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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Red face Exhaust (Sound)

I know I might be opening up a fury of hate - BUT - I'm going to ask anyway.

I like the way to stock muffler looks like on my 2014 CTXN - BUT it is way to quiet. Is there a way (without destroying things) to increase the sound level of the stock muffler? I'm not looking for much - but enough that folks know the bike is ON.

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Hi @egkane71

I really don't recommend to drill your exhaust but you can take a look here

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMC...UBvX7oClrR5yjw

I found this video on youtube


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Changes to the exhaust can change performance. I know that the CTX computer is suppose to be able to adjust for it, but then so was Harley's and problems with having to remap the Harley's is annoying for many.
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Changes to the exhaust can change performance. I know that the CTX computer is suppose to be able to adjust for it, but then so was Harley's and problems with having to remap the Harley's is annoying for many.
This makes complete sense to me. I'll leave this idea alone. Ty Both!
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