Supertrapp Question


Supertrapp Question

Postby EMS » Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:09 pm

Does anyone, or has anybody in the past, run a Supertrapp with just the single end-plate with the center hole? Is it too loud? What is the best jetting?
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Re: Supertrapp Question

Postby Will » Sun Mar 21, 2010 9:58 pm

EMS wrote:Does anyone, or has anybody in the past, run a Supertrapp with just the single end-plate with the center hole? Is it too loud? What is the best jetting?


Mike,

You have me confused, which is not unusual. The more plates, the louder. I think I run 7. 1 would be quieter than stock You'd have to adjust jetting per each individual bike, at least I would.
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Postby cbxtacy » Sun Mar 21, 2010 11:04 pm

Will, the end plate is different then the baffle plates. They make end plates that are solid and some that have a big hole in the middle. Some are stainless and some billet. End plate with the hole with no baffles would be pretty loud. Probably obnoxious for anyone behind it for any time. Cops could hear you coming for quite a ways.
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Postby EMS » Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:28 am

Will: George explained it (thanks, George :!: ). There is an endplate version with a large hole in the center and it is usually installed without the other "radial exit" plates.
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