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  1. Sled Parts For Sale or Trade
    Item: J&T Performance Ceramic Coated Exhaust Can Category: Parts Year: 2008 to 2016 Location: MN Price: SOLD J&T Performance Ceramic Coated Exhaust Can fits almost every skidoo from 2008 to 2016, if your sled doesn't have the exhaust sensor just buy a $1 plug and you are good to go. Was...
  2. Wanted To Buy
    Item: ISO 850 can Category: Sled Year: 2017 Location: anywhere Price: $100-$250 looking for a nice can for my new 850, let me know what you have, thanks.
  3. REV-XP / XM Chassis - Mountain Sleds
    Hey Dootalkers, I am running a 860r big bore on my 2008 summit, I am just wondering what the best exhaust can is to run with this setup. Obviously stock is good, but are there any afternarket cans that have close to stock flow that won't kill my power? Just looking to drop a little weight...
  4. REV-XP/XS Chassis: Perf. Trail 120-129 Inch Models
    Talked to the parts guy at my dealer today, I asked him about gearing down my 600 etec to 24/45 or 23/45, he said dont do it, it could possibly make my sled over rev and create other problems, mess with your RTA clickers first. Any one have to say anything about this?
  5. MXZ / Legend / Summit / Grand Touring / Formula
    I'm trying to find an HPS Stinger can for my 2001 mxz 700, they seem to have dissappeared on the interwebs. Can some one point me in the right direction. New or used doesn't matter.
  6. MXZ / Legend / Summit / Grand Touring / Formula
    Which set up has more peak HP 95/96 Mach 1 in stock trim with stock twin pipes, or ---- 98/99 HO in stock trim with stock single pipe ?? TIA
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  7. REV-XP / XM Chassis - Mountain Sleds
    Just wanted to inform everyone that the HPS cans have arrived and are in stock ...have them for the XP, XM, Rev and even the PRO ...BJ
  8. REV-XP / XM Chassis - Mountain Sleds
    guys just a FYI on this, i put a HPS can on my new XM last night and in the install directions they give you, they say to remove the spring mount that is riveted to the toe stop and put it on the second bolt down on the chaincase from the top. this is not true as its actually the second bolt...
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