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From stock to aftermarket exhaust, does it really add any performance?(not the pipe) or does it just increase flow and quiet it down a bit?

What im concerned about is i have the stock 2003 exhaust on my bike, and would it more beneficial to get carb/engine work or an exhaust like an fmf stealth for the $200

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so if they shift power around also that would possibly make my pipe hit sooner or farther?

so you guys would say to get a new silencer/exhaust whatever its called and it would add some performance well worth the $200?

what would u guys recommend as a cheap good better than stock exhaust?

and just a fyi im talking about whatever this part is, Not the pipe..

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Have you ever repacked it?

have you messed with the jetting?

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so if they shift power around also that would possibly make my pipe hit sooner or farther?

so you guys would say to get a new silencer/exhaust whatever its called and it would add some performance well worth the $200?

what would u guys recommend as a cheap good better than stock exhaust?

and just a fyi im talking about whatever this part is, Not the pipe..

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Thats the silencer :lol:

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Have you ever repacked it?

have you messed with the jetting?

i am a kid, and got this bike in july for vurry cheap, the bike runs very good i have no complaints, its jetted accordingly to the conditions, and i have never taken off my exhaust/silencer whatever it is, or repacked it. I just got a comment that i should get an new exhaust, and i wasnt sure if it even makes a difference.....

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Thats the silencer :lol:

and basically the silencer doesnt do anything performance wise but just quieting it down? my stock 300 is quieter than a buddies kx250 with a pro circuit on it or somethin..

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Thats the muffler, or silencer. I don't think you would gain anything by going with an aftermarket spark arrestor muffler other than maybe losing a little bit of weight.

But if you replaced it with a straight through muffler, one that isnt a spark arrestor, then you would gain some power but then you couldn't ride it legally in the woods.

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If you are a kid I'd suggest you spend your $ on more riding time.

That said, I guarantee that what you have there is a restrictive muffler and there is some hp improvement to be had by replacing that thing w/ the downside being more noise and your now lighter wallet.

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Have you played with the power valve springs?

doing that will change where the bike makes power.

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If you are a kid I'd suggest you spend your $ on more riding time.

That said, I guarantee that what you have there is a restrictive muffler and there is some hp improvement to be had by replacing that thing w/ the downside being more noise and your now lighter wallet.

oh ok, i have two jobs, just gettin money right now, and was thinking about doing a few small things to the bike to get it goin a bit better, but with say 200$ what would be the best thing to improve, new silencer, new tire(like $70), maybe a steering stabilizer, and some carb work maybe to get some more top end? im leaning toward, tire, carb, silencer, then stabilizer

and if i do end up getting a new silencer what would u all recommend to get

as for power valves, i have never taken off my pipe and or checked the power valve springs from red, yellow, green etc but i am pretty happy with where my pipe hits and the tires spin, i have shorter geared mx bike and the pipe hits probably 1/2 to 3/4th trough the gear, and its fine for my riding style.

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Rear tire and a new muffler would be my choice, butt that's me.

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help me out for a good cheap exhaust, and is the trials tire worth tryin out if i ride trails, hills, forests, and sometimes sandy areas? or would reg knobby be best

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You will be hard pressed to get a better pipe and silencer than KTMs come with stock. The silencer you have is very good at quieting the bike without loosing power, just repack it. If it is a stock pipe it is a good all around pipe for power but it is thin. The PC 2 platnum pipe works good on a 300, The FMF Fatty is a good choice also. CJ

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You will be hard pressed to get a better pipe and silencer than KTMs come with stock. The silencer you have is very good at quieting the bike without loosing power, just repack it. If it is a stock pipe it is a good all around pipe for power but it is thin. The PC 2 platnum pipe works good on a 300, The FMF Fatty is a good choice also. CJ

yea i do have a fatty pipe, just with stock silencer..

ill look into repacking and might get something like a fmf turinecore2

BTW what does the packing do? just quiet it down? if i wanted to could i take the packing out and be good? or is it a part you really need

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It creates enough back pressure for your bike to run good, never ever remove it. Your bike will run like crap.

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It creates enough back pressure for your bike to run good, never ever remove it. Your bike will run like crap.

ok perfect, well my stock one is all rivets, so i am not going to mess with it, but how can i clean spooge out of my pipe and silencer?

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Should be bolts in it. Most likely hex head/allen wrench towards the side closest to the motor.

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