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Thread: 2000 Indian Performance Exhaust

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    seefriedm Guest

    Default 2000 Indian Performance Exhaust

    I have a 2000 Indian Chief with the stock SuperTrapp exhaust installed. Unfortunately there isn't any baffling installed. I would like to buy the performance baffle but am unsure if this includes the disks and all the other necessary parts. Can you help me in telling me what I will need or does the baffle have the disks?
    Mark

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    100-2150, $109.00.
    Comes with everything you need internally, core/packing/dics/screws/etc.
    You can order by contacting customer service at; 216-265-8400x128.
    Expect a 4-6 week lead time however.

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    seefriedm Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwells View Post
    100-2150, $109.00.
    Comes with everything you need internally, core/packing/dics/screws/etc.
    You can order by contacting customer service at; 216-265-8400x128.
    Expect a 4-6 week lead time however.
    I had read on the Indian website that there is an open or closed end cap at the end of the disks. The recommended is the open. Does the kit come with this? Please excuse me if I use the wrong terminology.
    Mark

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    bschultz Guest

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    P/N 304-3034, the "open end cap", is an optional piece ordered under it's own part number.

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    landingway Guest

    Default 2000 Chief Muffler

    I saw your post.I have a 2000 Chief with the stock exhaust, and like you I had the dealer modify the engine(new) with pistons and cam.It was loud after that,but I had no problem with inspections until now(106 deci).To my surprise,
    there is nothing inside the muffler housing.Evidently the dealer removed it.
    What was in there before? I bought a used identical muffler and removed the cartridge that fit right into my muffler,but it didn't do much for the noise.
    No way it can be 80 decibels, like the muffler stamping states.
    The cartridge has no holes,except for the short tail piece inside the cone.
    What do I have? What did the stock insert look like?
    Thanks

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    bschultz Guest

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    We spoke via emails, I believe.

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    Mox00023 Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by bschultz View Post
    We spoke via emails, I believe.
    I too have read something like that as Fried has mentioned here. From what I could remember, Open one was what that was recommended.

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