If you look down into the pipe, you'll see the plate that the baffle is attached to. That is the mickey plate. In the mickey plate there are three holes. One is the opening to the baffle and the other two are outside of the baffle and visible when looking down the pipe. Currently, two thirds of your exhaust is already coming straight out through those two visible holes and nothing is really quieting the sound there. The baffle works when it is enclosed in another tube. Well it's no longer enclosed in a tube and therefore no longer very effective at quieting the sound. So, what you have is essentially the same sound you'll have if you remove the baffles.
Many of us have debaffled and demickey'd. Some have then added 6" fibrosleeves. Some of use have removed the third plate and a few have installed full length fibrosleeves. This last setup will give you a unique, deep, growly sound that I have yet to hear with any other pipes on any other motorcycle, period.
Since the mason's wire mesh and the fiberlgass doesn't cost much, I recommend you do a six in fribrosleeve first. It may be perfect for you. Taking out the mickey plate and the third plate is a little harder work but not much. If you find yourself itching for a deeper sound later, take out the mickey and the third plate and fibrosleeve the whole thing. The stock pipes diameter and length make it ideal for a deeper sound but you're using only half of that length when you only debaffle plus it has a little bit of a puff, puff sound as the exhaust pushed through those three holes. Listen to what it sounds like when just debaffled. When you take out the other two plates and do a full length fibrosleeve, it's not as loud as just debaffle with no fibrosleeve. The fibrosleeve capture the higher frequency sounds. Combine that with free flowing (no puff puff) and you're using the whole length of the pipe.
BTW, sweet bike.