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Arctic Cat Snowmobile Sno Stuff Exhaust Silencer 2007-2011 F6 F8 331-112 on

US $124.00

Scottville, Michigan, United States

Scottville, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Brand:SNO Stuff Manufacturer Part Number:331-112

Sno Stuff Rumble Pack Exhaust Silencer Arctic Cat F6-F8 | 331-112
MSRP Retail new $254.95

This is a gently used silencer off my 2011 Arctic Cat F8. I used it approximentley 1000 miles. I have since sold this sled and no longer need.    



    • Sno Stuff Rumble Pack Single Canister Silencer 
    • Extra kick with less weight
    • Unique first in the industry; Dual Stage acoustical design
    • Pull up to five more horsepower from the sleds motor, depending on the application
    • Saves up to 9 lb. of dead weight
    • Rumble Pack Silencer Kits attach to stock exhaust pipes and include complete instructions
    • No modifications to belly pan required for installation

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