Polaris® RZR XP® 1000 XP4 Non Turbo
The Polaris RZR XP 1000 exhaust systems are available as a Dual Full System in the Performance Series, a Dual Full System in the Titan Series, a Single Slip On in the Titan Series, and a Twin Loop System in the Titan Series.
There is a 2-4 dB increase in sound levels with Quiet Core Inserts installed on all systems except the Twin Loop System. The Twin Loop System in the Titan Series is a full 8-10 dB quieter than the stock exhaust with a much more mild tone and maintains the same power output as stock.
Dual Full System
Gains 9-11 hp and 5-7 ft-lbs at the wheels with appropriate tuning. The aluminum shell silencers and stainless steel head pipes weigh substantially less than stock exhaust.
Dual Full System
Gains 9-11 hp and 5-7 ft-lbs at the wheels with appropriate tuning. The stainless steel shell silencers and stainless steel head pipes weigh slightly more than the Performance Series but still significantly less than the stock exhaust system and adds extra durability to the system. Available in both the Loud (XL) and Quiet (QS) options.
Gains 8-10 hp and 5-6 ft-lbs at the wheels with the appropriate tuning. This is a single stainless steel silencer and weighs substantially less than the stock silencer with a much improved sound. Available in both the Loud (XL) and Quiet (QS) options.
Twin Loop System
Maintains the stock power levels and installs as a slip on system, retaining the original head pipe. The Twin Loop System connects two Titan-QS silencers in series creating more capacity to handle the exhaust’s sound pulses. This looped system traps the exhaust sounds, absorbs them, and allows the exhaust to run quieter than the RZR XP 1000’s stock silencer by an amazing 8-10 dB.
Horsepower and torque increases listed above are possible with tuning such as the DynoJet PowerVision. While the Polaris RZR XP 1000 does not require tuning to safely operate with an HMF exhaust, gains in power and torque are less significant.
Exhaust Fits: (2015-21) RZR XP 1000, RZR XP 4 1000
FUEL TUNING IS NOT TYPICALLY REQUIRED
Typically, fuel tuning is not required when installing an HMF Exhaust on this machine. However, other modifications to the machine may require the need for fuel tuning to ensure the machine runs properly, and there is no damage to the exhaust system. See the tuning settings below for possible tuning solutions or Contact Us for more information.