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I decided to see for myself what these BCT baffles sound like on my Big Radius..
I unbolted the heat shields and the stock baffles fell right out. I stuck the BCT baffle in and fired it up. The pitch is definitely lower, but I actually like the sound of the stock V&H baffle better.
I guess I'm the only one, but I do.
The BCT is just too plain loud, and the tone isn't "all that" to begin with.
It is deeper, but I think the tone is better on the stock baffle.
I'm running a 204 cam, and I know that has a sound all of it's own, so the stockers will stay.
First $50.00 plus shipping gets them.

 

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If you installed them using the stock baffle
hole they are much louder than if you
install them as Big City tells you to 5" up
into the pipes.
 

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Halehardy said:
If you installed them using the stock baffle
hole they are much louder than if you
install them as Big City tells you to 5" up
into the pipes.
You are absolutely right, however, the further up you mount them, the more torque you lose........Bill
 

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George C said:
I decided to see for myself what these BCT baffles sound like on my Big Radius..
I unbolted the heat shields and the stock baffles fell right out. I stuck the BCT baffle in and fired it up. The pitch is definitely lower, but I actually like the sound of the stock V&H baffle better.
I guess I'm the only one, but I do.
The BCT is just too plain loud, and the tone isn't "all that" to begin with.
It is deeper, but I think the tone is better on the stock baffle.
I'm running a 204 cam, and I know that has a sound all of it's own, so the stockers will stay.
First $50.00 plus shipping gets them.

Hey George, if you still have the Thunder Monsters I may be interested. Can you tell me the diameter of the baffles? Might want to go PM from here.
Thanks,David
 
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