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post #1 of 8 Old 11-02-2007, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
 
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HMF Full Exhaust w/ red canister

If you want a great looking exhaust system that doesnt just look good but performs right up there with the best of them, go for the HMF. The sound is one of the best I've heard from a 4 stroke system with a deep, low sound, but on the louder side, which is a plus for most riders. The power output is amazing compared to stock, and the craftsmanship is second to none. Its a very solid build and the finish is very tough! You might think the powdercoated finish wouldnt last long, or get shipped up, or fade over time, but I've had mine for over 2 years and it still looks new! Looks much better than a bare aluminum finish which will become dull over time, or a chrome finish that will dull or rust or chip. I am truly amazed at the finish.

This is one great looking system that looks better than 99% of the other ATV systems out there, and performs with the best of them. The price is lower then most too! You really cant get a better performing pipe for the money. Buy one, you wont be disapointed!!!
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Re: HMF Full Exhaust w/ red canister

thanks for the report! I am surprised to hear that the finish holds up good I thought it wouldnt last to long.
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You're welcome!
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next time around i will definitely check it out. ty for the review.
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I was leaning towards the Two Bros mainly because I really like the look of the pipe, but now I think I'm going to go for the HMF Ballance pipe.....then again...
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im am geting the slip on hmf pipe but want to run it with the airbox lid off is the fuel controler necesary for this aplication,i dont want to damage my engine.
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smooth doesn't think so, but I do.

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i took of the air box lid and removed the spark arrestor,it really woke up lot more botom end.then i checked the spark plug and i could see that it was a litle bit lean.will running it like this make any engine damage?
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