Cycle Shack Baffles for H-D Screaming Eagle - 2 in. x 26 1/4 in. - 1544
- Part #: 4403297
- Manufacturer Part #: 1544
- MSRP Price: $61.95
- Our Price: $46.75
Overview of Cycle Shack Baffles for H-D Screaming Eagle - 2 in. x 26 1/4 in. - 1544
- High-quality steel performance baffles for mufflers
- Will improve the sound and power of your 07-09 H-D Screamin' Eagle mufflers/exhaust systems
- Sold in pairs
NOTE: Not for use with 08-09 California catalyst equipped mufflers.
OEM #'s 64985-07A, 65467-05
O.D. on Front: 2 1/4 in.
O.D. on Back: 3 7/8 in.
I.D. of Center Baffle: 2 in.
Length: 26 1/4 in.
Can Baffle Be Used with Wrap: No
Wrap Included: No
Mounting Bolts Included: No (but rivets are)
Threaded Insert for Mounting: Yes
Mounting Bolt on End or Side:End
Type Baffle Units Pair Weight 5.05 lbs
Specs for Cycle Shack Baffles for H-D Screaming Eagle - 2 in. x 26 1/4 in. - 1544
Reviews for Cycle Shack Baffles for H-D Screaming Eagle - 2 in. x 26 1/4 in. - 1544
These baffles really sound terrible. I put the stock ones back in after one ride. The fit is very sloppy on both ends. Save your money for some real pipes.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
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i bought these because i was not happy w/the sound from my screaming eagle 4" slip-ons. i read about these on hd forums, so for the price i figured i couldn't go wrong. as stated in another review, prepare to make a trip for more rivets to install these, but other than that, it was a cinch. it took me longer to run to the parts store than it did to switch these out and the sound was a LOT better than the hd se sound. not really louder, but deeper for sure. these do not have a "blatty" sound at all. plus, i have to say that ordering these through dennis kirk was a no brainer. i ordered them on a monday afternoon (regular ups) and recieved them wednesday afternoon. that impressed me.I would recommend this item to a friend.
CHEAP BANG FOR THE BUCK
Purchased these baffles to install in Harley Davidson Screamin Eagle 4" performance mufflers w/fishtail end caps.. Must say that right off the batt I noticed that these baffles had a sloppy fit on both ends but I guess for what I paid its to be expected. Next thing that I found out while doing a befflendectomy was that many of these Screamin Eagle 4" Performance mufflers have there original baffles held in by either 3 rivets or 3 spot welds and that Cycle Shack only included 2 rivets per muffler so expect a quick trip to the store. Install time was probably about 1 1/2 hours if you leave out the trip to the store to get rivets and also had to chase around to get a bigger rivet gun as my mufflers used the larger 1/4" rivets. I did call Cycle Shack and they were nice enough to mail me out some extra rivets but being in Chicago and they are in Ca it just was not worth the wait to get them. Cycle Shack also did tell me for the loose fit on the front side of the baffle was that I could dimple the outer side of the baffle so it would righten up over the tube it slips over inside the stock muffler. I did try this but it did not really help. So what I ended up doing was just to squish the baffle tube a bit in a vice (right below the flared end part ) of the front of the baffle, so it was a bit egg shaped. This took a few tries till I got a snug fit. The rear part of the baffle that it rivets to the outer muffler section there is really no fix for. But as I mention below it may seal up with carbon and putting some miles on it as mentioned below. The improved sound over the stock Screamin Eagle 4" mufflers was good for the money spent but I would never purchase a new set of these mufflers just to put these baffels in. One thing that did happen was due to the sloppy fit on the exhaust end is that I noticed that the exhaust gasses were also exiting around baffle end as well as through the center part (where it actualy should be coming out of) I suspect after so many miles that it probably will seal its self up with carbon. The other issue was that one of the rivets I used the center nail must of fell out so the center of the rivet you could see through. That being said , it caused a strange whisteling noise when the motor was running. I really could not remove that rivet to install another as the old piece would of been left inside the muffler and I would of got another strange noise. The other fix would be to drill out all the rivets and start all over again. My fix since it was pretty much out of sight was to cut down a small machine screw and put it in the center of the rivet with some blue lock tight. Bike does sound much better now and really runs strong with the addition of the Power COmmander V and K&N RK-3930 Air cleaner assy.I would recommend this item to a friend.