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Old 09-09-2009, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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Best exhaust for a raptor 660.

I have an 02 raptor 660 with a stock exhaust with the baffle out of it. I'm now thinking of buying a new exhaust. i only have about 700$ available right now and i would like to put some of that into other parts so im trying to keep the price down. I wanna know what kind of exhaust you guys think is the nest for power and sound. And if it is well worth the extra cash to buy the full system not just the slip on...but im low on cash. lol Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-09-2009, 05:59 PM
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I have a full Jardine RT5 available for the Raptor 660 for 360.00 shipped anywhere in the lower 48 states.

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Old 09-09-2009, 06:12 PM
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Whatever you get, do a full system - no slip on.

If you have money left after that (you should), get a good intake and the jets for your carbs. Personally, I'd also grab a 12t front sprocket (like $8-15).

After that I'd look into either a new cam, an axle, or some used shocks to replace those shitty fronts our bikes come with.

KB there could probably hook you up with a lot of that... Good people.

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i have a hmf fulol exhaust that is cut down short and painted high temp flat black that i will sell you for 175 shipped.
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I have the HMF full exhaust and let me tell you, if you dont wanna piss your neighbors off than this is not the exhaust for you because it is loud. But do not waste your time with a slip on, just go all out and get a full system, im sure someone on the forum is selling one, thats how i got mine!! oh look up, that guys selling one lol

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I have the HMF full exhaust and let me tell you, if you dont wanna piss your neighbors off than this is not the exhaust for you because it is loud. But do not waste your time with a slip on, just go all out and get a full system, im sure someone on the forum is selling one, thats how i got mine!! oh look up, that guys selling one lol

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I just bought a lrd pro 4 exhaust and its really nice and loud and has alot of power.
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look for a good used sparks...most used systems nothing is wrong with them as long as there is no damage you may need to however repack the muffler but any muffler you will have to do this so...if you can get a used system for 350 400 then get a jet kit...gyt-r is good about 65 new...then K&N with adapter and outerwear about 125 new maybe cheper on ebay....now you may have enough left for the girzzly 660 mudbuster cam...135 off ebay..personaly if needing to choose between the K&N kit and the grizzly mudbuster cam go witht he cam you will make more power then with the filter kit
also the mudbuster cam for teh 660 grizzly is a bolt in cam and requires no special mods or springs for the raptor 660

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ok, thanks for all the help guys. Does anyone know what jets i have to change and what numbers i need for the HMF full exhaust? And if i get the right jets for the pipe, do i need to change if i put the K&N filter in?
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Try 2 find a curtis sparks!!! I love mine!!!

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Curtis sparks full exhaust, 686 kit(port and polish head cam, and piston), K&N air filter, FCR 35mm carbs, Barnett clutches, aftermarket ez clutch lever, L.A. one way starter clutch,13 tooth front sprocket, front and rear wheel spacers, deleted rev. limiter, Works custom shocks, Tag handle bars, UM pro peg nerfs, blingstar iron cross front bumper(gloss black), extended swingarm, carbon fiber nose, raptor graphics, grip seat, PC'd wheels and PRM grab bar.
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