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Postby ZRT7c » August 30th, 2003, 3:45 pm

I was wondering what kind of pipe would be a cheap pipe but a good pipe for my 96 ZRT 600 it needs to be loud Thanks
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Postby catdaddy » August 31st, 2003, 2:59 am

Getting rid of the stock can will do that. Heck the stock can wasn't too bad but was a little heavy. As far as pipes go, I doubt you'll find anything new for less than $650-stick with the stock and go with stingers.Aftermarket pipes only increase horsepower in a higher r.p.m. range where you have to be careful with a "stock" triple.There are several small mods to be done with the ZRT600 without opening the engine that will really wake it up! Make sure you have a good clutch kit. Are you running any picks? These sleds with the right tuning/setup will still to this day give azz spankins'to many a sleds! Good luck!:)
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Postby ZRT7c » August 31st, 2003, 5:35 am

ok thanks catdaddy yes im running picks but im not to sure how many because i just bought the sled off a guy i appreachate the help
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Postby indysp440 » September 1st, 2003, 3:26 am

i have a new set of pipes for a 96 zrt for sale let me know

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Postby ZRT7c » September 1st, 2003, 4:24 am

ok thanks indy but i think i might go with a new can i was talking to a couple of snowmobilers and they said the can is the way to go and cheaper but ill let you know if i change my mind lol thanks
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Postby AC600 » September 6th, 2003, 7:44 am

I have PSI pipes on mine. They are loud, but sound great. They run at 9250 rpm.
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Postby ZRT7c » September 6th, 2003, 10:45 am

Cool do you have a zrt 600? ya i here psi pipes are pretty good but i wasent sure if you put pipes on your sled if you have to mess with any other settings i was just thinking about a can because there loud to
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Postby catdaddy » September 6th, 2003, 11:19 am

There is a "clean" used DG silencer on e-bay right now-was around $130 u.s. earlier this morning.
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Postby ZRT7c » September 6th, 2003, 4:56 pm

ok thanks catdaddy
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