Polaris RZR Pro XP
The Polaris RZR PRO XP® exhaust systems are available as Dual Slip Ons in the Performance Series, Dual Full Turbo-Back in the Performance and Titan Series, and a Single Full Turbo-Back Big Core in the Titan SS Series.
All the dual systems use 16” silencers. The Slip-On systems retain the original downpipe and turbo heat shields. The Full Turbo-Back Systems will still retain the original turbo heatshields but replace all the exhaust components after the turbo. All dual systems include a powder coated aluminum license plate bracket.
The 4” diameter aluminum silencers replace the stock silencer and are significantly lighter.
Dual Full Turbo-Back
The 4” diameter aluminum silencers and stainless steel downpipe replace the entire exhaust system from the turbo back. The downpipe includes a flex joint and custom laser-cut heatshield that mounts to the downpipe.
Dual Full Turbo-Back
The 5” diameter stainless steel silencers and stainless steel downpipe replace the entire exhaust system from the turbo back. The downpipe includes a flex joint and custom laser-cut heatshield that mounts to the downpipe. Available in both the Loud (XL) and Quiet (QS) options.
Single Big Core Full Turbo-Back
The single 5” stainless steel silencer and unrestricted 2.5” downpipe was designed and built for serious racing and enthusiasts alike. The silencer uses a 2.5” core to match the downpipe and minimizes back pressure on the turbo and helps to keep the turbo spooled for the best possible throttle response.
Exhaust Weights (weight difference to stock):
Performance Dual Slip On: 15.05 lbs (-4.30 lbs compared to a stock silencer)
Performance Dual Turbo Back: 21.20 lbs (-5.05 lbs)
Titan XL (Loud) Dual Turbo Back: 25.00 lbs (-1.25 lbs)
Titan QS (Quiet) Dual Turbo Back: 27.20 lbs (+0.95 lbs)
Titan SS Single Turbo Back: 13.85 lbs (-12.40 lbs)
Exhaust Only (all systems): +3 hp / +1 ft-lb
Exhaust & Tuning (all systems): +17 hp / +6 ft-lbs
(20-21) Polaris® RZR Pro XP
(20-21) Polaris® RZR Pro XP 4
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.