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<a href="http://www.highlifter.com/store/High%20" target="_blank">http://www.highlifter.com/store/High%20 ... 20Kit.html</a>

I thinking about purchasing this kit for my 2004 Foreman and am wondering how good is the supertrapp x-series exhaust is as compared to hmf utility, i dont like super loud mufflers, so im thinking the supertrapp will be better, what are the dyno differences between the 2? I also am a pro staff member so ill get 10 percent off of the 331.00 it costs, and it comes with every thing i will need to bump up the performance. If anyone has this setup or close to it let me know your results from it.

Im also stuck, would you get the tires or the performance kit first, im not a rich man and will have to do one at the time, thanks so much
 

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I would do tires first. What good is havin' more power if you ain't got
any traction. That is a pretty good set up from Highlifter.
 

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http://www.highlifter.com/store/High%20Per...ance%20Kit.html

I thinking about purchasing this kit for my 2004 Foreman and am wondering how good is the supertrapp x-series exhaust is as compared to hmf utility, i dont like super loud mufflers, so im thinking the supertrapp will be better, what are the dyno differences between the 2? I also am a pro staff member so ill get 10 percent off of the 331.00 it costs, and it comes with every thing i will need to bump up the performance. If anyone has this setup or close to it let me know your results from it.

Im also stuck, would you get the tires or the performance kit first, im not a rich man and will have to do one at the time, thanks so much
For what its worth, i bought that kit for my 450 Foreman, and I was pleased with it, the muffler is great, mine is now on LadyForemans bike, as I wanted some more noise and got an HMF. I dont think the HP diff between the 2 arent gonna be that noticable.
I agree with Railroader, do the tires first.
 
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