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post #1 of 25 Old 11-16-2010, 03:33 PM Thread Starter
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05 F7, whats the best sounding CAN?

I want to get a CAN for my 05 F7, but I dont know what one to get. D&D, JAWS, MBRP, or Sno Stuff. I have a D&D clutch kit on my sled. Just say what 'CAN' you have or like or suggest for my sled. Also how much hp will i lose if any, i know it will be lighter than stock.

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its all in personal preference. I did alot of research on you tube listening and all that and I just ordered the sno stuff yesterday. I think it sounds the best and they claim 3-4 + hp.
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I have the same sled and have been looking at cans for about a year. I still have not decided But have it narrowed it down to 3. The DD, bmp, and jaws I would recomed these over snow stuff and MBRP just because the do dnyo testing and wont lose hp and make more than just cans. I had a MBRP on my MXZX 700 and it sounded asome and was made well, but hey its a ski dooi did not expect to go fast anway so I was not concerned about performance. I will probly go with BMP , I already have the stelth pipe and work great.
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I have the same sled and have been looking at cans for about a year. I still have not decided But have it narrowed it down to 3. The DD, bmp, and jaws I would recomed these over snow stuff and MBRP just because the do dnyo testing and wont lose hp and make more than just cans. I had a MBRP on my MXZX 700 and it sounded asome and was made well, but hey its a ski dooi did not expect to go fast anway so I was not concerned about performance. I will probly go with BMP , I already have the stelth pipe and work great.
i want to get jaws but my dealer doesnt have it, and they say they cant order it either and the guy said hes never heard of it haha, dont really want to order online either so idk kinda leaning toward D&D or sno stuff
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sno stuff and mbrp i think are the loudest, but you wont gain any hp with any of them, they do drop the weight by a few pounds tho. but anyone whose had theyre sled dynoed has said they dropped hp with an aftermarket can. Unless maybe if you do the y pipe and pipe along with it
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I have the same sled and have been looking at cans for about a year. I still have not decided But have it narrowed it down to 3. The DD, bmp, and jaws I would recomed these over snow stuff and MBRP just because the do dnyo testing and wont lose hp and make more than just cans. I had a MBRP on my MXZX 700 and it sounded asome and was made well, but hey its a ski dooi did not expect to go fast anway so I was not concerned about performance. I will probly go with BMP , I already have the stelth pipe and work great.
Knowing D&D, I'd go with them. depending on what your looking for in sound. They offer a "Quiet Can" and their loud Barker. both gain hp and also have a small adjustable flap that can increase or decrease backpressure. BMP also is good seeing they are somewhat of a little brother to D&D . Sno-Stuff and MBRP actually lose hp. I had a sno-stuff on my Firecat when I first got it and it was just obnoxious. I now have D&Ds barker and it has a nice deep tone that is somewhat quiet and, well, Barks when the throttle is cranked open.

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Hey matt, heres the link to where i ordered mine from. if you have any more questions or anything feel free to contact me again.

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Hey matt, heres the link to where i ordered mine from. if you have any more questions or anything feel free to contact me again.

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Do you have to call them to order the silencer?
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For all of you aftermarket CAN guys the word I have been hearing is the BMP CAN is the only one that doesnt loose power on the dyno. Any of you guys want to sell your stock F7 cans? I just need 1 for a sled I am putting together.

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