Overview of Supertrapp Quiet Series IDS 2 Silencer/Spark Arrestor - 611-5653
Rejetting is recommended with this exhaust
(1) Aluminum Muffler
(1) Middle Pipe
(12) Diffuser discs w/end cap/screws
(2) T-Bolt clamps
(2) Rubber bushings
(1) 3/4 in. Spacer
(2) 8mm Fender washers
(1) Retaining pin
(3) 1/4x1/2 in. Buttonhead allen bolts
(3) 1/4 in. Lock washers
(1) T-Handle allen wrench
(1) Allen wrench
(1) Tube Hi-Temp lube
There is no warranty on exhaust pipes and mufflers with regard to any discoloration. Discoloration (bluing) is caused by tuning characteristics, cam timing, carburetor jetting, over heating, etc. See the Chems/Lubes section for products that will help to prevent or remove the bluing.
Cross reference number(s):61156532
Specs for Supertrapp Quiet Series IDS 2 Silencer/Spark Arrestor - 611-5653
|Color - Primary||Black|
|Type||Muffler/Silencer w/Spark Arrestor|
Fitment for Supertrapp Quiet Series IDS 2 Silencer/Spark Arrestor - 611-5653See if this part fits your ride
Part 446128 fits the following machines
- 2009 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2008 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2007 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2006 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2005 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2004 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2003 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2002 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2001 Suzuki DR650SE
- 2000 Suzuki DR650SE
- 1999 Suzuki DR650SE
- 1998 Suzuki DR650SE
- 1997 Suzuki DR650SE
- 1996 Suzuki DR650SE
The first time I tried to remove the bolts to adjust the disc stack, (only after 80 miles of riding), the bolts froze in the captured nuts and two of the bolts stripped. Then when trying to replace with new bolts, one of them froze part way in and no matter how carefully I tried to coax it in or out gently, it eventually broke away the captured nut because they are just riveted in. I had to pull the core to get the bolt out and that too was messy as the packing didn't come out smoothly with it.
The bolts and nuts for the discs are just too small and fragile. Plus on this model they only use 3 bolts instead of six, so if one breaks, you're left with only two bolts holding the discs.
My feeling is if you are going to make tuning adjustments, you have to do it immediately and within the first few miles and use a ton of anti-seize. Don't expect to be able to make adjustments later on because the threads of the bolts are exposed inside the muffler and therefore exposed to corrosive exhaust gasses and will get coated with carbon. I couldn't believe after only 80 miles, they were already frozen in place. It's a bad and fragile design.
I had a 4" Supertrapp previously with 6 bolt arrangement on another bike and didn't have this problem. I still like the concept, but I will have to come up with some other method of adjusting the discs if I want to do it down the road.
The sound is louder than I'd like with 12 discs, but not intolerable. I gave it overall a "Good" rating because once you have it set where you want it, it's a nice can. But have to say I'm disappointed in the quality and flimsy execution of this kit for long term ability to make changes as you change performance aspects of the bike over time..