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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 09-05-2008, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Where can I get my Rotax header modified to fit the Rhino? I'm in Whittier. Thanks guys.
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what about ron woods?

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ron would do the exhaust,but not the header. I had my header made through the proshop's exhaust guy. they are in stanton.(714)892-1300

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ron would do the exhaust,but not the header. I had my header made through the proshop's exhaust guy. they are in stanton.(714)892-1300
Thanks Max I'll go there. I'm planning on using my Gibson muffler.
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I think The pro shop is a sponser on here. You can probably PM them and set up a day to get it done.

Thanks to all the hard work from Todd at www.151fab.com for building my rhino!

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i had perfromance rhino alter mine a bit, to get it tighter to the motor there are an exhaust shop too. they really did not want to mess with it though, until they saw the big SAND CRAZED plaque on my dash.lol thanks again Daryl @ Sand Crazed.

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Thanks Max I'll go there. I'm planning on using my Gibson muffler.

I would recommend not to do that!!! you will waste some money, I do not believe it will flow to the capacity that the 800 needs IMO


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dont put the gibson muffler on it wil kill you.runnig mine on the dyno it took 6 hp away with that muffler.

The guy that i would recomend is REF out of kingman he does a lot of exhaust setems for one off deals and most of the trophy truck and desert guys have been using him for years
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like I said, have ron wood make you a custom exhaust like mine,he is in costa mesa, since I had the header made and ron made me the intake and exhaust, I have eliminated all problems in that area and picked up another 10-15 ponies.

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I would recommend not to do that!!! you will waste some money, I do not believe it will flow to the capacity that the 800 needs IMO


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The Gibson is very easy to mod too make it flow better and compared to the stock rotax pipe I really don't see it being a problem. They use that pipe on the Teryx 750 without a problem. The Ron Woods pipe is out because it too noisy for me. Rog your talking about flow capacity on maybe a mod Rhino 686 that had the head ported on where it might matter at the top of the red line where it makes max hp. But on a stock torquey 800 it should be a ploblem. I'll just R&D it and let you know.

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