might have to consider wrapping the ones that are in now, but I would prefer stockers.

The ones I got in now are rpw conic style baffles.

I just find the bike too loud.

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I mean these suckers.
I assume these are open ended. If so tack weld a plate at the end closest to the headers and give that a try. I suspect it's the lack of cats that is making it super noisy. I have Victory straights with the spike cut off the baffles so essentially straight through and they are fine for volume.

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I assume these are open ended. If so tack weld a plate at the end closest to the headers and give that a try. I suspect it's the lack of cats that is making it super noisy. I have Victory straights with the spike cut off the baffles so essentially straight through and they are fine for volume.
Actually no, the picture I attached is what I am looking for and the end should have the cats and look like this:

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So no one knows where I could find the baffles, nor anyone has them used and wants to get rid of them?!?

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