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  1. Would I gain horsepower and have enough backpressure if I eliminated my muffler and ran only a straight pipe from my header?
  2. Orange County, Ca - November 2009 Two Brothers Racing® (TBR) releases world exclusive Triple-Pipe Full Exhaust System for the 2010 Polaris Ranger RZR/S. When product engineers at Two Brothers Racing got their hands on the 2010 Polaris Ranger RZR/S they couldn’t resist building an innovative triple exhaust system which is an industry first! “We knew right away that this was going to be the first More...
  3. Months of dedicated Kawasaki Teryx race engine development led to the design of a new exhaust system specifically for big bore engines like the Muzzy 800,840 916. The new Muzzy PRO features large diameter, triple stepped headpipes that merge into the exclusive siamese collector and out into large diameter 16? mufflers. This 2-1-2 design allows for proper scavenging effect with no restriction More...
  4. Has anyone put a silencer can or muffler on there brute force? Ive got an 05 750 that I would like to make run as quiet as possible, just wasnt sure who made one or if they hurt performance or not.
  5. The new Muzzy dual exhaust for the Arctic Cat 1000 Prowler features tuned, equal length, stepped headpipes to create the most powerful Prowler exhaust available. An integrated oxygen sensor bung allows the addition of an air/fuel meter. The oval aluminum muffler canisters are available in either mirror polished, brushed or black Teflon® finishes. They come standard with the Muzzy Modular Endcap More...
  6. ...So, here we are again. A "new" quad for me, and another thread about making it better. So to start, you may already know, but i traded the "Monster" Trailblazer for a 2002 400ex. the 400 needs a little work and doesn't look the best cosmetically but i know from one blast down the street that it is FAST. To my knowledge, it has a couple mods. from what you can see, it has an FMF Megamax Muffler, K&N filter, no lid, i have to check if it has stage one hotcams, it has razrs all around, i believe it has douglas aluminum wheels, renthal bars, maier racecut plastics, and shockwares. that is all for the mods, that i know of, SO! Lets begin with my plans. this thread will be VERY long and get VERY old. i will go through stages. beginning with stage one, cosmetic work. i am staying with the silver and a little red color scheme, since the hubs are already red. stage two, mild performance and lastly [if i want to] stage three, more major mods. so lets start with listing stage one, my plans STAGE ONE Tusk Competition Nerf Bars, Red w/ Black Nets Red Grips Red MSR Clutch & Brake Levers Handlebar Mounted Lighting Billit Red Gas Cap Red & Black Seat Cover Red Outerwears I think that is good for the red, the rest is already silver and black, just going to get some black engine paint and paint some engine parts also. this project, like my last one will probabally involve some custom painting. i think i will take the slipon off and paint it black and replace the logo. i want to clean up the header really good too, i might buy a newer one later on but i cant afford it now, will high temp paint work on the header? maybe the a-arms. that is all for stage one, stay tuned as i will update with progress as we go on, to your surprise, i have already ordered some of the things in stage one, i have the grips and nerfs on the way. i have also bought a new battery. and plan on replacing the plug soon. STAY TUNED FOLKS! IM ALSO OPEN TO OPINIONS AND SUGGESTIONS! i hope this one will be as fun as the last one. ..i think this is my longest post ever.
  7. 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) Installed Stock one
  8. I'm looking for an exhaust for my 2000 400EX, anything better than stock will do. Working with limited budget so nothing over $150
  9. Two Brothers Racing Announces An Industry First: Online Custom Exhaust Design Center Orange County, California - December 2008 Through their popular website, www.twobros.com, Two Brothers Racing now offers their customers the chance to design and personalize their own exhaust system. Customization options include choosing the muffler canister type as well as the color and material combinations on all of the individual components, even the bolts! Customers can choose between several logo badge styles and even add their name, racing number or their own special text. "This is a very exciting time for Two Brothers Racing," Jeff Whitten, Vice President of TBR said. "As a company of racers, riders and enthusiasts, we appreciate the desire for innovative styling in performance products. Riders want to stand out from the crowd and our Custom Exhaust Design Center allows on and off-road motorcycle, ATV, UTV and scooter enthusiasts the opportunity to add their own style to our high performance exhaust." With their online tool, TBR has opened a custom design shop that users can access anytime, anywhere with quick turnaround and easy purchasing options. Buyers can purchase their custom exhaust directly from their favorite TBR dealer or online from www.twobros.com. And it couldn't be easier to use. Customers simply select the make and model of their machine, pick the material for the canister (Aluminum, Titanium or Carbon Fiber) based on performance needs and style preferences and then click through different component color combinations until they come up with their own perfect look. Add in a personalized logo badge with their name and number-or pick from other badge designs-and their done. The Custom Exhaust Design Center is open now and can be seen at www.twobros.com or by checking with your local Two Brothers Racing dealer. More...
  10. Yamaha Rhino 700 Dual Exhaust Full stainless 2-2 design. Dual polished oval aluminum mufflers. Billet aluminum muffler mount brackets. Big horsepower gains. Integrated oxygen sensor bung. Spring mounted and slip fit for durability. USFS approved spark arrestors and quiet cores Minimum sound levels / Maximum performance This is the ultimate exhaust choice for Yamaha Rhino 700. Fully tuned equal length headpipes merge from 2 into 2, creating the most powerful Rhino exhaust available. The polished oval aluminum canisters feature billet aluminum inlets and outlets. Each canister comes standard with the Muzzy Modular Endcap system that includes a removable USFS approved spark arrestor and quiet core. The muffler canisters are held via a trick looking CNC machined aluminum bracket. The integrated oxygen sensor bung allows the addition of an air/fuel meter. The dual oval muffler design helps keep sound levels to a minimum while maintaining the incredible Muzzy exhaust tone. Detailed installation instructions are included. Product detail: http://www.muzzys.com/Rhino700/index.html Price: $799.95 Muzzys Performance Products Website: http://www.muzzys.com/ Phone: 541-385-0706 More...
  11. Enhance your Polaris Ranger RZR800's already smooth torquey powerband... More...
  12. All right I have a 02 400ex, the engine is stock other than a rev box. I have a new fmf powerbomb pipe and a used megamaxII muffler to put on it. I don't like how loud the muffler is but there is a weight and power difference. Currently i have the pipe on it with the stock muffler, (nice and quiet!) But i don't want to mess the engine up, do i need to re jet? If so where to start from. I was told a 160 worked good in a different ex with the exhaust I havebut I would like to know what you think. And yes it is a pain to pull the spark plug on a 400ex, especially when they are hot.
  13. Someone told me that the new king quad for 2007 has the exhaust in the center??? Can't seem to find any info, I'd like to know what changed from 2005 to 2007 besides the introduction of the 450 model. Maybe I'll trade mine in for a 2007...

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