The goal of this project was to remove heat from the turbo through heat soak. The largest issue that we had was not to make the Polaris RZR Turbo S any louder than it already was. Most aftermarket exhausts will allow for a free flowing exhaust that can get very loud. That might be nice short term, but on a long day riding the extra noise is not so cool.
Our research took us to HMF who makes a lot of different systems for the Polaris models. They make mild to wild in sound and in colors. You can buy just about anything from stainless steel to lime green for looks. The same is applicable when it comes to sound. They have the Titan QS quiet series up to the Titan SS Big Core series and a few in-between.
Check out the options on HMF’s Website.
Our choice was the Titan QS series in a Stainless Steel finish for a little flash, but the goal was less sound and a cooler exhaust without that pesky cat in there creating heat that soaks back to the turbo. There is no doubt that the quality in this system lives up to the HMF brand. Opening the box was an experience and the beauty of this system is beyond all others we have seen. Installation was simple and straight forward. The sound is just slightly deeper, but when on the throttle, it is quiet. It is quieter than the stock exhaust!
This exhaust will allow for other mods if wanted, but it does not need a tune to keep the air-fuel mixture in line. This can be a simple bolt on to reduce noise or to get more looks with less heat. The exhaust delivers in so many different ways.