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Figured you all could help on this topic! I just ordered Elka Stage 4 shocks for front and back of my ?16 Grizzly SE. I have the Yamaha skid plates, ProAdvantage 3500-S winch, rear storage box, gun grips on front, a JBS sheave, spring, weights, kit which I have not installed yet. I bought this kit bc I have an extra set of wheels with 28? Zilla Tires on them, that I swap on and off and loss a lot of low end power. I haven?t installed the kit from JBS yet really due to to time but now where I hunt I really don?t need those mud tires on them as bad as I thought. I will after hunting season, when I can actually play in the mud and ride more around the Camp without interfering with others trying to hunt.
I am interested in buying an exhaust which is what I need advice on. I really like the Barkers dual exhaust but I don?t care for it being that loud bc I don?t want to bother others, going to the stand at Camp or even riding around the neighborhood. I know I have to get the fuel controller and air box mod also. All this seems like a whole lot of trouble and I know from reading post some have a lot of trouble getting this mod down properly. Is this all worth it just to add a few extra horsepower?
If I?m not wanting the extra noise it makes, and a few extra horsepower really doesn?t make sense to spend this money on, or I would of bought a Can-Am that had more than 30 horsepower than this to begin with.
So what are the other benefits of having all this done?
Would the HMF Titan - Swamp series quiet core blackout be better for me? I see it?s only a little louder than stock at 91 dB. I?m not sure if someone can tell me what the Barkers Duals are?
Next questions is whatever you guys advise then what?s the real difference on getting the Slip-On versions compared to full. Quallity having stainless steel or just the noise level and a couple of horsepower?
Thanks guys I?m thinking now that I have the Elka?s coming. This exhaust solution will be the last mod to this unit I have.
I appreciate your advice, thank you
 

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Hey Gwain, what about that exhaust system that was shown in that article you posted about bringing the old grizzly's up to 2016 and beyond? That seemed like it worked pretty well.
 

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In my opinion install the clutch kit and see if you really want to shovel more money into the fire. If you still want more power then try finding an exhaust. But for now I would install that clutch kit and dezz says that will give you a great boost! I personally haven't tried it yet but it is on the list.
 
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In my opinion install the clutch kit and see if you really want to shovel more money into the fire. If you still want more power then try finding an exhaust. But for now I would install that clutch kit and dezz says that will give you a great boost! I personally haven't tried it yet but it is on the list.
Most likely very good advice!
 
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