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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-29-2018, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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How to quiet down ATV exhaust?

So the foreman i got has an aftermarket exhaust from the previous owner and man is it loud. How can I quiet it down without replacing it with the oem exhaust? Ill post some pics of it if yall want.

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Alot of aftermarket exhausts have a quiet core insert that can be purchased for them.
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So the foreman i got has an aftermarket exhaust from the previous owner and man is it loud. How can I quiet it down without replacing it with the oem exhaust? Ill post some pics of it if yall want.
If you had the OEM pipe, you could look up a benz silent rider system for it.

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Your in Louisiana right? You might see if @fishfiles has a stock pipe you could trade him
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Yeah I live close to the northshore. I have the stock pipe but I dont wanna have to weld it back on. (im lazy) The aftermarket pipe that's on it is a tractor muffler that you can buy at tractor supply.

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Yeah I live close to the northshore. I have the stock pipe but I dont wanna have to weld it back on. (im lazy) The aftermarket pipe that's on it is a tractor muffler that you can buy at tractor supply.
Weld another muffler on? Get a larger tractor muffler? I don't think they make a quiet insert for a tractor muffler...

What kinda option that doesn't require welding are you looking for? Just curious.

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Long term your better off just fitting the stock muffler back on. It’ll save your ears and your money! :-)

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Yeah I live close to the northshore. I have the stock pipe but I dont wanna have to weld it back on. (im lazy) The aftermarket pipe that's on it is a tractor muffler that you can buy at tractor supply.
I don't have an extra exhaust in good condition , I have bought a Caltric before and it is holding up , a lot cheaper than OEM which I believe was $600+ and no longer available , here is a link for the second gen @ $169 , the 1st gen is $199


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