Whenever you get to talking about the best of something, there are always opinions to the contrary. Just ask someone on social media which brand of ATV is best and you’ll get 100 different answers. Exhaust systems add performance to your ATV and a customized touch. If you want to know which exhaust system is best for your machine, there are lots of options. Here are our picks of the best ATV exhaust systems on the market and the machines that helped elevate them to that status.
HMF is now offering its Swamp slip-on exhaust for the Yamaha Viking, offering a bit more performance from Yamaha’s Utility Side-by-Side.
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In addition to any performance boost, HMF says the Swamp slip-on ($399.95) sheds two to three pounds compared to the stock system. Sound levels are claimed to be just one or to decibels higher than the stock unit with a deeper tone. However, for those looking for a bit more bark (and power), HMF’s Swamp XL (Extra Loud) is also available for $369.95.
Already a potent machine out of the box, HMF has found a way to ring even more power out of the new Polaris Scrambler XP 850.
“When we got the Polaris Scrambler 850 on the dyno, we picked a full five horsepower, completely changing how this machine runs,” FMS says in a release. “We offer the full system in our Swamp and Swamp XL Series, and we can guarantee you’re going to love the new way your Scrambler moves.”
The basic HMF slip-on starts at $289.95, while the Swamp XL Series starts at $369.95 ($620.95 for full system) and the Swamp Series starts at $399.95 ($650.95 for the full system).