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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-02-2010, 09:04 AM Thread Starter
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New Owner of 2006 650xt with an exhaust question.

Hey all, I purchased a 650 Prowler and I am trying to do my homework before I put the wrong upgrades on it. I figured that you guys might have some answers for me. I have a 700 big bore kit on mine with edlebrock carb, upgraded: cam, cdi, ignition, intake, clutch kit. The only thing is that I am told that there are really no exhaust systems available that will hold up to the vibration of this motor. The motor builder put a suzuki 450 quad exhaust on it and it works fine, but I am looking for an exhaust that looks more like it was designed for the prowler than what I have. Please let me know if you have any ideas for me. Also, I would appreciate any warnings or must have parts that you can recommend to me for it. Thanks, Ryan
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I think Looney tuned has one for it.Thats what im puting on my XTZ.
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Thanks guys. I will check them out. I love the Looney Tuned, but I think it is a little too loud for my taste.
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WELCOME to the site! I think no matter what exhaust you go with, it will be loud lolll. Good luck on the search

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Hey all, I purchased a 650 Prowler and I am trying to do my homework before I put the wrong upgrades on it. I figured that you guys might have some answers for me. I have a 700 big bore kit on mine with edlebrock carb, upgraded: cam, cdi, ignition, intake, clutch kit. The only thing is that I am told that there are really no exhaust systems available that will hold up to the vibration of this motor. The motor builder put a suzuki 450 quad exhaust on it and it works fine, but I am looking for an exhaust that looks more like it was designed for the prowler than what I have. Please let me know if you have any ideas for me. Also, I would appreciate any warnings or must have parts that you can recommend to me for it. Thanks, Ryan
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