You can always make some if you can not find some made already.Take some perferated steel, roll into a funnel shape, weld were the two ends meet and insert into the tail pipe. Hold it in place with a sheet metal screw or a bolt and nut. Or you can do the washer welded to a bolt or lolli-pop type restriction. Put a small hole in the tail pipe insert the lolly-pop into the hole and lock it into place with two nuts. You can turn the lolly-pop restrictor from wide open to flat across the pipe to adjust the noise. Now if that is still too loud you can put a bolt in the center hole of the washer. The washer will not make it perfectly quiet, but it can tone it down a bit and it can be done for cheap. ...Also ear plugs help.
Why does the new forum or Administrator not make it Mandatory to say where you live
and have it posted with part of your signature.
Are we too shy or lazy not to say. :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
I live in BC and can get a big discount on my insurance if I have a collector mototrcyle. One of the stipulations is that the production run must be under 1500 units for the year. I am looking at a 2004 Arlen Ness Signature Series Vegas. I need to send the insurance company a link to an article...