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    Installing The Silent Rider muffler (aka "Benz")

    I got my Silent Rider muffler installed.
    It was pretty straight forward.
    For those who may not know about this "system", it is a secondary muffler that bolts on to the stock muffler to reduce noise.
    I plan to use my BR for hunting and wanted the most sound reduction I could get. (Not that I think the BR is too noisy)

    My kit (BT-39A) came with:
    3 allen head bolts
    A bolt-on muffler attachment
    Extension pipe
    Muffler assembly

    The exhaust pipe is a slip fit and requires no clamps.
    I did lube up the fittings with some anti-seize compound to assist in assembly and positioning.

    Be sure you save and re-use the exhaust gasket when you remove the stock tail-pipe assembly (outlet of the exhaust tip).
    The exhaust hangers were a bit of a tight fit.
    I got the left side on first and used the bottom bolt hole.
    Then I was able to get the right side on and used the bottom bolt hole for that mount.
    I made sure everything was tight and fired it up...and it did seem quieter.





    2005 Honda Pilot EX-L (pulling)
    2012 Olive Green Big Red

    Kenda Executioner 26 x 12 x 12
    BenzSilentRiderMuffler
    HondaHard Top
    HondaAux Lights
    HondaWinch kit
    TTO Hourmeter
    Rigid Industries SRM -rear lighting (USA company)
    6 x 10 utility trailer

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    Re: Installing The Silent Rider muffler (aka "Benz")

    You dont sound real sure if it is quieter or not. I use my BR for hunting also. Do you think it is worth it or not? Where did you get your system and how much do they cost?

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    Re: Installing The Silent Rider muffler (aka "Benz")

    I also have a benz on my BR. It is quieter at low rpm's but it's not silent by any means, at the end of the day it is definately easier on the ears. Next to a rhino with a slip on, it is noticeably quieter. Does it merit the 200 i spent, maybe not, I'm not sure. But I know i like it and I don't want to return it now that i have it. I ordered mine off the benz website. <b>Benz Silent Rider Exhaust Silencer</b>

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    Re: Installing The Silent Rider muffler (aka "Benz")

    Hi Claybank01, I agree with JacobAD. It is quieter and easier on the ears. I got mine through my local Honda Dealer for around $200. I like mine and plan on keeping it. It looks well built and I am hoping it holds up for a long time.
    2005 Honda Pilot EX-L (pulling)
    2012 Olive Green Big Red

    Kenda Executioner 26 x 12 x 12
    BenzSilentRiderMuffler
    HondaHard Top
    HondaAux Lights
    HondaWinch kit
    TTO Hourmeter
    Rigid Industries SRM -rear lighting (USA company)
    6 x 10 utility trailer

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