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· Premium Member
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Through collaboration with the legendary Vance & Hines, DragonFire has designed and developed the best dual exhaust system to hit the market for the Polaris RZR XP900! With years of unmatched performance and style in all of their products, V&H is a motorsports industry legend and this exhaust system will show you why in more ways than one!

Designed to make the most possible power for the XP900 while giving you a clean, mean, and quiet rumble! This system is sure to wake up your XP motor. Loaded with features such as integrated heat shields for the front/back of the mufflers, frame bumpers, stainless steel tubing, integrated O2 bung, and much more! If you want the best performance, sound, style, fit, and finish this is the only exhaust system to have!

Don't forget to pair this system with DragonFire's PyroPak fuel and ignition controller to make the perfect storm for your Polaris RZR XP900.

Full System Specifications:

For Competition Off-Road Use Only!
Increased performance throughout rpm range
Lighter than OEM exhaust
Will meet specifications for USFS sound and spark arrestor qualifications
Built using high quality stainless steel for maximum durability

Headpipe Features:

Brushed finished stainless steel construction
Stepped design for peak performance
2-1-2 stainless steel collector
Strategic O2 bung placement on collector for race tuning purposes
Slip fit collector joints with dual swivel end retention springs
Laser cut air-box heatshield for protection
Reuses OEM header heat shield

Muffler Features:

Brushed finished stainless steel construction
Slash-cut outlet caps with quick change access to spark arrestors
Laser cut chassis mounting bracket
High temperature muffler packing
Laser cut muffler heatshields
Laser etched DFR logo

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· RZR Junky.....
2,830 Posts
Dyno run?
Any documented performance gains?

I have noticed that the other members of this forum and I included like to see something before we click on a "get it" link.

Every exhaust we have seen is supposed to give the most hp and be quieter than the competitor.
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