Whether you want to replace that tiny factory exhaust on your Polaris General with a deeper sounding aftermarket exhaust setup or just want a simple slip-on UTV exhaust that doesn’t require jets in the carb or a reflash of the machine’s computer, we’ve got the side-by-side exhaust systems and exhaust parts to turn any General into a monster on the trail. If it’s that deep tone you’re after, Trinity Exhausts and the exhausts by Aftermarket Assassins are two that stand out. Not only do aftermarket UTV exhausts like these sound great, but the performance gains they provide are more than noticeable. Companies like HMF RJWC, and Summit Racing also make exhausts for the Polaris General. And while some exhausts -- slip-on exhausts in particular -- are plug-and-play, others require ECU programming, air box mods, and other alterations to optimize performance and play nicely with other powertrain and driveline components. Take the HMF Titan XL exhaust, for instance. If you don’t run the HMF tuner alongside the exhaust, your General will run too lean and will pop and backfire when you decelerate. The same is true for other General exhausts like the MBRP Powertech 4 by Summit Racing, exhausts by Bikeman Performance, and the Big Gun Evo U exhaust. Even if you go with a simple slip-on exhaust, check the specs before you buy, because some still require fuel mapping. Additionally, exhaust silencers and plugs are commonly used to quiet down loud exhausts.