Muff Pot / Cooker Can "THING" for Gen 4 850 (Review and Installation)

AkSledHed

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Nice! I went and bought some heat shield and lined the inside of the panel just in case. Do you leave the pot in if you’re not planning on cooking anything in it or do you remove it?


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Nice! I went and bought some heat shield and lined the inside of the panel just in case. Do you leave the pot in if you’re not planning on cooking anything in it or do you remove it?


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The manufacturer states, do not leave it installed when not cooking.

That means u need a sealable bag to contain the greasy mess inside a storage bag when not in use....

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The manufacturer states, do not leave it installed when not cooking.

That means u need a sealable bag to contain the greasy mess inside a storage bag when not in use....

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I missed that little note!!

But I did buy these bags for cooking
 

AkSledHed

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Got mine installed on Monday, it was pretty easy and it doesn't sound much louder than stock at idle and when I rode it out of the garage it still didn't seem too loud. Real test will be tomorrow and this weekend.
 

AkSledHed

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Got the sled out for a good rip this weekend and I liked the sound of the can, wife noticed immediately that it was a louder but not obnoxiously loud and the sled ran fine. Still haven't had a chance to cook anything in it yet but maybe this coming weekend.
 
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