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Old 08-07-2018, 07:26 AM
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Iím looking for a different can for my Ď16 M8000 limited. Right now thereís a few used ones for sale. An HPS, a TSS and a Silber. Which one would you recommend? Sound doesnít matter to me, just looking for one thatís light and will not cause any bogging issues.


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my SSI ti is too loud for me but I can attest it does not bog and is the lightest you will find. its not as loud as other brand's race/mountain cans, but still too raspy for me. I have an early build 17, before they started putting exhaust deflectors on them. I've choked off the exhaust many times in powder but never had any annoying bogs. mines for sale but was actually thinking of keeping it until I am sure I get as good performance from my replacement. if it sells it sells, if it don't it don't. looks purdy on the shelf.
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I've had two HPS and been around a few others with them. I would buy again.
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Iím looking for a different can for my Ď16 M8000 limited. Right now thereís a few used ones for sale. An HPS, a TSS and a Silber. Which one would you recommend? Sound doesnít matter to me, just looking for one thatís light and will not cause any bogging issues.


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I ran a Jaws trail can not to loud no bog worked great. I am running a Sled shed cooker can now I prefer the Jaws (until lunch time), it works good just a little louder, and I'm a little older.
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My Bikeman powder lite was definitely light for a steel can, but it made too much noise and I could get it to choke under one certain condition. Sound seemed cool for the first season then got more annoying. Running a Diamond S Ti quiet can now. No bogs on my 900 and fit much better than the Bikeman unit after I added a spring to hold it down against the belly pan (no instructions come with it, but pretty sure that's the way it's intended).

Out of the ones you have listed I'd pick the HPS. Haven't run one personally but I've seen them and build quality seemed good. They also spend time in development to make sure anything they produce works.
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I like how hps changes up the bottom contour of the exit flange to the belly pan depending on what year you have. I tweaked the flange on the SSI just a hair to seat it better on my 17MC. neither uses a lower frame mount apparently tho, something I like better on other cans I've seen (DS). but the ssi and hps probably seal better than most down there. however I'm not sure flange seal is much important on these, they suck air from outside unless you've modified the intake somehow.
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If u can find a MPX used, I am really happy with mine. Sounds great and is re-packable if it gets to loud. Search on eBay. Not to bad of a price new either.


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