How do I silence my 4 wheeler exhaust?

Here are 10 suggestions on how to quiet ATV exhaust noise.

  1. Install Quiet Aftermarket ATV Exhaust Muffler Silencer.
  2. Use DB Killer Noise Eliminator.
  3. Buy a Turndown for the Muffler.
  4. Install A Spark Arrestor.
  5. Repack Your ATV Silencer.
  6. Pack The Muffler with Insulation.
  7. Install Quiet Core Insert for Exhaust.
  8. Use the Right Gas.

How do you make an ATV Super Quiet?

How to Quiet ATV Exhaust Noise – Your 12 Best Options

  1. Install an aftermarket muffler silencer.
  2. Install a spark arrestor.
  3. Repack your existing silencer.
  4. Packing the muffler with steel wool or fiberglass insulation.
  5. Build a DIY extra muffler.
  6. Fix any exhaust leaks.
  7. Replace a damaged or rusted-out stock muffler.

Do ATV silencers work?

Exhaust Silencers The end result is a significant reduction in noise — especially the snapping and popping that is a signature of larger, more powerful ATV and side-by-side engines. Today’s four-stroke gas engines are good candidates for silencers, which do a good job making them stealthier.

Can you silence a muffler?

If you’re on a budget and can’t afford a new muffler, you’d better stick with a DIY quiet muffler. You will need a sound deadening material to dampen the exhaust noise as it travels through the exhaust system. Some of the popular sound-deadening materials include steel scrubs, metal wool, and fiber glass.

Why are ATVs so loud?

ATVs are so loud because their engines rev at very high RPMs, they have shortened exhaust systems, have poorly insulated or non existent engine compartments, and are generally ridden very fast wherever they go.

What is the quietest ATV?

The quietest ATV is the Suzuki KingQuad 750AXI. This impressive quad can even go below 90 decibels during normal operations. While it’s not loud, it still has enough power to rival many other ATVs in the market and is capable of handling any terrain you throw at it.

What are some quiet mufflers?

A-List of the Quietest Performance Mufflers

  1. MBRP M2220A Aluminized Muffler. Check Latest Price.
  2. Vibrant 1141 Ultra-Quiet Resonator. Check Latest Price.
  3. Vibrant 1142 -3inch Resonator. Check Latest Price.
  4. Walker 21357 Muffler. Check Latest Price.
  5. MBRP M1004 Universal Muffler.
  6. Walker 17886 Economy Muffler.
  7. Borla 4084S Muffler.

Can ATVs be quiet?

Most ATVs around 500cc and lower are usually quiet. If you want quiet, opt for an electric engine. Twin-cylinder models tend to be much louder. Installing an aftermarket exhaust increases your ATV’s noise level.

What PSI should four wheeler tires be?

between four and eight pounds per square inch
Typical tire pressure for ATV tires is between four and eight pounds per square inch (PSI). Larger off-road vehicles and UTVs range between 12 and 18 pounds per square inch. Check your owner’s manual to get the precise requirement.

Is there a way to make an ATV exhaust silent?

Many ATV riders prefer the vehicle to make less noise, especially when using it during hunting or going through quiet neighborhoods. Making a silent exhaust is beneficial for ATV rides. Use an exhaust add-on. This is an additional muffler that attaches to the ATV muffler.

Is there a Silent Rider exhaust silencer for UTV?

The Silent Rider®’s patented technology is custom designed to each ATV/UTV make and model. We are the only custom silencer on the market and 100% made in America. You can expect up to a 60% reduction on exhaust noise, with no loss in power and performance.

What can I put in my muffler to quiet the exhaust?

Inside some mufflers, you will find a fiberglass sound dampening material that helps to quiet the exhaust sound. I’ve seen this more often on aftermarket systems, but some stock system uses this technology as well. Over time, this fiberglass material gets dirty, burns out and looses its dampening effect.

How does Silent Rider work on an ATV?

With The Silent Rider® installed, you can ride closer and walk less. The low rumble that our muffler system changes your exhaust sound to travels a much shorter distance away from your ATV/UTV.