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#151 bar549

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 10:21 AM

There will be a gain both in H.P. and decibels.


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Posted 28 November 2018 - 12:06 AM

Good read! lots of good info in here.

 

I've been on the hunt for an XS chassis MBRP header for a buddy lately and it seems since they stopped making them they're impossible to find. If I'm reading correctly some of you have been using the header for an XR chassis on your XS? We were thinking of trying that cause we can find XR headers. Whats the difference? I'm thinking just the flange where it meets up to the can? If so thats no big deal.

 

Also wanted to touch on my setup as I saw lots of guys having fitment issues with their headers.. 6k trouble free kms on my 1200 last season with an MBRP header and trail can. I guess they got them sorted out shortly before stopping production.

 

Finally, I'm looking to complete the package for my sled with an ECU tune for this season. I see theres a few different options out there, are any better than others? I've always dealt with Bill Cudney for clutching and I know he offers the tune but my local dealer recommended Boost Engineering as they deal with them often..


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Posted 28 November 2018 - 12:42 AM

Good read! lots of good info in here.

 

I've been on the hunt for an XS chassis MBRP header for a buddy lately and it seems since they stopped making them they're impossible to find. If I'm reading correctly some of you have been using the header for an XR chassis on your XS? We were thinking of trying that cause we can find XR headers. Whats the difference? I'm thinking just the flange where it meets up to the can? If so thats no big deal.

 

Also wanted to touch on my setup as I saw lots of guys having fitment issues with their headers.. 6k trouble free kms on my 1200 last season with an MBRP header and trail can. I guess they got them sorted out shortly before stopping production.

 

Finally, I'm looking to complete the package for my sled with an ECU tune for this season. I see theres a few different options out there, are any better than others? I've always dealt with Bill Cudney for clutching and I know he offers the tune but my local dealer recommended Boost Engineering as they deal with them often..

Xr header requires about an inch added to the muffler to connect to it on an XS.Boost eng for tune is a good plan,



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Posted 30 November 2018 - 11:46 AM

Website says 88 dB at 4000 rpm


Where at on the mbrp website did you find this information.

That's the exact limit that NY says is legal. I'd like to find that information form mbrp to carry along if I would get stopped. I'm not saying that it would eliminate a ticket, but it may help. Also I've read different information as to what is and isn't legal, one thing states 88 desimels at idle from 12ft behind the sled and I've seen where some say no modifications at all?

On or after November first, two thousand thirteen, a person shall not operate a snowmobile unless the snowmobile is equipped with a muffler in good working order and in constant operation from which noise emission does not exceed either seventy-eight decibels at fifty feet at full throttle, as measured using a generally accepted test for a snowmobile manufactured after July first, nineteen hundred seventy-seven and sold or offered for sale in this state, or eighty-eight decibels, as measured at four meters from an inline position from the exhaust and four thousand rpm using a generally accepted test for using a stationary snowmobile manufactured after July first, nineteen hundred eighty and sold or offered for sale in this state. Should the federal government adopt snowmobile noise level standards different from those contained in this paragraph and require that the state conform thereto, the commissioner shall be authorized to adopt rules and regulations superseding the noise level requirements of this paragraph to achieve compliance with federal standards. No snowmobile shall be modified by any person in any manner that shall amplify or otherwise increase total noise emission to a level greater than that emitted by the snowmobile as originally constructed, regardless of date of manufacture.





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