Rush Exhaust Baffles 1.5" And 2.0" For Harley Davidson (2 Sets) on 2040-parts.com
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Two sets of Rush Baffles came off 2009 Fatboy with Baloney Cut Rush slip-ons. I believe the current part number would be 145012 (for the 1.5") and 142012 (for the 2.0"). These are great used baffles and you can swap them out based on the exhaust note you prefer.
These were used for about a year each before getting a new exhaust. They aren't shiny and pretty anymore but once you install them you don't see them anyway.
Using the 1.5" would quiet down your Rush Slip-ons and the 2" would wake them up.
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