Do you have a Termi Race exhaust and love the sound without the baffle but would like it to be a little quieter?
Don't care for the out of place whistle sound that the baffle adds to the symphony?
Well you can get rid of that annoying whistle in just a few easy steps. You'll need a vise, a Dremel or other high speed rotary tool with a cutting or grinding wheel and possibly a drill.
Insert baffle into vise with the pin that's the root of the nasty whistle vertically.
The evil pin is held into place by the welds on the outside, grind that weld down until you see the outline of the pin. Flip the baffle, do the same on the other side.
My cutting wheel became worn down and I didn't have another on the second side so I finished the job with a drill since I had already "flattened" out the weld enough to drill on a round surface.
I'm sure there's other, maybe even better ways you can grind down the welds and then tap the pin out, this is how I did it with tools at hand.
Since the holes left by the pin are on the inside, your handy work is not visible and doesn't create any strange sounds itself.
Now install the baffle to enjoy the wonderful sound of the Termi Race at a slightly lower volume with a more refined sound.