News SuperTrapp exhaust for Polaris RZR-S, 850XP, 550XP (photos)

SuperTrapp exhaust for Polaris RZR-S, 850XP, 550XP (photos)

SuperTrapp Industries has been a leading manufacturer of comprehensive performance exhaust systems for a variety of motor vehicle applications, including motorcycles, ATV and automotive for over thirty years.

SuperTrapp recently announced that their MudSlinger and IDSX exhausts are available for three of the ’09 Polaris applications which include the Polaris RZR-S (MudSlinger P/N 136-1808 MSRP $399.00, IDSX P/N 835-1808, MSRP $449.00), 850XP and 550XP (MudSlinger P/N 136-1850 MSRP $359.00, IDSX P/N 835-1850 MSRP $389.00).

The MudSlinger is equipped with a removable USFS Approved Spark Arrestor and has an aggressive tone, yet is forestry legal. At idle, the MudSlinger measures at 89 dB and 93 dB at 3000 RPM (per SAE-J1287 as tested on a Polaris 800 Ranger RZR). Stock measures at 87 dB at idle, 93 dB at 3000 RPM and 103 dB at wide open throttle. MudSlinger rips with performance, but tests with favorable sound measurements, ensuring riding areas to stay open.

The MudSlinger exhaust makes ATVs and side-by-sides twice as much fun to drive and offers more bottom end, better mid range and a nice boost on top. The MudSlinger features a stainless steel mid-pipe that flows into the MudSlinger muffler to create a sound that is unlike anything else on the market.

MudSlingeris a rugged exhaust with a polished stainless steel outer body and an aluminum end cap, that not only looks cool, but will hold up to the abuse that aggressive ATV riders can dish out. The mechanical core offers a dramatic increase in torque and throttle response. It utilizes "Pillow Pack" packing for the ultimate in durability along with superior silencing. An optional snorkel kit is also available for deep water fording.

All models of the MudSlinger come complete with clear instructions and all hardware which eliminate guesswork by lending bolt on power right out of the box. Available for Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Arctic Cat, Polaris and Can-Am models.

SuperTrapp’s IDSX is also available for the Polaris RZR-S (P/N 835-1808), 850XP (P/N 835-1850) and 550XP (P/N 835-1850). The IDSX is a durable, lightweight, all stainless steel constructed exhaust designed to maximize a quad’s torque while lowering sound levels. While ideal for applications such as farming, hunting and all-terrain riding, the SuperTrapp adjustable disc diffuser system allows the rider to tune the IDSX for more horsepower and sound quality at different points on the powerband by adding, or subtracting discs. The internal disc design keeps mud from clogging the discs.

Anyone can see and hear the MudSlinger and IDSX as well as all other SuperTrapp exhausts running on a variety of applications by visiting the SuperTrapp Support and Video Forum at: http://forums.supertrapp.com/


 

 

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