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Old 24th August 2016
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I read all your dyno tests on various mufflers.

The Rush and SE-II torque curves are what I want.
I have a 2008 1200R, stock "W" cams and engine.
It will have a Hammer Impact offset airbox when done.

I have SE-II pipes installed, but flashlight reveals the previous owner discarded the baffles. I was wondering why it was louder than all my other stockers...

Q: have you done any dyno work on SE-IIs compared to Rush, as both appear to be "straight through?" The stock SE-II tested very well in the MotoUSA shootout, again with a flat curve for low-end grunt.

My first thoughts are buying a set of Big City Thunder baffles for the SE-II.
I'm not into roadside counseling with the cops, so excessive noise is not an option.
The BCT baffles sound good on paper, and they have a good reputation over many years.
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