Dual Complete Exhaust System for Yamaha Rhino 700

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by ATV.com Staff
Two Brothers Racing releases M-7 series exhaust system for versatile UTV

Two Brothers Racing of Santa Ana, Calif. has released its new dual M-7 series exhaust system for the 2008 Yamaha Rhino 700.

“By adding a Two Brothers performance exhaust system you will intensify your ride and experience an eight per cent power increase,” Two Brothers Racing says in a release.

The M-7 series exhaust system features a thin wall polished aluminum canister sleeve and CNC machined inlet and outlet caps. Also, a CNC machined bolt-on canister mount is included for easy installation and durability.

Like the company’s other off-road systems, this exhaust features the patent-pending Variable Axis Locking Exhaust (V.A.L.E.) attachment system and X-Lite retaining ring. These features cut down on weight significantly because they eliminate the need for springs and create an adjustable mount that is solid when fixed in place.

Two Brothers Racing made, tested and assembled the exhaust system in the United States.

Also included with the M-7 series exhaust system is a factory installed, US Forestry Service approved spark arrestor screen.

To further beef up the power of the Rhino 700, Two Brothers Racing offers its Juice Box fuel controller, which the company claims will provide a power increase of 18 per cent.

“This race-proven combination will put your Rhino at the absolute top level of its game,” says Two Brothers Racing.

According to Two Brothers Racing, the Juice Box increases horsepower, improves throttle response and takes just minutes to install by plugging directly into the OEM wiring harness between the stock ECU and fuel injectors.

The M-7 series exhaust system retails for $899.98, while the Juice Box costs an additional $299.98.

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