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Talking 08 KFX 450 with Jardine Full exhaust and Powercommander 3

Hi , i recently purchased a Jardine Full exhaust system for my kfx 450. Will i need to install a power commander 3 on it? If so , how much power will i get with this combo? Do any of you guys have the same pipe? How does it perform compared to stock???

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Several guys have that pipe, you would want to consider a power commander if you have an aftermarket intake system. Gains would be noticible for sure.

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You'll notice gains. I ran one for a year and liked it. You don't need a PCIII until you replace your stock intake with an FCI or Fuel ATV set-up. The stock intake is too restrictive and is the real flow limitation on this quad. Once you get an intake, which is the best horsepower mod on this quad, you MUST run a programmer.

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Thanks!!! I was wondering if i had too or not as i wanted to buy everything i need before spring.
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Yep, I have been running Jardine a while now.
Still like it.

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