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Neither is a good answer If I had to get one a SLP or Jaws can would win. but since u want one MBRP just because it is a little better quality than Rumble Pack. Hope u are not the person that wants it loud just because it sounds cool and does not care but the rest of us trail riders that care about trails. I have nothing against Cans but I do have a thing against them when stupid people just have no respect for trails and give it a lot of throttle near homes and in towns and get trails closed down. If you want performance get a pipe or clutch your sled, Cans do not give much or if any extra HP unless they are apart of a tuned pipe setup like SLP and HTG sell
 

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^^^^^^good answer. If i had to pick any can it would be a jaws can. They stand behind there product. my friend had one a few years back, It got a small hole in it that slowly got bigger and bigger. the can was only 3 weeks old so he called up jaws and they sent him a new one! Im not a fan of cans just because they sound wimpy to me. the "rumble pack" has almost no rumble to it. my aunt has more rumble when she walks down the street.[beatup] Im a trip guy so i like pipes. but with those twins its hard to get that deep throaty sound. If you have to get one or the other i would say get a mbrp. but also look into a jaws can. i think you might like them better in the long run.[thumb]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGlPHP9WTB8



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Jaws can.




best of all... triple pipes.
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^^^sounded like the rumble pack had a bog. imo if i had to choose between the two, i'd keep the stock. had bad exp with the mbrp with my old xlt. that can didn't last a full season. the packing wore out quick. sure it sounded cool, but just didn't sound right.
 

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MBRP race can all the way. sound the best, i liek the low 'bark' sound to them.
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEvT7gXlD9g

There is a link to my modified MBRP Race can on my IQR. I enjoy how it sounds, it is a little on the loud side and in that video I wasn't jetted quite right so it sounds a little boggy, but when jetted right it is pretty crisp.

Chad
 

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I like the rumble pack the best, i have friends with both the MBRP and rumble pack. I think the MBRP is way to loud and annoying. I really dont like cans in the first place. Like said before, i would rather have a jaws can!
 

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i never like MBRP. I have a Super-Q can on my sled and i love it. Its close to stock at idle but you can really tell the diference when you crack the throttle. Its got a nice rumble to it. i would probaly go Sno-Stuff i had to choose between those two
 

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i have rumble pack id be willing to sell dependind on what u need it for.
 

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Never liked the rumble pack can, when I sold one of my 99 rmk 700's to a friend he put a rumble pack can and it sounded like a 85cc mx bike.. weak..
My MBRP race can was louder and had a deeper tone to it... I liked it.

I also had a SLP can on the 99 rmk I sold him... it was hardly louder then stock and about as bulky.
 

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rich1374670x said:
I lost 12-15 mph on the top end, 97 mxz 670 with a mbrp can.
HAHAHAHA thats complete bullshit. Something else is wrong with your sled.
 

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No, no bullshit. Once all the packing was gone, less than a season. I lost all my topend. A guy I road with who had a f7 had the same thing happen. I put the stock can back on and it was back to the way it was before the mbrp.
 

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My MBRP race can was pretty worn and I didnt notice a loss in power on my 700.
Sorry, dont beleave it.
 
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