hey Grassatter, have you read the "air filter seal" thread yet? Take a read before you buy K&N. I read it too late but maybe we can save you the wasted purchase. I put a Dynojet jet kit in mine and I think I lost power but that's only because the instructions don't account for air box modifications. My fault not their's. A little more playing around and i'll have her dialed in. As for pipes, I have a FMF and I don't really like it. My buddy has a Pro Circuit and it makes big power but it also makes much bigger noise. A really snappy, crackly sound- depends where you ride and with whom I guess. I think i'll try an HMF next time.
Hey assattacker, its been my experience that if you ride the Grizzly you need two of them, just for parts to keep one running, buy the way I am a Polaris rider and I do carry a strap for stuck and broken down Yammer Hammers.
no rumprider im not working on my grizz, unlike you i am smart enough and old enough to have a job. cleveland texas is not that far from here. any time any place i will take your pull-us on. in the mud or on the track. keep dreaming maybe someday youll have a grizz.
You punks just don't understand, I had, excuse me, have a grizzley 600 sitting in the garage. The dealer rebuilt the first engine 6 months old, I paid for the second rebuild 16 months old and now it smokes moore than a valcano. So I bit the bullet and bought a polaris 800, it eats grizzleys and pisses wolverines, so Ass attacker if you have two yamma poppers in the garage my guess is only one runs, probley not very well. For the rest of you pathetic loosers eat my dust.
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