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Old 09-01-2018, 07:28 PM
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Hello everyone; just took delivery of my 2019 Freeride 154” S38 with SHOT today; wondering what options are for the use of a muff pot or cooker can. Mountain can is not an option. Have heard an 850 cooker can; works very well, just a bit louder than I’d like. Am I out of luck seeing as how I have the shot capacitor?
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Wrap your sammich in parchment paper, put it between side panel and muffler....
There is a you tube vid by Tony Ryan.... Says it works quite well.

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Wrap your sammich in parchment paper, put it between side panel and muffler....
There is a you tube vid by Tony Ryan.... Says it works quite well.

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I think it would get warmer if you put it on the clutch side.
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I think it would get warmer if you put it on the clutch side.
That's funny.

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I tried to figure out a way to keep the stock muffler and still use a muff pot with my shot system but I couldn't figure it out.

I ended up getting HPS cans for both of my doos so I could pack a muff pot.

The HPS can isn't stock quiet but it's pretty dang quiet for being aftermarket.
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I put an HPS can on both of mine with a muff pot. I went with the trail can and the sound is just right, not too loud. I've flown jet aircraft the last 31 years and my ears can't handle the loud noise any longer.
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So you guys with the HPS trail can have SHOT and are able to run the muff pot?

The thing cooker can is the one I was referring to in my post that was a little on the loud side for me.
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I hve the hps mountain can, about the same as the Thing
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I don’t think HPS has a Mountain and a trail version of their can. Maybe people are thinking GGB?

Here’s the one I have: https://www.teamhps.com/product/gen4-850/

And yes I have a muff pot mounted on it and my sled has shot.
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