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    hello all ,



    I am looking to replace my stock pipe that was gutted and missing a silencer that is now like swiss cheese . And i was looking at the dg pipes with the quiet insert mostly because i really like the price. But im open to alternatives i would like to have a somewhat stealthy bike as i mostly use it off-road and would like to see some animals and not have them all long gone before i get there (i like to take pictures ) . Any input on this would be greatly appreciated .



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    No aftermarket unit is gunna come anywhere near the stock muffler for that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtrytofixit View Post
    hello all ,



    I am looking to replace my stock pipe that was gutted and missing a silencer that is now like swiss cheese . And i was looking at the dg pipes with the quiet insert mostly because i really like the price. But im open to alternatives i would like to have a somewhat stealthy bike as i mostly use it off-road and would like to see some animals and not have them all long gone before i get there (i like to take pictures ) . Any input on this would be greatly appreciated .



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    Well.. I took my stock one off. There is nothing wrong with mine. My bike had about 700 something miles on it. I looked up prices for them on ebay. $160 was the cheapest. Do you want to buy mine? What are you willing to pay for it?

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    Is there a way to make the stock muffler any quieter? Just curious. I saw someoneon here added some funky thing to the end of their muffler a while back.
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    Repack it. Usually the packing is all burnt up or shot.

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    RisingSun, If you are wanting to sell your stock muffler I would buy it from you, if mrtrytofixit doesn't want it.

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    I am going to look into some



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    Quote Originally Posted by JdubSC View Post
    Is there a way to make the stock muffler any quieter? Just curious. I saw someoneon here added some funky thing to the end of their muffler a while back.


    Lots use an ordinary copper plumbing ell as an extension slipped over the stock outlet tube. Cancels out a little of the noise.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JdubSC View Post
    Is there a way to make the stock muffler any quieter? Just curious. I saw someoneon here added some funky thing to the end of their muffler a while back.




    This funky thing is a great way to go stealth and its removable. You could use a small 125cc 2 stroke muffler to get the same results. Very quiet!



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    Looking at ATV exhaust silencers, it seems as though they are just a second muffler attached to the exhaust system, like the setup in ronnydogs post.



    I guess if we want quiet we're gonna have to stick an extra can on our bike.



    I'm gonna have to put this on my winter project list... slip-on 12"~14" long baffled can, that clamps to the stock muffler & quiets the bike without adding a lot of back pressure.



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