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MBRP Exhaust!

Discussion in 'General Side X Side Discussions' started by Seastacker, Apr 19, 2019.

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  1. Seastacker

    Seastacker Carl Moderator

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    Here it is. After much research and searching, I chose an MBRP exhaust for my 2019 Polaris General build. I wanted high quality, good sound and not too loud. I ended up with all of this AND a very sweet looking system.

    Install was super easy. The sound is excellent. It was everything I was looking for but better. If you are looking for an exhaust system for your SXS or almost anything else, check them out! They have a really solid power sports offering.

    This is MBRP Part#: AT-9519AT



    #MBRP
    @mbrp_powersports
     
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    alyaz Al SXS Nation Regular

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    Great video and sweet exhaust! Nice one!
     
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    Hey Carl,
    Just a heads-up, I just read a post on a different site about a General with the same MBRP exhaust. They had a minor issue with the rear bumper hitting the tailpipes coming out of the muffler when they tilted the bed to service it. I believe it was an EMP bumper, not sure which one you had on yours.
     
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    Seastacker Carl Moderator

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    I will give mine a look, but I have a real low profile single tube bumper. I doubt it will hit on mine. I will check it out this weekend and post some pics of how much clearance there is.
     
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    Seastacker Carl Moderator

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    Well, I finally thought today to check this. I have the HMF bumper. It does hit just barely. It will still open all the way I don’t anticipate an issue while servicing. It may scrape the paint on the bumper a little, but not enough to notice. I do use the bed, but don’t tilt it often. It could see this being an issue for others. It’s not really an problem with either part, just one of those things. Can’t really plan for every exhaust, bumper, accessory combination.

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    Triggamane Trigg SXS Nation Rookie

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    After installing the exhaust did you notice any sort of performance increase?
     
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    Seastacker Carl Moderator

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    Hard to say what was attributed to the exhaust because I had a tune installed at the same time. I can say between the two, its got some noticeable pep in the step for sure.
    After riding a bit too, it did add a bit more volume than I expected. Its fairly loud in the cockpit. It sounds fantastic with the Polaris 1000 motor, but it does get a bit noisy after a long day. I will wait to see what the wife and daughters say after a couple ventures out. They may not appreciate the added tone as much as I do.
     

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