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post #151 of 156 Old 02-26-2013, 07:01 PM
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The sparks or barkers exhausts are going to be your best bet IMO
i will second that i think the sparks may be a little quieter than the barkers


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I noticed on the FMF header a o2 sensor, my stock trx700 does not have a o2 sensor and i was thinking of getting a fuel programmer for my quad. will i need to install a o2 sensor with my programmer for it to work? was thinking of getting the wiesco programmer.
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I noticed on the FMF header a o2 sensor, my stock trx700 does not have a o2 sensor and i was thinking of getting a fuel programmer for my quad. will i need to install a o2 sensor with my programmer for it to work? was thinking of getting the wiesco programmer.
you only need the sensor for the pc auto-tune.

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Exhaust wrap on stock header pipe with big gun slip on? Good idea or bad? I like the heat shield and all but I can't get it to quit rattling. 08 XX
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Exhaust wrap on stock header pipe with big gun slip on? Good idea or bad? I like the heat shield and all but I can't get it to quit rattling. 08 XX
I bought a Yoshimura full exhaust system from 4 Wheel Online. Upon installing it, I wrapped the whole tubing with titanium exhaust wrap and I would say it works great, but for the looks well it really depends how you would install it that goes the same with heat shields.
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