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Old 08-17-2005, 09:46 AM
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Work safe, this exhaust system removal requires you to put your hands in tight places, make sure the engine, exhaust system and surrounding areas are cold before starting the removal process.
Make sure you secure the machine in such a way that it cannot be moved or started until you have completed your work.


*ALWAYS refer to your FACTORY SERVICE MANUAL for specifications, procedures, or for any other information not provided here.




POLARIS PREDATOR INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
Stock system removal:
*Remove the seat.
*Remove the right side plastic cover.
*Remove the muffler to frame bolts and remove the muffler.
*If you are installing our full system remove the cylinder to headpipe bolts and remove the stock headpipe.
NOTE: Inspect the cylinder to headpipe gaskets if they look crushed replace them with new ones from your Polaris dealer.
(SEE PIC #1)



INSTALLATION:
Slip On:
Install the supplied T-Bolt clamp onto the HMF muffler inlet as in the photo.
FULL SYSTEM: Mount the HMF Headpipe into the cylinder ports using the stock nuts (do not tighten.
(SEE pic # 2)




*Slide the HMF Muffler onto the stock headpipe (do not tighten)
FULL SYSTEM: or onto the HMF Headpipe.
(SEE pic # 3) (See pic # 3b)


* Mount the muffler using the new supplied hardware in this manner.
New bolt through new washer, through HMF Muffler mounting tab, through new supplied spacer, then thread into the stock muffler mount hole location.
Tighten in this order: Muffler mount to frame bolts then T-Bolt clamp, cylinder to headpipe nuts (if using a full HMF System.
*Check to see that the HMF Muffler outlet tip allen screws are tight.
*Start up and listen for exhaust leaks, correct if needed.
*Install side plastic cover.
*Install seat.

***IMPORTANT NOTE***
Make sure that before you tighten any bolts/clamps that the: (muffler, s-bend connector, s-bend and or headpipe) are clear from any plastic, frame parts, engine, oil/fuel lines,cables or any other part that could come in contact with a hot exhaust system.

**NOTE:Always check the hardware/clamps after your first ride and at every service interval***

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Cylinder to headpipe flange assembly.

The BIGGER end of the spigot goes into the exhaust port.
Slide the flange onto the spigot until it bottoms on the bulged area.
NOTE: make sure the spring hole in the flange matches where the spring tab will be on the headpipe.
Slide the new HMF headpipe onto the spigot and install the springs.
NOTE: do not tighten the cylinder to spigot nuts until the complete system is on.
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