Are you an avid ATV rider, and you wouldn’t mind quieting the sound of your ATV? Well, you can reduce the noise your ATV makes by up to 60% without reducing performance with an ATV silencer.
For hunters, a quieter ATV means possibly scaring less animals and possibly getting from point A to point B undetected. Search and rescue workers could benefit with a quieter ATV in that they would be able to hear noises, that could be important to their search efforts, better from others. For recreational use, a quieter ATV could mean a private landowner may be more apt to allow you to ride on their property, and less noise is less disruptive to others–especially if you’re in a campground.
Below is a commercial for the Benz Silent Rider ATV Silencer, one of several brands of ATV silencers. There are even sites and videos with instructions online for making your own homemade ATV silencers.
Do you think YOU could benefit from purchasing one of these for your 4-wheeler or side-by-side?
(Cover photo: sxsnews.com)
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