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maybe this will help,

I have been looking around for some time and soliciting advice from other 225 owners on different exhaust mods they have done,

So, after much thought I decided to go with a little inhome /BBR setup..

I will post the following links to pics that outline the process i used in case anyone else wants to give it a shot,,,

First I removed the screw from the bottom of the exhaust end cap/spark arrester..http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-433S.jpg

I then used a rubber mallet to TAP the end cap loose, http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-434S.jpg

I then stuffed a shop rag down into the exhaust about 3 inches, to catch/trap any debris from the cutting i was about to do with my dremmel. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-437S.jpg

I then took the diamond cutting disk for my dremmel and started to cut the extension off of the stock exhaust from the inside.....http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-438S.jpg

ensure that you cut the extension as close to flush as possible, or grind the excess off...http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-439S.jpg

I used the BBR replacement end cap for the TTR 125 exhaust, along with their spark arrester,,,, total price about $45.00..

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-441S.jpg

The BBR exhaust tip fits perfectly onto/into the recess of the stock 225 exhaust, ( i used my son's exhaust tip to get all the measurements before i spent the cash on the new tip)

to ensure a good seal, I took some cut to fit gasket that i got from the local auto parts store for about $4.00.... I cut to fit the back side of the exhaust tip and replaced the BBR hex head screws with some self tapping metal screws from a local hardware store...$2.00

Total time was about 2 Hrs, I made sure I pre-drilled the holes for the metal screws to ensure that they did not separate the flat face from the interior of the pipe...http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v...st/MVC-442S.jpg

hope this helps, and it definitely saved a few bucks over an aftermarket exhaust,, and is a nice compliment to the airbox mod and jetting changes...

Chem

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Dont be a dumass, doing that will only make things worse. Stay with the stocker. Doing things like that is what gets riding areas shut down.

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Yea just go make it loud just make up dirt bikers look like idiots. WHO CARES IF ITS LOUD ALL IT DOES IS P!§§ PEOPLE OFF!

Might want to try the spell check out!

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We just lost a riding area by my house. Was a cool place and nobody bothered us-- until the loud pipes came out-- now we lost a decent place to rget a quick spin in-- yeah-- crank it up-- we need to loose more riding areas :)

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