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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-15-2008, 05:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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Looks good to me...I am holding off for a little bit to hear if my exhaust is on its way for the build.




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Yea man I cant go with an loud exhaust as I use mine for hunting ,sounds great with the tip,took that raspyness out without a tip and no spark arrestor.

Do you know anyone that has a Grant steering wheel adapter for the teryx?
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I understand that 100%

Let me look for you, I swear that I saw some adapters, not sure what make they were for, however, I will be back with information.




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Did you need to rejet for the 2" tip. I got mine last Thursday. I put it on just to hear the sound, then put the stock tip back on. I made sure to antiseize the screws!.
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Did you need to rejet for the 2" tip. I got mine last Thursday. I put it on just to hear the sound, then put the stock tip back on. I made sure to antiseize the screws!.
Welcome red hippo!

Not thinking that re-jetting will be required, however, sometimes you just never know.

You do bring up a good point on the antiseize though!




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No you shouldnt have to rejet..

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Did you need to rejet for the 2" tip. I got mine last Thursday. I put it on just to hear the sound, then put the stock tip back on. I made sure to antiseize the screws!.
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Thanks for the quick reply. I will put the 2" tip back on.

Thanks for having me, I will add pics and what not as I add them to the Teryx (Hippo).
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Sounds great to me, we have a lot of space and a lot of bandwidth, so everyone use it

Back on topic, with the tip on, did you notice much more exhaust noise, or just a little deeper tone?




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I'd rejet anyhow. They are lean from the factory. Up 5 or so probably wouldn't hurt. In a case like this, I'd think the Dyna-Jet set-up would be the berries. Anybody ever tried their system.?? With a V-Twin and 2 carbs, turning a dial would be a whole lot easier than rejetting 2 carbs.
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