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post #1 of 11 Old 08-29-2009, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Full exhaust

I see a lot of suggestions for slips-ons. Any suggestions on full exhausts?
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post #2 of 11 Old 08-30-2009, 12:03 AM
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sure....... i would do a gloss black hmf full system or dmc or dcm not sure what its called but..... fmf has the powerbomb header and you can put eaither the 4.1 or power core on it but personally i would do the hmf...

i have a motoworks but they dont offer it in a full system ( that i know of )


but their is my vote hmf
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I'm runnin the fmf factory 4.1 with power bomb header and a uni foam. I love it.

If ur gonna go full system I highly recommend the pciii or pcv.

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waiting on Matt Fasig to put his out. Fastech full with O2 bung for the PCV with autotune.

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(waits for Matt with fastech)

If he puts one out I'll be testing it out fr sure!
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Exhaust in the works!

Hello everybody,

I will be releasing an exhaust for this machine! It will incorporate the 02 sensor bung for the Dynojet Auto Tune. I am working on changing a few cosmetic details of the exhaust from its earlier version; however the critical dimensions which create the power will be consistent. I appreciate everybody’s patience and will keep everyone posted. Please feel free to PM me if you have any specific questions about it!

P.S. A full system exhaust will always create more power than a simple slip-on. Furthermore, be careful with modular style full systems. If the company offers a slip on canister, and header separate, then that means the header pipe is limited to the diameter of the stock header. A true full system exhaust will be developed from scratch and will not be limited to any stock dimension or variable.

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Thanks for the update Matt! I am a patient man, so no rush...are ya done yet?

side note, I miss your old avatar!

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Matt any new info about your 700xx exhaust you have in the works? ETA? Price?

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Hello everybody,

I will be releasing an exhaust for this machine! It will incorporate the 02 sensor bung for the Dynojet Auto Tune. I am working on changing a few cosmetic details of the exhaust from its earlier version; however the critical dimensions which create the power will be consistent. I appreciate everybody’s patience and will keep everyone posted. Please feel free to PM me if you have any specific questions about it!

P.S. A full system exhaust will always create more power than a simple slip-on. Furthermore, be careful with modular style full systems. If the company offers a slip on canister, and header separate, then that means the header pipe is limited to the diameter of the stock header. A true full system exhaust will be developed from scratch and will not be limited to any stock dimension or variable.

Matt Fasig
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side note, I miss your old avatar!

ME TOO!!!!!!!!!!

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What was his old avatar? Man stuff for this ride just keeps getting better and better. What Matt says about the full exhaust vs. modula)r makes a TON of sense. Keep your eyes on the parts for sale section boys! (and girl.)


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