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Just wondering if anyone has used these....I put one on the wifes Quad a few yrs ago....Makes it sound Much Better....Thats all I thought it would do.....I just got one for my Quad....(God,,,I never thought I would type that sentence,,,LMAO!!) After Pulling out the Stock Sparky and Tip.....I notice that it is VERY RESTRICTIVE IN THERE!!! Now the damn thing Sounds GREAT!!! Im sure it helps a bit with performance,,,,,But who cares right now....It sounds Pissed....

eBay Motors: Yamaha Raptor Exhaust Outlet Power Tip 350 660 700 700R (item 120387635249 end time Apr-04-09 12:13:45 PDT)

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Stock one

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