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FMF RELEASES THE ALL NEW KTM TITANIUM 2.1 SILENCER


Bryan Bosch

With FMF and KTM continuing to push the limits with 2-Stroke Technology, FMF would like to introduce the ALL NEW Titanium 2.1 Silencer. Available now though you local KTM PowerParts dealer. The Titanium 2.1 is 1.5lbs lighter than the stock silencer, bigger in diameter allows for more packing and longer life of the silencer while keeping a nice crisp tone. Smooth power curve allows performance all the way throughout the RPM to combat today's tracks built for 4-strokes.

 


 

 

 

 


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