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1998 Polaris Scrambler 500 4x4 Parts

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DG Universal Bolt-On Steel Silencer
DG
Universal Bolt-On Steel Silencer
$76.99
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DG Universal Bolt-On Steel Silencer Suitable for older motorcycles and custom applications 1" fits most 100/125cc bikes, 11/8" fits most 250cc bikes and 11/4" fits most larger bikes Measureme...

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Carlos (Whittier )

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2015 wr450f

Best Buy so far with the slip on FMF exhaust fits perfect and sound good. I felt the difference as soon as I test drove it. What a difference when you add the competition ECU with the full FMF exhaust system. Well worth the money! You won't be disappointed.

Carlos (Whittier )

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2016 wr450f with full FMF exhaust system

Best Buy so far with the slip on FMF exhaust fits perfect and sound good. I felt the difference as soon as I test drove it. What a difference when you add the competition ECU with the full FMF exhaust system. Well worth the money! You won't be disappointed.

Rick (Bakersfield )

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Extremeley disappointed

Finally found a nice looking guard, buuuuut, it doesn't fit the 2006 crf450r Powerbomb as a guard. It sits on top of the pipe, literally directly on top. No protection at all on the bottom and sides. Called the company directly and they stated it is more of a heat shield than a guard. Friends have the e line on their bikes and they work great, but not mine, had to send it back and still no pipe guard for me. Not sure why they cant just make it fit like all the others do.

HC (Burlington )

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Nice-looking, easy slip on replacement exhaust

Installation was fairly simple, and I've had no issues with the exhaust so far after about 10 hours of riding. I was a bit surprised that this exhaust is actually quieter than the stock exhaust on my Honda CRF 250, based on most reviews saying that it was louder. So far I'm satisfied with it and we'll see how it holds up over time.