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i know the pipe itself on this sled is baffled,has anyone tried running a straight pipe for a silencer and with what results.
 

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Basically what stinger tips are.
 

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you could always try taking the can off, putting it in the oven for a 4 hours at 450 degrees and then soak it in water for 24 hours [LOL]
 

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you could also just take the entire exhaust off and run it right from the blockkk!! hahahahahaahaa.. if its there from the factory you cant just remove it and expect it to work correctly with out midifying the rest of something. but yeah go for it just take off the can and run the pipe. just my opinion, but if its just a trail sled and what not you dont wana straight pipe it! if you wana just make it louder spend the money and buy a can.
 

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If your really that cheap just build a can. Go buy a small glasspack and weld a inlet and ounlet to it. May notice a performance loss though.
 

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BskidooC said:
Are you asking about running just the pipe? No silencer?
heard of guy running 2 1/4 pipe instead of silencer,supposely sounds really loud but do you think it was cause any issues
 

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polaris37 said:
BskidooC said:
Are you asking about running just the pipe? No silencer?
heard of guy running 2 1/4 pipe instead of silencer,supposely sounds really loud but do you think it was cause any issues
Your choice on making a sled louder but don't complain when the trails are close and loud sleds is for kids who want thier sleds cool but in the end it is not
 

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you will lose lots of power. well maybe not lots but you will lose power i promise that. two easy reasons just like on a car with stright pipes newer the 1980. 1) energry can not be created or destroyed so if your machine is louder it means you are wasting more power on sound. and 2) if you run straight pipes you will elimate scavenging. which is where on the intake stroke the exhaust valve will open for a short period allowing some of the unburnt fuels to return to the combustion chamber. if your pipes are to free flowing you will loose power
 

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just buy a jaws can or rumble pack if all your trying to get is loudness! dont try straight piping it like its a car or truck..
 

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If you going for cheap and loud just go to advance and get the cheapest glasspack they have. Should be less than $40 and will be LOUD! Just only do this if you plan on riding where no one is at (at least a half mile away) bc you WILL get complaints and hurt snowmobiling for the rest of us[Disappointed] Oh and prepare to be deaf after about 2 miles.
 

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Plus, with no can, it would be so loud you could not even stand riding it. Check out dynoport
 

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never heard of a baffle inside a sled pipe?

does your riding area have noise laws?

stinger size is enginered based on the bore/stroke/rpm of the engine, head pipe lenght and diameter, cone length and diameters. they dont build a pipe and then think, "heck we got a bunch of 1.25" pipe left over from last year lets use that.

granted in mass production they might take some hp off the shelf from several different models to use as much similar product.

you can make more power by changing the stinger pipe, you can also burn the engine down by chainging the stinger pipe,

if you have no can on there at all it will sound cool for about 1 minute, after that your ears will hurt and you will be no fun to ride with.
 
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