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Old 04-08-2009, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey grizzly owners. New to the site and just bought a 2009 grizzly 700 special edition. Want to put a slip-on pipe for mainly for the sound. Not looking at trying to really increase hp. Been told that some slip-on pipes you really dont need a power commander or fuel programmer. Jus twant to put one on and hear the roar.
Any suggestions on a good pipe? Thanks guys
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Old 04-08-2009, 05:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try a power tip and save yourself some money
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Look at Penland, Hmf , Two Brothers, or my favorite, Looney Tuned.
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What would be the difference other then price between a slip-on pipe and this power tip. Does this this power tip sound good. Seen them on ebay for the grizzly for $40.00.
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The difference would be about 300 to 400 dollars
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I love my Leo Vince pipe! No re-packing, and i get everything to tune it, and 4 different cores.
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You can go with a pipe and a pod mod for fuel control and get some more power, i hae done this yet so i'm not sure of how much pwer. I went with a 2Rracing power tip and it gave my 700 a better tone and i think a smidge more power.
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