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post #1 of 9 Old 07-12-2011, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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Can you remove the stock baffles on a TRX700XX
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if you mean the spark arrester then the answer is yes. btw it sounds like CRAP after you do
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3 small bolts on rear of pipe, and pull it out. 5 min later you'll be putting it back in, because it does sound like said above.


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Where's the instructional how-to???
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Where's the instructional how-to???
lol post #3 says it all, not much more to it, unless you need size of bolts.

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I believe 8mm bolts, turn somewhere around 8-10 complete turns to the left to remove bolts. Grab the outer "guard " for pipe and slide baffles out. Should be close to step by step.


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Yes, the 3 bolts are 8mm, and yes it will sound like crap... my farts sound better. But, you all forgot to advise using a bit of anti-seize on the bolt threads before you put your spark arrester back in... and you will as soon as you hear it without the sparky. The bolts DO have a tendency to seize because of exhaust heat.

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My point is, this forum is for posting HOW-TO's, not for asking questions. I don't see what's so hard to understand about that.

Moving to the proper forum..
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If you want to try it, make sure to go back and forth with the bolts when removing them if they get hard to turn. Like they said above they have a tendency to stick and they will twist off super easy.

The last baffle can be drilled and give you a straight shot from the tube on the front baffle. Never done it on a 700, but have on a 400EX. I did put the spark arrester back on though.


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