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Lexx Mxe Slip-on Exhaust System only $199.99

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AN EXHAUST WITH A SPLIT PERSONALITY

Lexx MXe Slip-on Exhaust System. ATV and Motorcycle

performance exhausts available for the low price of $199.99

Add more horsepower to your dirt bike or ATV at an amazing price. With an increase in torque and acceleration, and a savings of 3.5 lbs.; it is race ready. Included is a U.S. Forest Service approved quiet core/spark arrestor that makes your machine ready for the back country. Get maximum performance anywhere you ride with available tunable tips.

Product Details:

• 46mm Race Tip for closed course competition included.

• Removable U.S. Forest Service approved quiet core/spark arrestor also included.

• Constructed of lightweight 6061 T6 aluminum and durable 304 stainless steel.

• Engineered to improve torque and acceleration.

• Optional tunable tips, screen type spark arrestor, and premium silencer packing available.

• Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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The Lexx Exhaust System is only available at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.

For more information and/or to purchase:

Go to www.rockymountainatv.com or call us at 1-800-336-5437

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