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post #1 of 10 Old April 28th, 2010, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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Looking for a stock RZR S exhaust that will fit a standard RZR LE 09, not sure if it will work or not. I'm going to do some research but in the mean time i'll see if there is anything out there.Paypal payment and shipped to Canada via usps are needed. Thanks

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Re: RZR S Stock exhaust header and muffler

It`ll work...I put them on mine.

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Re: RZR S Stock exhaust header and muffler

Do i need the muffler too or does the pipe go 2 into 1 at the muffler and use the same one. Did it sound any different? Thanks for the info.

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Do i need the muffler too or does the pipe go 2 into 1 at the muffler and use the same one. Did it sound any different? Thanks for the info.
just save the extra pennies and get a full aftermarket exhaust....lol
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Re: RZR S Stock exhaust header and muffler

The mufflers are the same PoPo part number...no need to change that out. From all of the talk about aftermarket exhaust systems, I wouldn't waste your hard earned dough. My RZR seems to rev quicker now. It's obviously freer flowing than the stock manifold. Sounds the same, plus all of the trail crap doens't get caught up in the header compared to the stock manifold....and of course, looks ten times better.

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The mufflers are the same PoPo part number...no need to change that out. From all of the talk about aftermarket exhaust systems, I wouldn't waste your hard earned dough. My RZR seems to rev quicker now. It's obviously freer flowing than the stock manifold. Sounds the same, plus all of the trail crap doens't get caught up in the header compared to the stock manifold....and of course, looks ten times better.
true.....but you can pick some up pretty cheap on here too (at times)! lol
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Re: RZR S Stock exhaust header and muffler

thats what i'm going to look for then is an S header pipe that someone wants to get rid of cheap of course (like me..lol)Thanks for info bilinvic

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You could go this route....

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Re: RZR S Stock exhaust header and muffler

Got me thinking now.

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Re: RZR S Stock exhaust header and muffler

You need the header, the mid pipe and the heat shealds, you use the screws off the stock heat shealds for the new ones. Be carefull with the gasket so u can reuse it.
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