Increase the sound and style of your 2020 Polaris RZR with quiet, loud and noise reducing mufflers Get the Titan-SS Series Big Core Full (Turbo-Back) Blackout Exhaust System for your 2020 RZR XP 1000, the Performance Series Dual Slip-On Blackout Exhaust System for your 2020 RZR XP Turbo and the Stealth Exhaust 2.0 with Heat Shield for your 2020 RZR-S 1000. We even supply custom Exhaust Covers and Intake Covers. You can choose your Exhaust System from a large variety of colors and styles to create a unique look for your badass machine. With accessories from the top brands in the aftermarket industry available, there’s no limit to the torque and horsepower gains and increased performance you’ll get from investing in your rig. Get exhaust systems for your side by side from Everything Polaris RZR.
Some riders like to rip it up like a Japanese rice burner Tokyo Drifting. Others prefer a nice quiet exhaust for leisurely strolls around the countryside and picnics with tea and crumpets. But if you’re a Polaris RZR owner, you’re probably into that deep throaty exhaust sound that indicates and illustrates superior power and performance. High-performance and optimal functionality notwithstanding, nothing turns more heads on the track than an RZR exhaust mod that’s blasting like a didgeridoo around the course. So whether you’re looking for RZR 800 exhausts, RZR 900s exhausts, or even RZR Turbo exhausts, if you browse through our selection of exhausts, it will leave you completely exhausted.
When it comes to aftermarket exhausts for the Polaris RZR, riders have a lot of options to choose from. There are stock-like exhausts and untamed exhausts. Some aftermarket exhaust manufacturers even make a “tamed” version of their exhausts that are more quiet than the untamed exhausts but still louder than the stock exhaust. Be it XP 1000 exhausts, 2015 RZR 900s exhausts, and exhausts for the Polaris RS1, we offer the best aftermarket exhausts for the Polaris RZR lineup.
This is nowhere more true than with our selection RZR Turbo exhausts. The Trinity exhaust with a Trinity ECU tuner will boost both sound output and performance. MBRP Exhaust, Evo, and Treal Performance all make powerful and durable exhausts for the RZR Turbo. MBRP claims that their RZR Turbo exhaust will boost your machine’s power by 3-5 hp with no tuner required. The Treal exhaust is louder than stock, but not excessively and annoyingly loud so that your neighbors file a noise complaint. The RZR Turbo Yoshimura Slip-On exhaust is another popular exhaust for the Polaris RZR Turbo. One reason is the ease of installation. Because it’s a slip-on exhaust, it is really easy to install. And because it was developed as a collaboration between BRP and Yoshimura, you know that it will be better looking and better sounding than a traditional stock muffler. Yes BRP are the Can-Am guys and yes this exhaust is technically made for the Can-Am Maverick, it is extremely light and works perfectly well with the Turbo RZR.
Finally, we can’t speak of Turbo RZR exhausts -- or any RZR exhaust for that matter -- without mentioning Agency Power, which makes an unquestionably awesome sounding RZR exhaust. Even at idle this exhaust sounds sweet. Throw on Agency Power’s RZR exhaust blow off valve and you’ve got a recipe for an epic sounding machine.