In addition to abnormal heat, many Full-Size Polaris Ranger owners complain about the loud noise of their machine’s exhaust. Aside from running car mufflers to lessen the exhaust noise, there are a few options one can implement that aren’t as extreme. Silent Rider, for example, makes a muffler silencer that reduces exhaust noise by around 50%. It doesn’t cause power loss or any other issue from the added back pressure, but we’ve gotten feedback from a few riders who said that they disliked them because carbon built up over time and caused their machines to lose power over time. Aside from silencers, other Full-Size Ranger owners have reduced exhaust noise with their own homemade solutions. A 2014 Ranger 800 owner that we know added about a foot onto his pipe and slightly turned it pointed to the ground using a scrap piece of stainless. Another rider we know used 3M insulation and self-adhesive pads, sticking the pads on the underside of the roof, on the panels under the seat, and on the inner fender panels to reduce in-cab noise. We all know that two cylinder engines are inherently quieter than one cylinder engines, so perhaps one day Polaris will improve the exhaust on the factory design. Until then, the aftermarket and you as a Polaris Ranger owner need to take the initiative. So feel free to contact us and we’ll do whatever we can to get your Full-Size Polaris Ranger muffler where you need it to be.
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