Blue FMF 4.1 exhaust

So i got a new blue FMF factory 4.1 last weekend, it was definatly blue when i bought it. I rode it one time, washed the bike, and noticed it is no longer blue. Now its more of a.......lavender. Did anyone else have this prob or am i just special and now have the fruitiest looking exhaust at the track?

hahaha wow, thats not good. did you use a pressure washer or something?

So i got a new blue FMF factory 4.1 last weekend, it was definatly blue when i bought it. I rode it one time, washed the bike, and noticed it is no longer blue. Now its more of a.......lavender. Did anyone else have this prob or am i just special and now have the fruitiest looking exhaust at the track?

:p:ride:

This is common with blue anodizing and high temperatures. Just like when chrome blues on your neighbors open Harley pipes, the blue anodizing will change haze slightly.

This is why I would have popped for the orange/copper anodizing of the hardparts version of the FMF exhaust!

yeah it happens...my ti exhaust on my old 250f turned blue from a greyish colour

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