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SuperTrapp
New for 2007 SuperTrapps's Mudslinger ATV Exhaust

SuperTrapp's Mudslinger ATV ExhaustCLEVELAND, OHIO 28 December 2006 – SuperTrapp Industries (www.SuperTrapp.com) launches the Mud Slinger for ATV’s, which is one of many new products for 2007, (MSRP starting at $299) available at dealers nationwide.

The Mud Slinger is a rugged exhaust, with a polished stainless steel outer body and an aluminum end cap that not only looks cool, but will hold up to the abuse that aggressive ATV riders can dish out. The mechanical core offers a dramatic increase in torque and throttle response.

Equipped with a removable USFS Approved Spark Arrestor, the Mud Slinger has an aggressive tone, yet is 96db and forestry legal. It utilizes “Pillow Pack” packing for the ultimate in durability along with superior silencing and an optional deep water fording kit is also available.

All models of the Mud Slinger come complete with clear instructions and all hardware which eliminate guesswork by lending bolt on power right out of the box. Available for Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Arctic Cat and BRP models.

About SuperTrapp Industries
For more than 30 years, SuperTrapp Industries, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of comprehensive performance exhaust systems for a variety of motor vehicle applications, including motorcycles, ATV and automotive. In addition to their signature tunable disc diffuser exhaust systems, SuperTrapp manufactures the Kerker brand of exhaust systems. SuperTrapp Industries, Inc. (www.SuperTrapp.com) is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.

Website: http://www.supertrapp.com


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