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I believe so. The PC pipe will mate with a stock muffler so a stock pipe should mate with a PC muffler.

I think I used one to many mate's in there... I gotta go!

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Will work fine. Most pipes (if not all) pipes use the same flange on each bike, so parts can be interchanged. I've never had a pipe not fit another brand of pipe.

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Will work fine. Most pipes (if not all) pipes use the same flange on each bike, so parts can be interchanged. I've never had a pipe not fit another brand of pipe.
thanks,I can only afford the baffle right now so I want to get that if possible and the pipe later.

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Same here. I have the stock head pipe and 304 shorty on my 05 125. I prefer the stock head pipe over the pro circuit works.

Really ! why is that ?? I have read in the past that the stock 05 and up years pipe was not that bad .Have you actually used the Procurcit Pipe ?? I really would like your input .Thanks :bonk:

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Get the silencer. PC pipes arent that great. At least the ones ive tried.

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Get the silencer. PC pipes arent that great. At least the ones ive tried.
which one of the two ? the shorty or the factory sound .I think the factory is the longer one.

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i have the shorty on my 11 yz 250. i road the bike back to back and definitely like stock better since it has more torque without a doubt. The shorty looks cool and sounds cool but performance wise its not a plus. Although on my 2010 ktm 250 it made a big difference so it depends on the bike. just my experience. id spend 120 bucks on a reed valve since Ive found it works.

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i have the shorty on my 11 yz 250. i road the bike back to back and definitely like stock better since it has more torque without a doubt. The shorty looks cool and sounds cool but performance wise its not a plus. Although on my 2010 ktm 250 it made a big difference so it depends on the bike. just my experience. id spend 120 bucks on a reed valve since Ive found it works.
Thanks Mike,That's what I'm looking for.I don't really want to spend money that I don't have just to make sound and look nice,I really want to get a performance gain instead.:bonk:

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Really ! why is that ?? I have read in the past that the stock 05 and up years pipe was not that bad .Have you actually used the Procurcit Pipe ?? I really would like your input .Thanks :bonk:

When i bought the bike it had the full pro circuit setup. It does make more peak power but its not usable at my novice ability. The soil where i ride is mostly hardpacked so i prefer the low end torque curve with the oem header. The only situation where i prefer the pc works header is pristine motocross soil.

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When i bought the bike it had the full pro circuit setup. It does make more peak power but its not usable at my novice ability. The soil where i ride is mostly hardpacked so i prefer the low end torque curve with the oem header. The only situation where i prefer the pc works header is pristine motocross soil.
" got it " and that makes perfect sense to me .Thanks again

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It seems like each manufacturer would set up their expansion chambers to only mate with their brand silencers for $$$ but I sure am hell glad they didn't!!!

Heck, I have a pro circuit platinum pipe with a stock silencer on my 98 cr250

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