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Has anybody tried these yet?
I Have. they are fine.
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What about the -62's - tried them???
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On stock 65A mufflers you look inside and there is a solid metal block. I used a long bit and drilled it full of holes. Until I found a NOS set of 64 baloney cuts. That is what you are looking for. You look into those and there is a curved plate set at an angle and the whole thing is full of holes. Great sound, better performance. They have to be unobtainable now. That was 35 years ago and they were hard to find then. The Harley shop found a new set up in the attic. Titoni's HD was great. About $30.

the rare -65 (not -65a) muffs had the early (64<) internal baffles.


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Was the 58-61 Sportster 1 3/4" inlet???
i thought i would let someone else answer this but nothing yet.1-3/4'' inlet and outlet.
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i thought i would let someone else answer this but nothing yet.1-3/4'' inlet and outlet.
Yeah, I suppose it's a stupid question...But I'd rather look stupid than get stuck with a set of 1 1/2" pipes that I can't use.

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