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Which pipe and Jets?

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search yoshand big gun.

You will find many many topics on the exhausts.

As for jetting, search jetting

you can also get a jetting kit from www.bajadesigns.com

Also, since you are a new member to this site, and from what you have said, I am going to asume you have done little to your bike so far. Before you go into things like jetting you may want to consider buying a shop manual. Actually I'd say this is the first thing you should buy. It's a very handy book to have, if not just for instructions but for Torq specs also :)

[ December 12, 2001: Message edited by: Gyro ]

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according to BD if you are at sea level a 48 pilot and 165 main jet with the stock pipe and a 170 main with aftermarket pipes....

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I run the FMF 4Q with the high flow header. It's a great combination. Strongly recommend it. You can check the FMF web site for jetting recommendation. They only suggest to change the main and re-position the needle.

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Alex, how loud is the FMF 4Q pipe? For me, the Yosh exhaust is too loud and I have been wondering how much quieter the FMF is. Was there much of a noticable increase in power?

James

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I wonder why no one talks about the supper trap. Muffler/sparkarester.

My friend has one on a xr600 and it has a nice powerful sound but is still muffeld.

I like the stock quite one myself.

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