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I grabbed a 2018 165x3 the very end of last winter. I am wanting a couple upgrades and wondered of your real world experience! I am in the market for a front bumper and a t motion delete kit. What have you all run? Which is the best and most affordable? Also has anyone had any luck putting a muff pot on with stock exhaust and shot?? TIA
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Muff pot not possible with shot unfortunately. I would ride it before you spend money on delete kit.
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Muff pot not possible with shot unfortunately. I would ride it before you spend money on delete kit.
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Sicamous cooker can is the best solution.
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I was a Polaris rider until this year, on 18 850 Summit now. I bought the delete kit before riding the sled figuring it would be stupid having it move around. I didn't install it right away figuring I'd ride it for awhile first. I never did install it, don't read into all the hype.
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Aka. The Thing cooker can.
Works great. No loss on performance and not louder then my Hps can. Cooks in 10 minutes or less.
It's made and developed in Sicamous
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It's made and developed in Sicamous
Turbo Al in Revelstoke actually, but yes.
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