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Old 02-21-2014, 09:32 PM
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I don't know how you'd do that,the baffles you're talking about,are at least 3" inside the welded outer case.
It's not a motorcycle muffler
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Hi Hornet,

You use an drill extension with a metal hole saw, as mentioned in my first post.
I have 2 12" extensions. BTW look at the muffler on a Sprint and you will see that it is about 18" to 24" long.

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Have you looked at the factory muffler close.
Do a search,we cut Audio1oders stock muffler open.
If you mean Sport where you say Sprint,Audio's muffler is off a Sport
I think trying to drill through the pipe into the baffle is gonna cost you more in tools then a cheap muffler will.
The back baffle is inside the muffler a fair ways,and leads to a dead air resonant chamber space at the back of the muffler
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The ram muffler is clamped on.
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