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Strike and Sector 250 Exhaust finally done

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Well, we have finally finished our new exhaust system for the Strike and Sector 250. It bolts right on, weighs 6.2 lbs lighter than the OEM muffler assembly. It is rated for no more than 94db for trail and track regulations. It also sounds and works amazing. We have priced it out at $299.99, far below anyone else making a system for these units because we want to give those who have been waiting a while for them a price break.  It is also spark arrester approved.

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