Fits all Triumph Exhausts
comes with necessary hardware
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2017
I love my CRM GP exhaust on my 2012 Street Triple R, but other people I ride with say it's a bit loud. Well, I love the deep throaty sound of the muffler with the baffle. It is just a tad less loud, but it's not as high of a pitch that rings your ears anymore, the muffler sounds awesome
Posted by Mac on 6th Jun 2016
I bought a used Street Triple and the original owner took out the baffles from the CRM pipes. My pipes were too loud without the baffles. Now it has a great sound and they don't kill my ears while I am riding.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jul 2015
Purchased for a low mount CRM pipe on a 955 Speed Triple. The pipe sounds great but it is almost irresponsibly loud. You don't really notice much of a difference with the baffle at idle or revving the engine, but it makes a huge difference under load. I would argue it sounds even better with this in than with the pipe open. It is still quite loud, and the irreverent snarl of that triple is amazing, just with slightly less volume. Very happy with this purchase. Highly recommended!
Posted by Angus on 26th May 2014
My 2009 Street Triple R came with CRM exhausts and I love the sound and performance they provide. But they are VERY loud and on long rides or group rides they could be a bit much (a bit rough on my neighbours during early morning starts, too!) So these light-weight, well-made baffles were a worthy investment. They don't choke off that distinct and gnarly CRM sound but they do take it down a few decibels and reduce the harsh upper end of the growl. It's also quieter on startup which means I can warm her up properly on cold early mornings without waking the whole neighbourhood. Highly recommended.
Posted by JJ Ahern on 29th Apr 2014
This baffle is a godsend. After a season without it, I was glad to see it offered again here. Even with earplugs the low mount CRM exhaust is loud in my head, but now that this baffle is in I wouldn't even need earplugs if I had a helmet with less wind noise. Install couldn't be easier. One clip that slips on, then one screw to hold it in place.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Apr 2014
It is what it is, does what it is suppose to do. Mine fell off during a ride and didn't notice until I came home. This happened after CRM closed its doors. Glad they reopened and now my neighbors are as angry when I ride off in the early morning. Reminder, check the nuts and bolts before every ride or apply loctite if u plan on keeping it on there forever.