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Parts – 17″ Standard Packing Kit

$21.95 USD

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Packing is one of the most important elements of your Big Gun exhaust. Since all Big Gun mufflers are packing-style mufflers that contain packing material within them, they eventually require maintenance. Once you get some time on your exhaust, it is never a bad idea to periodically check to see how much packing is left. Ensuring you have as full a muffler as possible will prolong the life of your exhaust.
  • 17″ (inch) packing pillow for easier installation
  • High-temp loose-fill packing material condensed into an outer casing (resembling a pillow)
  • Rated at approximately 15-20 hours of ride time
    • Note: This is an average and actual packing life can vary by model, usage, tuning, etc.
  • Maintains noise levels while keeping the power gains from your exhaust at their peak
  • Keeps overall heat of the muffler down
  • Can be used with most current and older style Big Gun Exhaust systems*
Notes:
  1. Check the length of your muffler to determine the correct length needed.
  2. *For EXO mufflers, see the EXO-specific packing kit.
** USE LOCTITE ON ALL SCREWS WHEN INSTALLING & PERIODICALLY CHECK TO ENSURE THEY ARE TIGHT **
Big Gun Part #

40-PK02

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