You will likely be very happy with the Gibson single. Turbo sings nicely w/ cat delete and the car has instant badass points when started. Full throttle is even better.There's a video of one driving around on Facebook in the Maverick group. I don't know, it sounds pretty stock to me actually. I am anxious to get my single Gibson installed. I cut my cat off today and welded a straight pipe in and dropped both off to get ceramic coated tungsten gray. Can't wait to get it them back and install them!
LOL check out their prices. And I want a SINGLE exhaust that exits in the STOCK location.check out the trinity.
https://www.vividracing.com/catalog/2017-Can-Am-Maverick-X3-gibson-performance-stainless-slipon-single-muffler-exhaust-canam-maverick-2017-p-151799692.htmlWho has the Gibson single for the best price? Sorry for the off topic post.
Sound clips/vids?I installed the Looney Tuned exhaust today. Nice looking and fairly straight forward to install. I checked the sound level before and after with my Checkmate CM-140. Pretty accurate meter and has served me well in places that have noise limits.
Stock Peak 85 dBA at 10' 4' off the surface. Straight behind the center of the car.
LT installed 93.6 dBA with the same testing configuration.
I still have the stock cat in place so that helps a lot with the sound level.
It sounds really good for basically a 4" can hanging off of the cat. I am working on getting my camera setup somewhere to record it.
The results from my butt dyno place the performance somewhere between a Prius and a Top Fuel dragster. I will say that the clutch is reacting differently on pavement now. I can definitely feel the clutch shift out a lot harder when I mash it at 25mph to 70mph not in a bad way just different. It does seem quicker but I have no actual proof of that. I purchased the quietcore with it and may give that a whirl when I have some free time.
A word of warning about the exhaust. If you are the kind of person that needs detailed instructions to complete any task this might be a struggle for you to complete on your own. Fortunately they have pictures of what it is supposed to look like and that is really all I need. If anyone from LT is reading this it is way easier to install the heat shields before you install the pipe.
I am really not sure what the stock muffler weighs but the but the LT is 13lbs shipping weight and it is significantly lighter than the stock muffler.