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I'm thinking of a trail exhaust can for my 2012 Pro 800, any thoughts for best bang for the dollar.
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I'm thinking of a trail exhaust can for my 2012 Pro 800, any thoughts for best bang for the dollar.
2011-2012 Polaris Rush / Pro R / Switchback / Assault / Pro RMK 800 – Trail Can

Lightweight muffler with a trail tuned muscle sound. Neighbour friendly and in most applications will meet SAE J2567 stationary test of 88 db, 4 meters away. System fits securely in the original location using stock mounts and is guaranteed to provide performance levels as good as or better than stock.


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Increased throttle response
Tuned muscle exhaust note
Lightweight Design
No fuel mods
Simple install
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GGB Trail mufflers are specifically designed for use in populated areas and where sound levels are strictly enforced. Sound level increase over stock: (dbA) Idle + 3-6 / Under load + 3-6.

Fuel and clutching mods are not necessary prior to installation. GGB two stroke mufflers are flow benched developed for back pressure against the stock muffler and will perform efficiently in any application where the stock muffler would be used. Both Mountain and Trail models are guaranteed to provide performance levels as good as or better than stock.
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