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Yamaha Timberwolf Exhaust?

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what exhaust should i put on my yamaha timber wolf

That depends on what your do achieve.... louder or silient

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I just put on a HMF Swamp Series on my Grizzly and am very happy with it. What year is your Timberwolf?

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I have a 1995 Timberwolf 250 2x4 and it still has the original exhaust on it and its not to loud and then on the other hand its not real silent. If I was to replace mine other than a major performance or noise reason I would put on the original again and the cost through the dealer is only about $150.00.

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