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Polaris Axys Pro Rmk 800 Mbrp Stainless Steel Silencer: Also Fits 600/x/assaults on 2040-parts.com

US $185.00
Location:

Pasco, Washington, United States

Pasco, Washington, United States
Only used one weekend so basically in new condition
Brand:MBRP Manufacturer Part Number:4290213

Putting a turbo kit on my 2016 Polaris Pro Rmk Axys 800 so selling this top of the line stainless steel MBRP silencer. Only 100 miles on it so basically in new condition.Terrific sound and drops a bunch of weight off.

Does NOT come with a gasket or springs (it is designed to use your stock oem exhaust springs and exhaust gasket).

Money back guarantee (buyer pays for shipping both ways).

Please note that I may end this listing at any time as this item is also for sale locally so don't hesitate too long or it will be gone. 

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