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Some riders upgrade their Can-am Maverick exhausts for the looks, and Empire Industries’ UTV exhaust pipes look pretty darn gnarly. Other side-by-side owners get aftermarket exhausts to change the sound of their side-by-side. Be it something in a litter deeper tone like the HMF exhaust or a silencer slip-on exhaust muffler tip for when you’re sneaking in the power lines or riding somewhere you’re not supposed to, here at Everything Can-Am Offroad our selection of aftermarket Can-am Maverick exhausts systems and exhaust components offers something for riders of all walks of life. The UTV firm Big Gun makes a well-price Can-am Maverick exhaust that is deeper sounding than the factory exhaust, yet not over the top. And because it is just a slip-on exhaust, you don’t need to have a programmer or reflash the machine’s UTV. And while you can still flash your UTV’s ECU to delete the factory throttle delays and governors, it is not absolutely necessary like it is for full-system exhausts like those by RJWC — which are quite a bit louder than stock. A good middle ground in terms of both noise and power gains is the Empire exhaust. It’s very easy to install and has a good deep rumble to it — while at the same time being not too loud at idle. It has a great tone at higher RPM and, unlike the RJWC exhaust system, is relatively inexpensive. The only problem we’ve seen with Empire exhausts — and even RJWC exhausts — are screws rusting out and the exhaust becoming loose. This, however, is easily fixed using either blue Locktite — as opposed to the red Locktite which loosens up with heat — or lock washers.
Yoshimura is another exhaust system for the Can-am Maverick that many UTV owners like. It is arguably better processed than many other aftermarket side-by-side exhausts with workmanship that is top tier at worst. It is made from stainless and aluminum, but as we all know, it’s not exclusively about the material, but rather, it’s more about the strength and bending abilities of the tubes. However, the Yoshimura exhaust is a bit too noisy for many riders who are looking for something quieter. Many of the quieter UTV exhausts, though, require repacking every 50 hours or so, which is a little inconvenient for some riders. Regardless of if you want dual exhausts on your Can-am Maverick, a slip-on exhaust, or a full header, here at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the best Can-am Maverick exhausts, mufflers, and exhaust systems that money can buy!