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Re: Aftermarket slip-on exhaust for C14?
« Reply #25 on: July 30, 2014, 11:30:39 am »
Those of you with the V&H CS One...  I can't seem to find the baffle listed anywhere.  I think I would prefer it just a bit quieter, with the baffle in.  Where did you order the baffle?  Part number?  Or, does it come with the slip-on, and you decide whether to use, or not?

The baffle that comes with the CS One is a two inch size. I ordered the 1 7/8" baffle ($50) directly from V&H. I don't remember a specific part number. I couldn't find it on any other vendor's web site. They offer several different sizes. I went with another reviewer's recommendation and am pleased with my choice.
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Re: Aftermarket slip-on exhaust for C14?
« Reply #26 on: July 30, 2014, 02:07:41 pm »
Those of you with the V&H CS One...  I can't seem to find the baffle listed anywhere.  I think I would prefer it just a bit quieter, with the baffle in.  Where did you order the baffle?  Part number?  Or, does it come with the slip-on, and you decide whether to use, or not?

The baffle that comes with the CS One is a two inch size. I ordered the 1 7/8" baffle ($50) directly from V&H. I don't remember a specific part number. I couldn't find it on any other vendor's web site. They offer several different sizes. I went with another reviewer's recommendation and am pleased with my choice.

Excellent.  Thank you!
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Re: Aftermarket slip-on exhaust for C14?
« Reply #27 on: August 02, 2014, 01:08:05 am »
wound up buying the Delkevic 18" oval carbon fiber.  Excellent pipe, fits great sounds great.  Took the baffle out for a throaty sound.  and you can't beat the price at about $250.  I highly recommend it
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Re: Aftermarket slip-on exhaust for C14?
« Reply #28 on: August 02, 2014, 03:59:58 am »
wound up buying the Delkevic 18" oval carbon fiber.  Excellent pipe, fits great sounds great.  Took the baffle out for a throaty sound.  and you can't beat the price at about $250.  I highly recommend it

Not bad at all. That's half of what the V&H costs.
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