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High Flow Y-Pipe // 2007-2017 Arctic Cat 800 Models

SKU: AC800Y-4
APPLICATIONS: Arctic Cat 800 H.O. Models
HP GAIN: 4 HP
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$209.95

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Our high flow y-pipes flat-out work! We dyno test our y-pipes and then follow-up test them in the real world to ensure that you have the most consistent and reliable horsepower available.

Fits all 2007-2017 Arctic Cat F8, M8, HCR 800, Crossfire 8, CFR 800 and ZR / XF / M 8000 models.

High Temp Black Painted- AC800Y-4

Bright Silver Ceramic Coated- AC800Y-4-CC (add $40.00)

A Dynojet Power Commander V fuel controller is required for all 2010-2017 models with the 800 H.O. engine - we have baseline fuel map setups available for download under our Power Commander fuel maps page.

No fuel adjustments are required for the 2007-2009 non-HO models.

You must use premium (91+ octane) fuel on all years and models with this y-pipe.

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