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This Christmas im going to get an exhasut for my 250. I was looking at the FMF Factory 4, and the White Bros. Carbon Fiber pro. Then as i read some posts i discovered that the DR.D has great bottom to mid power and rideres who owned other pipes love there Dr.D....Now in this latest issue of Motocross Action mag..i saw a Dr.D SS Pipe in Carbon Fiber..does anyone know where i can find one of these?

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call the Thumper Talk store and see if they can track them down for ya. I have had Bryan Bosch on the hunt for some parts for me.

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You could just call Dubach Racing 951-808-1114. Their customer service is FANTASTIC, and I'm sure if anyone would know they would.

Dano

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I called them to ask the same question and they told me that they are working on them but they don't have a release date yet. They said it might be a while. They are also working on titanium systems.

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reaperaz recomended a dr d to me for my 05, I tried it and can tell you its worth every penny. power all the way through the powerband, revs clean and smooth, plus power wheelies!

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does the Dr.D have a good sound.Didn't know if the stepped pipe made it sound weird or not :cry:

The sound is great!! :cry: It's a bit louder then stock, has a nice clean/crisp sound. Nice and deep.

Dano

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:cry: Hey ReaperAZ, how do you like the DR.D exhaust? Do you have the carbon fiber one mentioned at the beginning of this post?

Love the exhaust, I have the stainless one. Not a big carbon fiber fan on exhaust cans. I have had more then one manufacturer on some of my street bikes that discolored and got very brittle.

Dano

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Can you just install the pipe or do you have to rejet too?? My bike's running so unbelievably good, I'm scared to touch anything.

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They(Dr.D), reccommend using stock jetting. Just bolt that bad boy on and go. Haven't had a single carburation issue yet.

Dano

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