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Ski Doo Xr 1200 Spi Lightweight Ceramic Exhaust on 2040-parts.com

US $245.00
Location:

Hartford, Wisconsin, United States

Hartford, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:SPI Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:134*136

this is a n like new unit slight (installation) scratches dings or dents was put on friends sled virtually zero miles ask me to sell for him will fit 2009 thru 2015 Ski Doo X R 1200 models Fitment & possibly 2016 - 2017 Produces a low deeper tone, without the loud noise Will save your sled 5-7 lb. and some applications gain 1-2 horsepower over stock silencers 8.5 lb. lighter than stock mufflers Uses the stock location exit The under-hood heat reduction and sharp appearance is provided by the ceramic coating

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