Although it is made of Daytona, there is no particular problem, but I think that you want to sell baffles of type without bolt holes. There are times when the bolt holes do not match even if you install a Daytona baffle when baffle holes of other manufacturers are opened in the silencer for some reason. Each know-how is necessary, but those who install a retrofitted baffle have the technology of that area.
I stopped it considerably strongly with a screw at the muffler outlet, but it fell while driving. I bought two but the same. Can I increase the screwing to more than two places? Alternatively, fix the bore diameter of the silencer in a screw type and bond.