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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-01-2006, 08:06 PM
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Question About Predator 90 Exhaust

I bought a "power up kit" for a 2005 Predator 90 from a place I have seen mentioned here before. My original muffler had brackets that held the shroud (plastic cover that keeps you from contacting the muffler) and one to bolt the air intake. With this new pipe there isn't any. So the plastic piece and the lower bolt to the air box can't go back on. The battery also needs to be removed because the thing is so big. This was a little more than I intended to get into not knowing a whole lot about this stuff. Does anybody know where to get a good muffler without having to remove a lot of parts. Thanks!!
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-02-2006, 08:12 AM
 
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Re: Question About Predator 90 Exhaust


For a good pipe that will bolt directly on, try:
Billy Holt at http://www.wrhracing.net/contact_us
Ed at http://www.lucky7racing.com/

When installing a new pipe, many also recommend an upgraded CDI and Clutch Kit at the same time. The clutch kit allows the engine to rev higher (tuned for the performance pipe) and the non restricted CDI allows the engine to rev higher then factory. For even more power gain, many also recommend an upgraded air filter (re: K&N, Unifilter or foam filter) to allow more air into the engine. The biggest air flow restriction on the Polaris 90 is its straw intake and restricted factory pipe. For details, surf:

http://www.off-road.com/atv/kidskorn...vupgrade3.html
http://www.off-road.com/atv/kidskorn...vupgrade2.html

Note: Before ordering, provide them the exact year of your Pred-90. There's different pipes for different years.

Hope this helps...

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