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Been looking at this one for a while now, ordered it a few weeks ago and just got to installing it today. This thing sounds amazing! Kinda like a small block chevy with glass packs. Not too loud, but definately several dbs louder than stock, but not obnoxious. Even felt a bit snappier with the butt dyno. I'm very happy so with my new purchase.

 

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No rear rack on the scrambler?
Took it off, I race my Scrambler in a local XC series.

What does it cost? Do you have to change what the engine management?
$399 USD Here's a link. Aaen told me that I didn't have to change the engine mapping. From my own experience they run a little rich stock so I plan to run it as is and check the plugs for any signs of a lean condition.

Must be at least a little lighter as well? Does it have a rebuildable fiberglass core?
I didn't weigh it, but it is about half the weight of the stock muffler. Yes, it has a rebuildable core.


The reason I chose the Aaen is that it is ceramic coated. I didn't do it today, but my plan is to take the headpipes off and wrap them in exhaust wrap. Combined with the ceramic muffler, that should remove a substantial bit of heat from the engine much more efficiently.
 

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We need to hear it. Try not to get the fiberglass core wet when spraying the atv. It really shortens the life of the insulation and will get real loud.
 

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have you had a chance to ride more since the pipe? Any more butt dyno reports
 

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No, my shocks are two states away right now getting rebuilt. I probably won't get it back together for a couple weeks.
 
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