db dawg 8031 silencer insert
db Dawg silencer insert installation allen wrench

Custom allen key

Two 5/8" allen screws.

DB Dawg silencer insert set screws
Remove end cap screws

Step One

Check to see that all the parts are available for installation. Put the 2 allen screws into the sides of the insert by hand. Make sure that the opening where the allen key will fit is facing into the center of the silencer.

Step Two

With the allen key, turn the screws towards the center of the dB Dawg until the insert can be placed into the end of your exhaust pipe easily.

Remove end cap from muffler
Insert bd dawg into perforated tube

Step Three

Once inserted, make sure that the silencer insert is flush against the end of the exhaust opening - otherwise it will not work properly. **If you have a Honda, you may need to turn the insert 90° for it to sit completely flush.

Step Four

Tighten both screws with the allen key until the screws are firmly against the side of the exhaust opening wall. You should not be able to remove the insert by hand - this will ensure that it won't become dislodged while riding.

Tighten db Dawg silencer insert

Custom Inserts 8103, 8106 or 8107

Follow instructions above for stock insert installation. Supplement to these instructions for the 8031 Click Here.


Custom Inserts 8100, 8100-GP, 8100-469, 8101, 8102, 8104 or 8105

  • In most cases, you will need to remove the silencer end cap
  • Insert the dB Dawg into the recess where the spark arrestor would normally sit; make sure it is flush against the opening.
  • Follow steps 1-4 of the Stock Insert Installation Instructions above.
  • Replace and tighten silencer end cap.

PRODUCT DISCLAIMERS

Caution - Read this section completely

  • Silencer insert can become extremely hot after long periods of use - DO NOT TOUCH!
  • Silencer insert may change color due to heat - color is for sizing only!
  • As with any exhaust change - you must check your jetting as your vehicle may run richer.
  • You may need to adjust your fuel screw to ensure that you have the correct fuel mixture.
  • Proper muffler packing and bike maintenance are required to help maintain lowered decibel readings.
  • Ignition Racing or Hyde Racing will not be held responsible for lost/stolen silencers or any injuries resulting from dislodged inserts due to improper installation or maintenance.

Questions? Call Jay @ 763-263-9835 or E-mail jay@hyderacing.com