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SuperTrapp Pipes: IDSX or Mudslinger?

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I'm trying trying to decide between the SuperTrapp IDSX and the Mudslinger for my 08 Arctic Cat 400.

I'm looking for the best power increase and the best sound.

Does anybody have any experience with either of these?

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After watching the clips on SuperTrapp's site, I decided to go with the Mudslinger. It seems to have a meaner, more agressive tone than the IDSX, which sounds closer to stock.

I also ordered a Dynojet kit and a K&N to go with it. :biggrin:

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the supertrapp is supposed to come with its own jet for the exhaust... r u ordering the k&n powerkit for ur 400 if not ur gunna need a pre-filter and the cleaner and oil

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