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FMF Racing Launches KTM Factory Edition Team Exhaust

Bryan Bosch

With over 40 years of building the most dominant performing exhaust systems, FMF Racing introduces the new KTM Factory Edition 4.1 Team Series exhaust. Built 100% In-House in our Southern California State-Of-The-Art manufacturing facility using proprietary blends of alloy metals and Patented championship winning parts such as the Megabomb header (Patent #7510050) the 2015 systems are performance driven with the classic FMF style. Built exclusively in conjunction with the Factory Troy Lee Designs and BTO KTM teams, this race inspired system is in stock and available directly through KTM PowerParts dealers.

  • 2.6 LBS lighter than stock
  • Huge Power Gains throughout the RPM Range
  • RCT (Resonance Chamber Technology
  • New RTS (Rapid Tuning System)
  • FIM/AMA Sound and Spark Arrestor Included
  • FMF Wash Plug Included
  • MADE 100% in the USA :usa:
  • Used and developed by athletes: Andrew Short, Justin Brayton, Jessy Nelson, Shane Mcelrath,and Darryn Durham.




About FMF Racing

Established in 1973, FMF Racing is one of the most dominant and influential brands in the world of Off- Road Motocross Racing. Founded by Don Emler in his Hawthorne, CA garage, the brand’s steadfast dedication to supporting the sport, along with its athletes and partners, has earned the respect and loyalty of industry consumers and insiders. From cutting-edge design to efficient manufacturing, sourcing, marketing, operations and distribution, FMF strives to elevate performance in every facet of the business. FMF Racing’s iconic red-and-yellow logo is still fueling the growth and passion for the sport of motocross more than 40 years later. The family-owned and operated company also features top level world-class race teams that continue to dominate the podium at events around the globe. For more information, please visit your local KTM Dealer.

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