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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-05-2014, 03:26 PM
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I guess since this is a unique vehicle you will have to wait for a exhaust made specifically for the Slingshot. Its not like you are gonna be able to find some exhaust that is compatible with other motorcycles or cars I would assume.



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there might be parts from other exhaust systems you can use to piece together your own, but then that brings you back to custom. Either custom or a setup specifically for the SS
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I'm not about to go trying things on my own. I don't really know what I'm doing so I think that I'll end up waiting for Polaris to come out with products. First we have to wait for people to even get the Slingshot in the first place though. That is proving to be a challenge.



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post #14 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-06-2014, 05:12 PM
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I'm not about to go trying things on my own. I don't really know what I'm doing so I think that I'll end up waiting for Polaris to come out with products. First we have to wait for people to even get the Slingshot in the first place though. That is proving to be a challenge.
Can it really be challenging if its not a reality, challenging like putting your skull through concrete is challenging???
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I'm not about to go trying things on my own. I don't really know what I'm doing so I think that I'll end up waiting for Polaris to come out with products. First we have to wait for people to even get the Slingshot in the first place though. That is proving to be a challenge.
you can always pay someone or a shop to do it, at least then you don't have to
fear as much about things going wrong.
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you can always pay someone or a shop to do it, at least then you don't have to
fear as much about things going wrong.
that's what i plan on doing for the not as easy stuff, as long as where i go for servicing is close enough to me.



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I'll be driving , the heat problem... High heels should fix that. in 30 years of riding I have never caught a rock or had any belt issue never not once .
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I'll be driving , the heat problem... High heels should fix that. in 30 years of riding I have never caught a rock or had any belt issue never not once .
Not bad at all, i guess where you ride might have influenced that. Do you ride just about anywhere doable or what?
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