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did you look inside the can?
Mine came with the bolt tack welded to the baffle.
 

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It most definitely came with a screw to secure the baffle.

I know you are more than likely new to the ducati world... a word of advice, not every itty bitty piece of hardware needs to be sourced through ducati.

PS: Leave the baffle out. Children love it!
 

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I think its 4 MM (possably 6) , X about 10 MM long socket (hex) head cap screw. The nut is welded inside the can. I leave mine out 90 % of the time but some tracks have noise restrictions so it's good to have it handy at least for that. FYI , I cut mine shorter and drilled some holes to the end cap so it flows a bit better and still barks a bit when installed.
 

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Yes, I just found mine yesterday and measured it. It's a 4mm fillister head allen screw (SS). Note the length of the threads is only 5mm so Multimike's measurement includes the head.
 

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Yes, I just found mine yesterday and measured it. It's a 4mm fillister head allen screw (SS). Note the length of the threads is only 5mm so Multimike's measurement includes the head.
I tried to edit my post but couldn't. This is to correct my mistake: it's a 6mm screw (coarse thread). Sorry for being most unhelpful in my earlier post. I guess I'm not qualified to use a set of calipers. :confused:
 
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