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  1. VicVisionRider2

    VicVisionRider2 New Member

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    I'm wanting to get a louder throatier sound. Is anyone familiar wit WitchDoctors in Ohio? they will rework your baffles or gut them to run straight pipe. I'm thinking of having them rework my baffles. Has anyone done this? I've also read about Drilling holes in the end of muffler, has anyone tried this?
     
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    Many, many happy customers but how many happy, happy neighbours that have to listen to the racket? Ride with compassion for your neighbours lest you find out what they are capable of doing in return!
     
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    Agree goin with crosscrountryla is best choice, is many threads on how to fit & stuff glass packs ( thrush mod ) if ya don’t mind getting that involved.
     
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    Trying Matuza slip ons for 2015 cross country, is this good or bad, comments, ideas greatly appreciated.
     
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    @Alvin - are you asking a question? The OP has a Vision (and this is posted in the Vision section), so no relation to a CC (different mufflers).

    if you are curious about mufflers for a CC, contact CrossCountryLA as noted above and he can build you a set to your exact needs/wants.
     
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    Ask any MFG you call...do they GUARANTEE sound/performance? :bandit:RAGIN CAJUN does, PM him and talk to him about what your looking for, IF he doesn't meet your expectations...he'll REDO NO CHARGE!! :dance:
    I had DDT'S on my 2014 CC 8-BALL, unfortunately the guard rail won. At my wife's insistence, I bought a 2016 CCT and first thing I did, after picking up in Minnesota, well worth the 700 miles drive, I dropped it off on way home at HOFFER PERFORMANCE here in Michigan and had motor mods done, see signature. When I got home 2nd MUST DO, I called Dave and ordered DDT'S for the new CCT, he sent directly to HOFFER PERFORMANCE, so after mods and exhaust he could dyno it. New DDT'S have adjustments that Dave will explain, motor builder said adj was interesting and played with it while on dyno, liked what he saw. He set what he felt gave me hp/tq to the optimum. They sound GREAT and RPM climbs faster then last set....3800 miles on them and LOVE them...AND wife loves sound to...a win-win:icon_thumleft: (AND I've had many compliments on sound to)
     
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    On a 50 degree Victory engine, the Matuzu muffler put out a deep drone at all cruising speeds and the faster you ride the deeper and louder the drone is. I would not recommend installing the Matuzo mufflers. On any long ride, your ears will be ringing.
     
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    Nobody but CrosscountryLA in my opinion. He's the only one that I know of that will listen and build exactly what you want. He's your man.
     
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    There is literally no one who knows and understands Victory exhaust like @crosscountryla, no one, no, not anyone.
     
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    None of my Raging Cajun mufflers are obnoxiously loud. I have reworked mufflers for guys on this forum that leave at 4-5 am in the morning and none of their neighbors have complained about loud exhaust noise.
     
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    Hey @VicVisionRider2 , not sure if if you have checked back in since posting. But the clear winner for your exhaust question is @crosscountryla !
    I too am a very happy customer of his.

    Ride safe,
    Smokier
     
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    Matazu is straight up garbage ... and WD isnt much better.

    Go with Rajun Cajuns from CrosscountryLA if you are wanting your stock mufflers reworked
     
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    6 -1/2" holes in each muffler end after removing muffler tips. Bought 2 straight thru aluminum 3" tips. Sounds great. Wife likes the sound, not too loud. Much better torque & power, revs easier, fuel mileage about the same. Total cost was $100.00 including tips. No dyno tune or chip. I'm pleased and love my 2012 CCT. Greatest bike I've ever had.
     
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