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Better Jetpro exhaust alternative?

TPSF

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I have a rear jetpro for my Rampage MT, is there another pipe that gives more power that the jetpro pipe? I have the rest covered.
 

G-Man

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I have a rear jetpro for my Rampage MT, is there another pipe that gives more power that the jetpro pipe? I have the rest covered.
20180303_161533.jpg I use the ddm racing dominator side mount pipe. It seems good all around power. Love the sound too. Not sure it is better than the jetpro rear mount, never had one on a MT. I do have a jetpro on my Dunerunner though. Totally different sound and seems to have alot of low end torque
 

Petrolheadz100

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What coupler are you using on the jetpro pipe? The stock silicone hose that came with the hose is melti g and deteriorating , what else can i use for the coupler that can withstand the heat?
 

G-Man

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Looks good brother, ordered that hose, mine measured ID just short of an inch
It is a tight fit I'm not gonna lie, but not too tight it won't go on. As gross as this may sound, a little spit put on the inside of the hose you cut makes the installation much easier. I didn't want to use silicone, it would make the hose slip. Lol I don't know it worked is all I can say. So I just barely replaced my first piece a year later only because I was taking the pipe off for the new head kit. It didn't melt, it did have a few cracks inside though.
 

Phill

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It is a tight fit I'm not gonna lie, but not too tight it won't go on. As gross as this may sound, a little spit put on the inside of the hose you cut makes the installation much easier. I didn't want to use silicone, it would make the hose slip. Lol I don't know it worked is all I can say. So I just barely replaced my first piece a year later only because I was taking the pipe off for the new head kit. It didn't melt, it did have a few cracks inside though.

I didn't use lube for the same reason.
Didn't think of spit damnit :mad:
 

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