I am thinking about putting MBRP pipe on my '04 rev 600. My buddy put one on his 800 and it is sweet. I do not think it is irritatingly loud, but just loud enough to let slow pokes you are behind them. Losing 8 lbs is also a good thing, but what about performance. Does anyone know how the torque and hp are effected?
MBRP's quality is'nt as good as HPS. HPS silencers are the #1 choice of most Dootalk members. That's why I decide to buy HPS. Doesn't sound too loud idling, or going slow thru town, but sounds pissed-off when you open the throttle. Very impressive can. Easy to install (shoelaces work great for taking off the springs) cost $269 I believe.
Did some side by side tests against my buddies rev. I had the HPS and his was stock. I lost 1/2 sled length up to 60 and lost 8 mph on top. Took the HPS off and we were dead even again. I learned my lesson and sold it.
Cans only add noise, #### off land owners and close trails.
Put your money on some REAL performance parts and make them scratch there heads.
My REV is pretty ratted out but sounds stock. There's nothing better then lining up with a bunch of loud sleds and kicking there a$$! They may sound mean and fast but when it comes down to it my sleeper keeps them guessing.
I always get the same replies. "Man, I thought yours was stock". "It doesn't sound fast". "Thats a 800 with 600 decals, isn't it?"
I laugh now at the loud cans. They all think they are fast just because it sounds fast. Got news for ya.........aftermarket cans will cost you performance, especially on a HO that has a stock tuned pipe and can.
They all claim good gains but they do not tell you that they rejet on the edge of burn-down to get the hp. Well........no $hit! I can do the same with the stock can!
Cudney Piston Kit
Cudney Clutch Kit
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Boyeson Power Reeds
T.P.I Low Boys
90# Front Springs
Factory Connection Revalved Shocks
PEM Offset axle/8'' Billet Wheels
Performance Engineering Hyper-lite Secondary