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    I am looking at buying a different sled and have some interest in putting a can on it i was wondering if that would be bad for the snowmobile and if it would cause any problems?

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    No problems just might be louder which I,m sure is going to get you the standard lecture by some here.Check around,some makes are obnoxiously loud while others are reasonable.Can,t tell ya from experience as I,ve never bought one.Pipes yes but can no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman56
    No problems just might be louder which I,m sure is going to get you the standard lecture by some here.Check around,some makes are obnoxiously loud while others are reasonable.Can,t tell ya from experience as I,ve never bought one.Pipes yes but can no.
    Yah i would be buying it to lose a little weight but mostly for the sound

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    No problems with running a can. If you're looking for sound just go to youtube and find one that sounds the best to you.

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    is The iqr sure took a beating
    this year from the lttile I
    rode it, need one suspension
    rail, rear bumper, snowflap
    strap ,Steering stem is a
    little tweeked and the side
    cover isnt sraight anmore.. I
    thought things were tough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Articsnowcat
    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman56
    No problems just might be louder which I,m sure is going to get you the standard lecture by some here.Check around,some makes are obnoxiously loud while others are reasonable.Can,t tell ya from experience as I,ve never bought one.Pipes yes but can no.
    Yah i would be buying it to lose a little weight but mostly for the sound
    Cans are just dumb, they give you no power at all and make your sled loud and annoying and are expensive for what they are. If your looking to lose weight, get more power and a better sound... get a full exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamped400
    Quote Originally Posted by Articsnowcat
    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman56
    No problems just might be louder which I,m sure is going to get you the standard lecture by some here.Check around,some makes are obnoxiously loud while others are reasonable.Can,t tell ya from experience as I,ve never bought one.Pipes yes but can no.
    Yah i would be buying it to lose a little weight but mostly for the sound
    Cans are just dumb, they give you no power at all and make your sled loud and annoying and are expensive for what they are. If your looking to lose weight, get more power and a better sound... get a full exhaust.
    They aren't the best bang for your buck, but they aren't dumb. They don't make any power, but most of the time they drop 8-12 lbs. Just to tell you when you buy a full exhaust you are buying a can too ...(Y-pipe, pipe, "can").

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    Some cans your top end will decrease. Spend the money on clutching in my opinion.

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    i will never own a sled without a can. loud and proud the way wee look at it here. and no we dont have noise restrictions where we ride it all open country

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    I have a can. I don't notice any power loss. Never noticed any top end loss either. With the lightweight seat and can the skis come up much better on my 500. Im not saying it gave me power. Ill claim its because of the weight loss.

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    Through my experience, mbrp can cost me top end. Have heard good things about slp. I am not against cans but when they cost some sleds speed, it is a waste. I have after market mufflers on my Harley with a high flow a/c and tune to get about twenty h.p. trial and error with what works. If you just want noise, why run a muffler at all.

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