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post #1 of 4 Old 01-02-2012, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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I just purchased the powderlite muffler from you, does this require a boondocker box ? also is there any performance gains from this besides the weight loss.

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No EFI controller required with any mufflers! They do not gain over stock, but they do not lose horsepower like so many others do. Simply a great weight savings and make it sound like there is something under the hood.

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powderlite on 2011 crossfire 800

Hello mike, I have been getting the octane code alot on my sled,about 4 times in the last 300 miles,could this muffler be the cause of this ? have you had any issues ?

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No muffler should not be causing the octane light. They have the same airflow as stock so nothing should change except your sled being lighter! I would look at fuel quality, we see such poor fuel now days it is crazy.

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