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  1. I am having trouble getting the original inserts out of my Yoshimura RS-9's. Has anyone put the sparky's in these and had success? I bought the spark arrestors from Yoshimura, but for some reason cannot get the original inserts out to put in the spark arrested inserts. When I remove the bolt and nut, the insert doesn't budge at all. These pipes have fragile carbon end caps and I do not want to damage them by using force to try and pry them out. Here is the back of the pipes for reference. Thanks in advance Chase
  2. I just introduced my 10 year old son to the world of ICE motorcycles with a 2017 SSR 125cc pit bike after his brief training period on a Razor MX650 in our yard etc. I would like to take him on trail rides etc but our forests get drier than a popcorn fart in the summer. If you even think about riding anything with an internal combustion engine and no spark arrestor out there you'll be strung up on the nearest tree! #1Is there an aftermarket muffler that fits the existing pipe with an approved spark arrestor? #2Are there any bark buster sets that work on the stock bars? #3 I see there are versions of this bike with the bigger wheels (17F/14R?), can these swap straight on the existing forks and swingarm? Down the road when he grows another foot and a half taller (probably within about 6 months) it might help the bike continue to fit him? #4 I ride in the local sand dunes regularly and hope he can join me. Is there a flag mount that works good on these pit bikes or do I need to fab my own?
  3. I need a spark arrestor to do a few events. Pro Moto Billet, or EE make add on end caps for my stock 150 XC-W can. They range from $75-150. FMF Turbinecore 2.1 for my bike has a built in spark arrestor, and goes for ~$200-220. Outside of the obvious $70-100 price difference.....why would you get one setup--vs--the other. In my head, it seems like getting the FMF would be the smarter play and an upgrade?? Chime in please! The FMF website is really lacking in technical info about the Turbinecore technology
  4. I am the proud owner of a new 2018 YZ250X. (Thank you to those who helped me affirm my choice on this thread: went in to get YZ250FX, left with YZ250X) In all of my research, one thing was clear: there are a few strongly recommended modifications. I figured now -- while the bike is new, the weather is bad, and my motivation is high -- is the time to ask this question: what mods should I do right away? Here are the categories that seem to be most prevalent... Carburetor Jetting? I live in Atlanta and will be riding primarily at around 700-1,000 feet above sea level. Any suggestions? (I've worked on 2-strokes before, but not for years, so a bit more explanation than some of the jetting shorthand in posts I've seen would be much appreciated!) Hand Guards? I don't suspect to be doing much bashing through trees, but it's hard to even find a picture of a YZ250X without hand guards. Any suggestions for versions that do not require moving levers and switches? And since they are just a metal bar and a piece of plastic, any reason not to go the eBay route like these? Skid Plate? Again, not planning to bash on rocks any time soon, but maybe this is an easier addition on a new, clean bike? (and helps protect for resale?) Spark Arrestor? My sons and I (they are on TTRs) will be mostly riding Durhamtown and Highland Park to start, but maybe eventually we venture further. Will I likely need one? I ask because maybe this should be done at the same time as (if) rejetting the carburetor so that doesn't have to be done twice? (presuming done at all, this post says not near sea level) Anything else? Thank you for any suggestions, especially any specific recommendations on any of the above or anything I missed.
  5. If you’re looking for an economical, yet high-quality modular spark arrestor for your round core 2 and 4-stroke muffler, take a look at the solution from Fisch Moto. It’s offered in 5 sizes to fit a wide-range of mufflers and comes complete with everything needed for installation, including the correct Allen wrench. No drilling out rivets to install an expensive new spark arrested end-cap, Fisch Moto spark arrestors slide right into your existing end-cap. Making your bike spark arrested just got easier & more affordable. Manufactured in Canada, Fisch Moto precision machines the spark arrestor body from corrosion resistant 304 stainless steel and it’s held securely in place with 3 stainless steel set screws. Using the included Allen wrench, the Fisch Moto spark arrestor can be installed or removed in a matter of a few minutes. Spark Arrestor Kit Sizes Kit 20 (20.0mm-25.4mm / 0.800”-1.000”) Kit 25 (25.5mm-29.4mm / 1.004”-1.157”) Kit 30 (29.5mm-35.4mm / 1.161”-1.394”) Kit 35 (35.5mm-40.4mm / 1.398”-1.591”) Kit 40 (40.5mm-45.7mm / 1.596”-1.800”) 2 or 4 stroke, if your muffler core is round, chances are Fisch Moto has you covered. From the Horse's Mouth “There really was no middle ground option on the market for spark arrestors. You could change your full exhaust for one with a sparky in it, or you could dismantle your existing setup and put in something cheap. We just wanted to take our bikes out and ride and there was nothing available that made it quick and easy. We couldn't find a solution so we made one. Inexpensive, and quick to install. No need to set aside an afternoon to clean it out, you can do that in minutes before loading up.” Henry Pankratz, Co-owner Fisch Moto Fisch Moto modular spark arrestors are intelligently designed and built to last. For more information, including an installation video and to purchase yours, checkout the Fisch Moto website. ThumperTalk Deal: The first 10 to order get 15% off with coupon code TTtop10
  6. I have a 2012 YZ250 with FMF Fatty and Shorty combo right now but I’m not National Forest friendly here in NC. I mainly want to hear from those that have direct experience or knowledge with the FMF Fatty and PC 296 spark arrestor and how it plugs and plays. But also any arguments against it and recommendations are also welcomed! #yz250
  7. Anyone know which spark arrestor insert I need for this pipe?
  8. I have a pro circuit after market silencer that i think needs repacked (pics below) however i decided to take out the spark arrestor to see if it might be restrictive with airflow as it may be blocked and (the pictures don't do it justice) it seems that it is getting blocked in some places by debris from over the years of use. whats my plan of attack here? Do i hack off the spark arrestor and just reattach the muffler end? Can i take apart the spark arrestor? Can you buy another spark arrestor to replace this one ( if i even need to?) Sorry if in the wrong forum, wish we had a generic exhaust forum... thanks in advance! 1. Silencer 2. Exhaust of silencer 3. Intake of silencer 4. Old silencer packing 5. Silencer "tube?" (Entire interior- nasty) 6. Info 7. And 8. Old packing from main portion of silencer. ***Does this packing look very old to you? Wasn't gooped up too much in my opinion.
  9. I've tried searching and didn't seem to come up with any answers. I'm wondering if a Pro Circuit silencer will mate to a FMF Fatty head pipe? I'm considering the Pro Circuit Nature Friendly silencer. Like everyone I'm on a budget. Problem is I have a 93 Rm250 and I need a spark arrestor. I have a Gold series head pipe and Power Core silencer and they don't seem to make spark arrestor kit for this. I didnt come up with any results when I searched for an FMF silencer that would work on their website. What are others doing for Spark Arrestors? I had a KX 250 in the past with the opposite setup where I ran a Pro Circuit head pipe and a FMF silencer. Thanks in advance
  10. Hi, I just bought a 2005 ktm 200 Exc and I've been told to remove the spark arrestor in the exhaust, how would I go about doing this? Im from South Africa and don't really have any restrictions on this type of thing I've made the decision to remove it so please don't tell me I shouldn't for whatever reason. I just can't find any information on how to remove it. Exhaust is the k-300
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