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Hey guys,i was wondering if ne one has a Bikeman exhaust and to see if they were pleased with it.If it is alot louder than stock?If you need a fuel contoller?Could tell ne difference with the exhuast?(tourqe,top and ,etc)Thanks!
 

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I had one and I sold it..It was sweet sounding .. just a little to loud for the USFS in California. I had the slip-on for he S model
 

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I LOVE IT!!! Sounds great and I think there was some inprovement in all the categories you mentioned!!! Get it you will not be dissapointed!!
 

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My little brother and I race a 2010 RZR and we just put one on and we are both please with the performance it gave the machine. If you are going to do an exhaust upgrade, I suggest putting the whole exhaust on but that is up to you.
 

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Love it!!!!

I have not been hassled at all by any rangers in the parks for it being to loud.

I think is one of the quietest ones in the parks if not the quietest. I have the full exhaust and it is wrapped in heat tape. I am running the Dynatek Fuel Controler and Ignition.

Tell them you are on this site and they may cut you a deal.

Very very please.

DO IT!
 

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Did any of you guys try the bikeman exhaust with no programmer? I'm interested in his system and slip on, havent made up my mind yet. I'd eventually get a programmer but was curious if there were any lean conditions with out a fuel programmer and also any SOTP gains. Thanks
 

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I have a used full Bikman Exhaust for sale if any body want one ,great exhaust i just went turbo so dont need it anymore.
 

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What are you asking for it kilowatt? PM me if you'd like. Thanks
 

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Did any of you guys try the bikeman exhaust with no programmer? I'm interested in his system and slip on, havent made up my mind yet. I'd eventually get a programmer but was curious if there were any lean conditions with out a fuel programmer and also any SOTP gains. Thanks
i talked to bikeman this past weekend at a snow show about the full velocity system and said i don't need a programer but it would help to achieve its full power potential.
 

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Did any of you guys try the bikeman exhaust with no programmer? I'm interested in his system and slip on, havent made up my mind yet. I'd eventually get a programmer but was curious if there were any lean conditions with out a fuel programmer and also any SOTP gains. Thanks
i have over 100 miles on my new full velocity exhaust with no programer and it runs great. biggest gains are in the midrange and can definetley feel it.
 
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You do not need a fuel controller with the pipe, but it does help pick up midrange power if you use one.

If you are worried about noise you can buy our optional quiet core/spark arrestor. This simply bolts into place on the inside of the endcap and can easily be swapped in and out.
 
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