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Trinity slip on exhaust

Discussion in 'General Side X Side Discussions' started by noXcuses, Oct 3, 2020.

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    noXcuses Erik SXS Nation Rookie

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    I have a 2 year old trinity slip on exhaust and after my last ride I recognized that one of the exhaust ports was pointed in an odd direction. I can spin the tube freely and the other one remains in its appropriate fixed direction. Has anyone had this happen? I love the exhaust but don't want to have to manually move the port or constantly check which direction it's pointed.
     
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    Seastacker Carl Moderator

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    Never had a trinity. I wonder if its one of the twin muffler style systems if the 2 mufflers are just held by a clamp and that clamp needs to be snugged up.
    PS...pics always help :)
     
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    noXcuses Erik SXS Nation Rookie

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    Thanks for the reply. Realized I should’ve posted pics originally... screws holding plate are tight and nothing has occurred to cause the tube to change direction unless it happened internally. Didn’t want to break anything down in case anyone had advice. Probably just going to reach out to Trinity to see if I can get any assistance 6F58A40B-D4EF-49AF-B53C-B991261391D7.jpeg
     
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    I agree w/ that approach. It almost looks like that tail pipe is part of the muffler end cap. I wonder if it was welded or somehow crimped inside and that came loose. I would take the end cap off to see what happened before you call Trinity personally. Keep us posted.
     
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    noXcuses Erik SXS Nation Rookie

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    Contacted Trinity and they are sending some shims to correct the issue. Hope it does the trick...
     
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