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Header is in mint condition. Located in Orangeville. $375

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On 12/14/2016 at 7:54 PM, Puzzleboy said:

For off-trail use, I assume?  :)

Yes, it bolts to a stock can with matching Db output

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The MSVA doesn't mention decibels..... :)

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13 hours ago, Puzzleboy said:

The MSVA doesn't mention decibels..... :)

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It doesn't mention pipe either

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I thought all OFSC trails were considered racing areas.... so it's covered under the Asshat Exception.....

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But it does mention not removing or modifying anything that is required by MVSA.

 

8 hours ago, Tinker said:

 

It doesn't mention pipe either

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On 12/19/2016 at 8:57 PM, Puzzleboy said:

The MSVA doesn't mention decibels..... :)

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18 hours ago, Puzzleboy said:

But it does mention not removing or modifying anything that is required by MVSA.

 

...and those items are....... ??

 

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Tink he is trolling again....select ignore....

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12 hours ago, Poncho said:

Tink he is trolling again....select ignore....

I work with adults all day, this is a nice diversion

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The exhaust system.  Hey, I could care less what people modify (although if the sled is loud, I tell them to lose it). 

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On 2016-11-15 at 7:12 AM, Oggy said:

Header is in mint condition. Located in Orangeville. $375

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So.... new 850 ? 

 

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51 minutes ago, Puzzleboy said:

The exhaust system.  Hey, I could care less what people modify (although if the sled is loud, I tell them to lose it). 

Me too. I hate loud sleds. I ran that header on my 1200, no sound change, as obviously it runs through the standard muffler so total stealth and non-detectable.  

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12 hours ago, Poncho said:

Me too. I hate loud sleds. I ran that header on my 1200, no sound change, as obviously it runs through the standard muffler so total stealth and non-detectable.  

Was there a performance improvement? Or is it just hype. I'm thinking about getting one for my sled. Lots of used on Kijiji.

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Yes there is, I needed to load the clutch a little after install. You won't believe the garbage stock manifold once you remove it.  Eventually I did the BMP muffler mod and PB80 and Cudney CR9 helix.  My 1200 ran with an 800 at top end. 

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I see Cudney has two PB80 models. Over drive and non O/D. Which did you have? I'm going to ride my sled as-is this winter then probably go with the header clutches and reflash.

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talk to Bill, he's a stand up guy and will set you straight.

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On 12/23/2016 at 10:51 AM, 2strokemerc said:

I see Cudney has two PB80 models. Over drive and non O/D. Which did you have? I'm going to ride my sled as-is this winter then probably go with the header clutches and reflash.

Standard drive and I didn't reflash at the time as neither were available. Talk to Bill Cudney 

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So why doesn't Doo put an equivalent header on at the factory, for such tangible gains? 

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14 hours ago, Puzzleboy said:

So why doesn't Doo put an equivalent header on at the factory, for such tangible gains? 

Same reason they don't put a better pipe on an ETEC 800 or a PB80 on a 1200 or run a better flash in the 1200 ECU.  It works fine stock and is reliable......the after market stuff is fun to play around with.  There are always ways to find more power in he stock stuff.....like your average Corvette, tons of junk the factory could do get some power out of it but they don't.  

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So, those mods make the 1200 less reliable?  :)

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As reliable as an average Vette....time-bomb!

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There is a guy on CF with 360,000 miles (about 600,000 kms) on a 1998 C5.  Has replaced one 6-spd and 2 clutches. 

Terrible reliability!!

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Cool. That's a lot of driving, he must use it everyday for that kind of mileage.  The more you use them the more miles you can get out of them.  Like any piece of equipment.

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