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I was thinking of using a hose clamp and ‘capturing’ one end of the spring under this before tightening, and using the other end of the spring to hook onto the muffler (basically using the springs the opposite way from normal)!
That could also work. I have a hose clamp holding on my heat wrap.🙌🏼🔥
 

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This is a good link to show you what to do:
I took a good look at exhaust end on my g310r and generally the method of removing baffle shown in this video clip should be fully applicable. In fact, easier done, no need to remove the exhaust after. You will need 1-1/8” hole saw bit, either bimetal or better carbon tipped. I will do it next May when my warranty expires. I think that while drilling the holes into the can end makes the exhaust lauder, removing the baffle makes it sound deeper/more throaty. 90% of people modify their exhaust just for the sake of sound.
 
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