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I took the stock exhaust off 36F6524F-1956-4AA1-8B37-603F6CFE4662_zpsyfqrs1c6.jpg

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And installed

Dr. D's!! Talk about waking up!!

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Nice!!

 

 

 

 

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I think the PO jetted it, I put the stock exhaust back on to see how it sounded and performance, it was quiet but was not very responsive like a crf250x should be. So I threw the durabach exhaust back one. It rides much better like that so I assume he worked the jetting out

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And is the air box cut? My 2008 is stock standard (apart for heavier springs) and a part of me loves it for that fact. For tight trails it goes ok, but at times I wonder about a few mods?.

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Air box does not appear to be cut. I wonder if I can get better performance if I do? Bike is quick and snappy but if I really jam the throttle full on from a putt I can get a tad bit of hesitation before she pops off. Not quite sure what that is but I can assure you it's worse with the stock exhaust. Thus I feel like THE PO tuned it in for this pipe

 

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