The obvious star of an exhaust kit is the exhaust itself. The exhaust system that fits onto an UTV may have the same purpose, but is designed with a different result in the end. It still has the ideal system that is perfect for any application because of the power gains it produces through entire power curves. A good exhaust system has countless hours of testing in all aspects of driving an UTV. It has tests performed on the dyno, pro-level drivers have tested it on the track, and it’s even been tested in the dunes. Dune testing is a really good way to ensure that the exhaust system produces the best performance possible. A lot of UTV exhaust systems have been expansions of ATV exhaust systems. Good exhaust systems are complete systems that where designed as a complete system instead of stock pipes, to avoid the limitations of using stock parts. The 2-into-1 systems are the best to use with an UTV because people usually want their UTV to be quieter than an ATV. That’s why a good exhaust system comes with a configurable spark arrestor.
A performance kit for UTVs is perfect for all applications due to the fact it encompasses all key bolt-on parts, which were designed to harmonize the builder’s performance needs. Like with all other types of kits, exhaust kits take all the mix-and-match guess work of building the performance kit desired. Normally exhausts kits come with a fuel controller, pre-loaded with a fuel map; the matching exhaust system; and an air filter kit. Using a pre-assembled kit also ensures that no internal engine modifications are needed. The bolt-on components make it a very easy install that can be done in a matter of hours.