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CRF230F FMF exhaust..

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Hey guys, new here from CT.

Just bought a CRF230F with a FMF pipe on it. I am going to take it off because it is very loud. (I usually don't mind, but I will be riding in a location which is close to houses and don't want to piss anyone off too bad). I am going to put the stock exhaust back on and was wondering what would be a good price to list the FMF for?

Thanks

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Another option is to check with FMF or a parts supplier to see if they have an insert for the muffler to make it more quiet. The FMF is probably a couple of lbs lighter than the stock pipe.

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Another option is to check with FMF or a parts supplier to see if they have an insert for the muffler to make it more quiet. The FMF is probably a couple of lbs lighter than the stock pipe.

Never even thought of that. Although, this bike is sort of a budget bike for me.. so the less I spend on it the better.. and if I can make some money towards things it needs (new front/rear bearing, kick stand spring, probably new top end) the better!

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Never even thought of that. Although, this bike is sort of a budget bike for me.. so the less I spend on it the better.. and if I can make some money towards things it needs (new front/rear bearing, kick stand spring, probably new top end) the better!

I have no idea what it's worth either... but if/when you come up with a price, let me know. I may be interested. Thanks. :thumbsup:

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Yeah, I have a new FMF Q4 I need to sell also. I have 3 minutes time on the pipe. I just couldn't use it with the header I now have on the bike. It is very quiet. Quieter than a Leo Vince and stock pipe with the diffuser removed. Works fine with stock header.

Dwight

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I'll trade you my stock pipe and header for your FMF set up.

Sorry, no need for it. I was given the stock pipe along with the FMF when I bought the bike.

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