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If you’ve been wondering how to quiet a RZR exhaust, you’re in the right place. If you’re looking for quieter riding, there are a variety of options available. Some of these options include installing the Silent Rider exhaust system, HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On System, or dB killer inserts. Read on to learn more about the options available for your Polaris RZR XP(r) 1000.
There are two methods you can use to quiet your RZR exhaust. One is to install a silencer, which can be a slip-on or weld-on exhaust. A silencer is a permanent modification that will not damage your engine, and the other is a simple modification that is not complicated to complete. If you have a muffler already installed on your ATV, you can simply slip-on an extension pipe that contains a baffle insert.
Another method is to install a flexible metal conduit, which is used to carry electrical wires. This can then be connected to the muffler with a clamp. You can also use a steel wire to coiled up the metal conduit and connect it to the muffler. However, be aware that this method can alter the backpressure and should only be performed on low-RPM bikes. If you want a quiet ride, this is not the best option.
HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On System
You can quiet your RZR’s exhaust with the HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On system, which replaces the OEM muffler on Polaris models. This system costs over $500 and can be purchased separately. It directs exhaust flow through both mufflers, directing the noise out the right side of the car. If you want to silence the sound even more, you can upgrade your muffler to an XL series.
These exhaust systems are available in Titan and Performance series, or as single slip-on systems. The Titan-QS and Titan-XL systems can be easily installed on a Polaris RZR S 900. The HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On System is quieter than the stock exhaust, and you can expect to gain up to 8-10 horsepower. It weighs considerably less than the stock system, and it can be installed on the factory RZR XP 1000 without modifications.
Polaris RZR XP(r) 1000
There are several ways to quiet the exhaust on your Polaris RZR XP(R) 1000. First, remove the rear plastic shield and inspect the exhaust. It’s likely that it’s rattled off the screws and has a dull, annoying sound. If you’ve found this problem, you can replace the exhaust by installing a slip-on system from Empire.
If you’re looking to add some horsepower, you’ll likely want to purchase a performance exhaust system. Not only do these systems add horsepower, but they are also quieter than the stock exhaust. Many companies offer performance exhaust systems, which can help reduce weight and boost performance. While the stock exhaust on your Polaris RZR XP 1000 is already quite loud, many riders opt for a quiet exhaust system.
dB killer inserts
If you want your RZR exhaust to be quieter, consider dB killer inserts. These inserts can dramatically reduce the noise from your exhaust system. In most cases, they are easy to install, and can reduce the sound level of your exhaust system. However, if you don’t find any bolt-on kits that are designed for dB-killer systems, consider building your own! You can also install cheap universal baffle inserts in your current exhaust system. There are different sizes and shapes of inserts available, so find one that will fit the diameter of your existing exhaust pipe.
5″ stainless steel silencers
A 5″ stainless steel silencer can make your Polaris RZR exhaust sound much quieter than stock. It increases horsepower and torque by up to 10 hp, and adds around 5 ft.-lbs. of torque. While you don’t see a noticeable difference in performance, it will make your passengers more comfortable, as well as anyone else in the surrounding area. This exhaust upgrade also comes with a spark arrestor for extra protection.
Silencers are available in three sizes: 4″, 5″, and 6.5″. The 4″ model is designed to fit all existing exhaust systems, while the 5.5-inch silencer is designed to replace the entire system from the turbo to the tailpipe. Each silencer includes a 2.5-inch core to minimize back pressure on the turbo and help keep it spooled.
Stainless steel downpipe
When upgrading the RZR’s exhaust system, a stainless steel downpipe is the most important component. This piece replaces the entire exhaust system from the turbo back, including the flex joint and custom laser-cut heatshield. Stainless steel downpipes are available in Loud and Quiet styles. If quiet is your primary goal, you can choose the single 5″ stainless steel silencer. These units use a 2.5″ core, which minimizes back pressure to the turbo and helps it stay spooled.
HMF Titan series exhaust systems are made from 304 stainless steel and are designed to withstand the elements. These exhaust systems are designed to produce an aggressive deep tone while maintaining stock-like quietness. The HMF Titan series exhaust includes a stainless steel downpipe, flex joint, and custom laser-cut heat shield. Stainless steel downpipes are the best choice for quiet rzr exhausts.