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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-01-2008, 07:52 AM Thread Starter
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Question 700 exhaust

Im looking to buy a set of duels or a good single system for my 700 maybe the yoshimura i dont know. Im looking for something that will stand abuse and make lots of power. Any suggestions would be welcomed!!
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Im looking to buy a set of duels or a good single system for my 700 maybe the yoshimura i dont know. Im looking for something that will stand abuse and make lots of power. Any suggestions would be welcomed!!
I just got the Ron Woods Racing pipe last night & and I'm pretty happy with it just from the street run I took in front of the Pro Shop. A lot of guys on this forum have the Woods Pipe. AC Flow Duals seem to be the other popular choice. After thinking & reading about them for about a few weeks I went with the Woods Racing w/ Supertrap tip to cut down on noise



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I have the 2-bros with fuel controller and air box eliminator mine runs real good

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If you dont have any other mods your wasting your time! The best bang for the buck on the 700's is going to be a machined sheave, you can get on from UnleashedUTV for under 100$ Then do an ECU.. after that you'll be mid to high 50's


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I can tell you that my yoshimura exhaust only restricts my power...
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I also have a sheave and I at 58 mph. with 25" tires.Only thing I want more of is bottom end.When I get some extra chedda,gonna do some cam and head work.
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I also have a sheave and I at 58 mph. with 25" tires.Only thing I want more of is bottom end.When I get some extra chedda,gonna do some cam and head work.
Have you looked into the new sheave compatable duners kit for the 700? Supposed to give you some more low end grunt. There selling em through UTVCrap...


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No I havent.I will look it up.
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If you dont have any other mods your wasting your time! The best bang for the buck on the 700's is going to be a machined sheave, you can get on from UnleashedUTV for under 100$ Then do an ECU.. after that you'll be mid to high 50's

I have a 700 too.Mopar is correct on his advise. Sheave and ignition module are the best engine mods on the 700. I currently purchased and air intake, AC duals and dynatek fuel programer but have not installed it yet.
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Ya,I will be doing something.I do need an ignition,has anyone heard or used the bored out throttle body by I think its alba.
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