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I was wondering if I can remove the mufflers and ride without them. My plan was to remove them and then wrap the remaining pieces coming from the bike. Has anyone tried this or know anything about this.
 

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the computer would get a bad reading from the O2 sensor possibly with how close it would be to the opening... So it would throw off your fuel mixtures and possibly flag a service code.
 

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I pulled the complete cat/muffler system off and took it for a ride. It didn't seem to effect the performance too much, and it didn't throw any dummy lights at me. It did smell like it was running rich though, probably because the O2 sensor was right by the opening. It also sounds really hollow and tinney, and in my opinion, it's a little too loud for in town riding.
 

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Just remove the tail end of the exhaust and see what your left with. No baffles, no cad and no CO2 sensor. Not only not legal in most areas, but I guaranty you'll void any warranty on your engine.
 
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