I have an S.E. Nightstick slip-on on my '14.5 Low Rider (OEM 2-1) with an open air cleaner and a FuelMoto tuned PCV. The PCV was tuned for an L.A. Choppers adjustable end cap in the full open position. When I installed the end cap I left the original 14 disks in place. My Nightstick has the solid full length core as well. Should I remove 10 disks to compensate for the L.A. Choppers adjustable end cap being fully open? Looking for a bit more sound out of the Nightstick without messing with the tune in the PCV.