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Mudrecon

1995 Suzuki 300 King Quad mufflers who got what?

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as the topic says I'm interested in brands of mufflers ur using. I want a quiet (drive up on moose quiet) but performance type. Whos got what? Mines seen better days

 

 

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Custom by Campbell, outstanding roadside chili and when you're done you can use the can LOL. Seriously though I'm looking for a muffler as well so I'm interested in following this post closely

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That is exactly what I'm going to do to my muffler. Will look good flat black. Good idea.

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29 minutes ago, caperwing said:

That is exactly what I'm going to do to my muffler. Will look good flat black. Good idea.

it's quite snug on there but going to tack it with the mig. Drilled some concentric holes and it sounds nice

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well here it is. I tacked it in 4 places and a quick paint job. Sounds great :)

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How is it running with it on? thinking back pressure. Rain finally stopped here so going to do mine today.

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Runs good if there's a back pressure problem drill another hole very quiet now

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I got it done and painted with high temp. Sounds a lot better and never cost 400.. Good one.:)

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I bought the Kimpex exhaust for mine. Found it on ebay for $180 brand new. Don't know if they still make them. I had a soup can on mine for a LONG time. haha, finally cut the spark arrestor off but it was too loud. Ended up using it on my Quadrunner 250 with a plate welded over the hole and a piece of 1" pipe welded to the center. Works well!

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