Vance & Hines has announced a lineup of exhaust systems for the most popular side-by-side (SxS) UTV offerings on the market. The UTV market in the U.S. was estimated at over $7 billion in 2020 with a projected CAGR of 6% through 2027.
The company debuted its Mojave Eliminator Series this past weekend at the Sand Sports Super Show in Orange County, California.
“Style, sound and performance are the three pillars of our brand,” said Vance & Hines President Mike Kennedy. “We knew we wanted to enter the side-by-side market with a bold statement about Vance & Hines. Not just great performance, not just great sound, but also a style that totally transforms the rear of the vehicle. I think our team nailed it, and I can’t wait to show it to customers this weekend.”
Every aspect of the new line of exhaust systems has been tailored to meet the rigorous demands of off-roading, from heavy-duty bracketry to an automotive-grade, all-mechanical muffler design that is maintenance-free. Each of the systems produces power gains along with a deeper and more satisfying growl while still meeting SAE J1287 sound standards and complying with EPA emissions criteria. All the units are equipped with U.S. Forest Service-compliant spark arrestors.
Vance & Hines has been creating race-winning systems for the Yamaha Powersports1.com racing team since 2020, with drivers Rod and Owen VanEperen earning four SxS championships over the past three seasons. Those learnings from the track have enabled the company to develop the Mojave Eliminator Series, testing and refining the new systems at the Vance & Hines Off-Road Proving Grounds in the Mojave Desert.
All of the systems are visually striking and change the look of the rear of the unit with a laser-cut rear guard featuring the Vance & Hines logo. The 4-inch, dual-tip, center exits with CNC-machined billet end caps reaffirm to riders left in the dust that this system delivers the sound, performance and style that Vance & Hines is known for.
The initial launch of the series includes three part numbers which fit Honda, Polaris and Can-Am units dating from 2017 to today. (See below for specific fitments). Vance & Hines will begin shipment of its Mojave Eliminator Series units later in October.
Product Fitment and Pricing
Vance & Hines part number 14531 mounts to the factory header on Honda Talon units from 2019 to 2022. Retail price is $1,399.99.
The 2022 Polaris RZR Turbo R and 2020 to 2022 Polaris RZR Pro XP models use Vance & Hines part number 11015, which mounts to the factory down pipe. Retail price is $1,399.99.
The Can-Am Maverick X3 from 2017 to 2022 uses Vance & Hines part number 11017, which mounts to the factory down pipe. Retail price is $1,249.99.
Race Only parts for the Yamaha YXZ1000R are available through the Vance & Hines Racing Development Center in Brownsburg, Indiana. There are two configurations to choose from for the Yamaha, including a full system under part number 15210 with a retail price of $1,499.99 and a slip-on ideal for vehicles running a turbocharger under part number 15213 with a retail price of $699.99.