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If you are looking for a way to quiet your RZR 1000, you’ve come to the right place. There are several ways to quiet your RZR without sacrificing performance. Here are some of them:
HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On System
If you are looking to quiet the exhaust on your Polaris RZR 1000, you have a few options. There are single Slip-On Systems, Dual Full Systems, and the HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On System, which is designed to reduce noise while increasing horsepower and torque. These exhaust systems are lighter than the stock muffler and add a lot of power without sacrificing the stock muffler’s weight.
The HMF Twin-Loop Slip-On exhaust system is designed to maintain stock power levels while reducing the noise level. Installed as a slip-on system, it uses your original head pipe to retain stock power levels. It utilizes two Titan Quiet Series (QH) silencers in a series to absorb and trap exhaust sound and run eight to ten decibels quieter than stock.
Polaris RZR XP 1000 Titan Twin Loop Exhaust
There are many benefits to quieting your Polaris RZR XP 1000’s exhaust. First, an exhaust system with quiet cores improves horsepower and torque. Second, these systems are lighter than stock mufflers. Third, they increase durability and quietness. And finally, they make your Polaris RZR XP 1000 a better machine.
The new exhaust system is made of 304 stainless steel and is built to withstand high temperatures. It also adds durability and improves the overall exhaust tone. Regardless of the model, Titan exhaust systems add horsepower and torque without increasing sound levels. These systems reduce high pitch noises. The Polaris RZR XP 1000 Titan is available for purchase at Side By Side Stuff.
Polaris RZR 900 BMP exhaust with 2″ outlets
The BMP 2.5″ Double Barrel slip-on exhaust is a performance-oriented exhaust that blocks one passageway. The exhaust also comes with a billet cap and bolt and is compatible with the old-style RZR 900 exhaust with 2″ outlets. You’ll need to check the corresponding installation instructions carefully before attempting to install a BMP exhaust. They have a three-year warranty and are available for $439.