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trx 450r exhaust for 700xx ?

any chance a slip on from a 450r would slip onto th 700xx ??
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I've been wondering the same thing. I could get one really cheap, but haven't been able to look at it yet.
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i tried to look today at the atv shop but didnt get a good comparison between the two, it looks as if it would but... i dont have the money for trial and error, and if it did would it help or or hinder the performance
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I wouldn't think it would hinder your performance. You are going to get better air flow. Although, I would definitely recommend a EFI controller to be installed if you are really planning on getting the most out of it.
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well some one with a 450r, or any one with the chance to look please shed some light on this for us
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if it helps any one out, go to this link and click on "slip on for honda 450r" their is a diagram with pictures this should help any one with mechanical skills out

actully here is a direct link to what you need to look at http://www.motoworks.com/05technical...ts/60-1001.pdf
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