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  1. 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.
  2. Looking to find a more open exhaust that will better fit my bike after i get the head ported. I was going to plate my bike but no more. So now my only requirement is a spark arrestor. I would have like to use MRD. However, he doesn't make pipes for KTM's. Any suggestion on good quality and good flow?
  3. would a pro circuit platinum pipe fit onto fmf Q silent silencer for a ktm 200 exc?? any help would be great
  4. Frenchy4628

    Honda CRF450R (2007)


    I bought this bike in 2013 from a good friend who raced motocross in Utah. This was his fun build bike for running around in the desert. He had powder-coated the frame and swingarm black. I have ASV levers, a Renthal 1 1/8 Carmichael bar on it and run ASV shift and brake pedals as well. I had the suspension tuned at Factory Connection in Corona for more of desert feel for the bike. It has been lowered to fit my height (5'7") as well with a custom shaved seat. She does have an attitude, some days, she doesnt want to start very eagerly and takes a few kicks to start up, even after I ha been to a few different shops, she still has an attitude some days. But I digress, thisbike has been amazing for me over the past few years. I just moved to North Carolina but I will most likely be selling this bike soon as i don't ride on the track anymore.
  5. 2 reviews

    FEATURES: E-marked DB killer is fully removable for track days DB reduction when fitted (FULLY road legal) Manufactured from highest grade stainless steel materials Specially designed to allow quick removal and fitting Dyno develooped to optimise power throughout the rev range Scorpion's F-Series Range of Exhausts are Designed with a Number of Important Features: Packing Material - The S2 Ceramic Wool Utilised is capable of Withstanding Temperatures of 750 oC for a 50 Hour Running Cycle. The Wool is Woven into a Continuous Blanket Form for the Best Result in Noise Absorption (94db Max) A Machined Collar System is used to Ensure Perfect Fit. This System also Creates an Air-Tight Seal Preventing any Exhaust Gas Leakage. Another Benefit of this System is that it Eliminates the Need for Clamps, Making the Pipes More Pleasing on the Eye and Allowing Greater Clearance around the Frame The Collar System is Also used between the Link Pipe and Silencer with Springs, Removing Unsightly Clamps, Ensuring a Perfect Air Tight Seal and Allowing Quicker and Easier Fitment (and Removal) of the End Silencer X-Flow Headers are Designed to be Interchangeable with the Orignal System. By Maximising Pipe Diameters and Hours of In-House Dyno Work Optimum Power, Torque and Throttle Response has been Achieved throughout The Entire Rev Range Silencer and Linkpipes (Half Systems) have been Developed to fit with either the Original or X-Flow Headers. A Revolutionary 'Power Taper Technology' Accelerates Gas Flows. Hours of In-House Dyno Development Ensures Maximum Performance Gains are Seen with the Bikes Original Fuelling (No Need to Re-Jet or Re-Map) whilst Noise Levels are Kept Down (94db Max).
  6. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Fully Adjustable exhaust. It is very Loud
  7. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Fits great. Looks cool . Really let the motor flow much better . I added a pipe hanger . With or without the baffle it is almost the same performance .
  8. CripplerZeus

    Pro Circuit Ti-6 Full System

    3 reviews

    EXHAUST DESCRIPTION: The Ti-6 Titanium Exhaust System is designed to improve performance and is constructed of titanium throughout the head pipe, mid pipe, and canister while the end-cap is constructed of carbon fiber. Improving power where the Ti-5 showed weak points, and based on customer feedback, a distinctive sound was also created to try and accommodate the current motorcycle rider. Although the Ti-6 will not pass FIM sound requirements seen in professional racing here in the states or in Europe, it is still the ideal system for any rider or racer looking for improved performance, durability and a professional look. In addition to all of these features, the Ti-6 will come with a removable USFS approved spark arrestor making it easy for riders to alternate between off-road and closed course racing. FEATURES INCLUDE: Improves performance Titanium construction throughout head pipe, mid pipe, and canister Carbon fiber end-cap construction Equipped with RC-4 Resonance Chamber to reduce noise output Machined aluminum muffler bracket for increased strength and durability Asymmetrical muffler configuration for increased packing volume Machined mid pipe to head pipe joint for a better, leak free fit Removable USFS approved spark arrestor TIG precision welding Made in the USA
  9. bc44

    Kawasaki KX85 (2017)


    It is really a 2018, really good bike for my son, it ripped right out of the showroom . Just whish it was easier to make it a big wheel version, like the earlier models, now that we have started converting it to a 112CC super mini.
  10. ryno625

    Husqvarna TC250 (2017)


    So far I am loving this bike. Was skeptical about the AER Forks, but overall love it. Especially the new motor and balanced crank!
  11. HondaThumpstaxr

    Husqvarna WR250 (2008)


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

    Kawasaki KDX200 (1999)


    This is my KX125 fitted with a KDX 200 engine. Perfect for the local trails and practice tracks.
  13. Jason Enger

    Yamaha YZ450F (2015)


    Great all around bike. Tons of power, and handles great
  14. Tommyk_55

    Suzuki RM250 (2002)


    Excellent handling, turns better than any bike I have ever owned. It handles trail hack surprisingly well for a motocrosser. The power is lack luster in comparison to other 250 two strokes I've ridin, but if you can keep it in the sweet spot its no dog.
  15. austin_honda

    Honda CRF450R (2004)


    going to be doing a build on this bike in a few months
  16. s_fromm43

    Honda CRF150R (2008)


    This bike is a great beginner's bike. Has awesome power stock and is the right size for someone 11-14 years old. Only issues with it were that after a FMF Q4 exhaust was installed I couldn't ever get it to be jetted right and it started starting hard when it was cold.
  17. FJDRR5

    Suzuki DR125SE (1994)


    3/5 for one reason: she was already pretty badly abused when I got her. As is, she's got nada for power, rear suspension squeaks like an overexcited mouse, and she's got rust in the tank. That being said, she's an unkillable tank, taking the worst winter can throw at her, standing back up, and giving it another go. Surprisingly tough for a cheap trail bike from the 90's. She's not fast, but she'll get you where you want to go. As long as the hill isn't too steep...
  18. Stephan89

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2012)


    2012 Castrolpower1suzukimotobase motocross bike
  19. Jr9racing

    Kawasaki ZX600 Ninja ZX-6R (2014)


    Purchased new in May of 2015. This bike hasn't hiccuped once since the day i bought it. Definitely a blast to ride and obviously pretty dang fast. Only thing iv'e had issues with we're the fork seals...but then again that would be my fault lol. No regrets on buying her just yet but we'll see how she does the next few years.
  20. mybanez

    KTM 450 SX-F (2015)


    Wish it had kick start.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.