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Found 1,329 results

  1. TheSuperMotoTard

    Exhaust Choices

    Okay , here's what I want to know. A lot of people use the MRD Z-pro. But what I want to know is how loud it is on your ears. I know it is above 100db. And I don't always do legal things on my bike. So are there other good exhaust that help with power that aren't super loud. I love the sound of the Q4 on my buddy's wr250x. Nice and crisp sound. The stock header for a drz400sm is 39mm. Fmf powerbomb is 41mm. That will help, but I just want to know how loud everyone thinks the mrd is. Is it annoying to ride with friends that have it? Does it hurt your ears when you ride without ear plugs ? And does anyone run a sena Bluetooth device and have this exhaust? Can you hear your friends over it.
  2. wizdumb

    MRD

    I'm so excited words cannot describe
  3. Dezertdirt

    Kawasaki KLX250S (2009)

    0 comments

    Its a ok commuter bike that works pretty well in the desert. It get great fuel economy although it lacks power. I've got a full yosi exhaust and been jetted (Dynojet kit) but its still a little light on the power. Nonetheless, for me its a nice bike to commute with and take off road to the desert for some good fun. After some serious messing around with the jetting/needle, got the power numbers up a bit to do some modest off-roading. Still gets better than 60 mpg, which for surface street commuting is easy at the pump.
  4. Hayden69

    What carb to buy?

    I bought my first DRZ 400 SM. It's a 2005 with 5600 miles on it and its all stock. I want to by a bigger carb for it first. My question is do I go with a 39 mm or a 41mm? My plan is to get the Yoshimura RS-4 exhaust too. A little advice would be helpfull.
  5. iPlay4keeps

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2013)

    0 comments

    I love riding this bike all over Washington state. It is easy to modify and change whichever parts I choose with the huge aftermarket available for this bike.
  6. Rukix

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2001)

    0 comments

    This Bike is great! On or off road you have excellent power/acceleration once you do a few simple mods. It is very maneuverable, easy to handle and just out right fun to ride.
  7. leo 450yfz

    Yamaha YZ450F (2010)

    0 comments

    After a few simple mods this bike is absolutely awesome! Injectioneering throttle body, suspension from RC tech and Youshi slip on being the main ones.
  8. I bent the header pipe on a rock on my 07 yz250f and want to know if the added back pressure is harmful for the bike. it will occasionally flood if it is stalled but other than that it runs pretty normal. i know it will cause it to run richer but is that harmful? i want to know if i can ride it like that until i buy a new pipe.
  9. TheBrock

    I joined the club guys!

    After searching for months I finally found a bike!! 07 SM w/ less than 3200 miles, still stock tires I think. Full FMF exhaust, too! I'm way too pumped right now haha Also, does this have the MCCT or ACCT? Looks like MCCT to me but I've never seen the ACCT.
  10. HondaThumpstaxr

    Husqvarna WR250 (2008)

    0 comments

    Brought home and the rest is history
  11. steve dirtdog gayton

    Kawasaki KDX200 (1999)

    0 comments

    This is my KX125 fitted with a KDX 200 engine. Perfect for the local trails and practice tracks.
  12. 1 review

    Material: Carbon Fiber The TRC is a race proven exhaust that falls second to none featuring a Tri-Oval design and a trick cone-shaped end cap with an easily removable low-volume insert. This 3/4 system features stainless steel mid-pipes, dual TRC undertail mufflers, step-by-step instructions, and all necessary hardware for installation.
  13. 1 review

    Material: Aluminum The RS-5 for offroad is one of Yoshimuras best selling systems, which is no surprise. Built with strength in mind, this durable stainless steel system can handle the day to day rides you put your atv through. This system includes a 96db USFS approves low volume insert, Stainless steel header and midpipe, and an aluminum muffler sleeve.
  14. 7 reviews

    Increased area at the exhaust outlet increases volume of airflow, resulting in smoother power delivery and increased throttle control Mufflers feature dual-outlet carbon fiber end-cap which reduces sound while maintaining maximum performance Offers increased horsepower and torque throughout the power curve, especially in the bottom to mid RPM range
  15. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura RS-3 Slip-On

    3 reviews

    Material: Carbon Fiber The RS-3 is synonymous with the Yoshimura name and has been member of our product line for years. It has proven itself as one of our signature exhaust systems and now it is being offered with a slight twist. The RS-3C, same classic shape as the RS-3, but with a carbon fiber cone endcap. Slip-Ons are a great way to get the quality and performance you expect from Yoshimura. Slip-On System includes Dual RS-3C mufflers, stainless steel tail-pipes, all installation hardware, and detailed step-by-step instructions.
  16. 1 review

    Uses the same carbon/Kevlar construction as Moose Racings custom molded pipeguards and includes stainless mounting bracketsThe straight section heat shield is designed to fit over the section of pipe that contacts your leg and bootMany aftermarket manufacturers leave out a heat shield; use ours before you ruin your gearAvailable in two sizes to fit virtually all 4-stroke headers on bikes and ATVsMade in the U.S.A.
  17. VortecCPI

    Engines Only PoweRing

    1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Includes all hardware for easy bolt on installation. This exhaust end fits on your stock XR or CRF pipe in place of the stock baffle. Increases power by being less restrictive than the stock baffle. No drilling or cutting required, it bolts right on. Remove your baffle and mount a less restrictive EO PoweRing. Our 12 plate exhaust is adjustable to meet AMA and CA 96db noise requirement. Plate type spark arrestors disperse noise radially for quieter operation and avoid the clogging of screen type spark arrestors. Increased performance and an inexpensive alternative to high priced "Exhaust Systems".
  18. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Fully Adjustable exhaust. It is very Loud
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