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FMF and Dynojet

Hey guys I just picked up my XX and so far all I have done is the 13Tooth and uni filter.
I have the FMF powercore 4 slip on and the dyno jet power commander on order.
Unfortunatly I didnt find this site before the parts were paid and ordered does anyone have some tech tips with these?
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Actually if you go to http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...dl=184&yr=2008
then you can get the map for your set up. It is for a stock air filter, but there shouldn't be much difference with the Uni. If you end up getting the full exhaust, send me a pm, and I can give you the map I used when the engine was stock (I got it from velociraptor and it works great).

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Assuming by your response I take it that the combo works well, Does it make much of a difference having the full system vs just a slip on?
Thanks for the link.
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Sorry, not experience w/ just a slip on. It wouldn't be much according to some other people on the site, maybe 1-2hP, but it is all preference.

2008 700xx; Power Bomb header with power core 4 exhaust, Power Programmer III, pro armor nerfs, prm products control front and rear bumpers and full skid, 10" ITP rears, ITP Baja's fronts, RZR 2's all the way around, Uni filter, 13t sprocket, CCP steering Damper, DS450 shock swap, Dual Gasser Throttle, bar risers and Moose barkBusters. 730XX kit plus other engine mods!
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i have the power core 4 slip on, on my bike. i love it, it sounds mean. it was a very easy install. i run mine with the fmf power programmer and i noticed a huge difference from stock. I have the uni also, my next mod will be the 13 tooth sprocket. Im not sure but i had heard that fmf had a slip on the had a converter that could be made to a full exhaust. im not sure if its true or not or if it is which exhaust it is. you should be happy with the power core for your bike tho.
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i have the power core 4 slip on, on my bike. i love it, it sounds mean. it was a very easy install. i run mine with the fmf power programmer and i noticed a huge difference from stock. I have the uni also, my next mod will be the 13 tooth sprocket. Im not sure but i had heard that fmf had a slip on the had a converter that could be made to a full exhaust. im not sure if its true or not or if it is which exhaust it is. you should be happy with the power core for your bike tho.
The FMF Powerbomb header will bolt right up to your muffler. A header will probably get you another 4-5 hp which is over 10% power gain. Very noticable.

Renthal 13 tooth sprocket
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i want to get a slip on for my 700xx..but im worried about how far it sticks out the back..i dont want to back up or wheelie it too far back and trash my new pipe..i know alot of them get really close to the end of the grab bar...any sugguestions??
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the exhaust dose not stick out past the stock grab bar

mods to my trx700xx
ac front bumper, power commander v, fmf full exhaust,13 tooth sproket, ims tank (remolded) shock covers, uni filter, Reverse rev limiter removed, tusk tether kill switch, ds450 front shocks, l8ton oversized sway bar (all 700xx need this)
GP reverse lever on handle bars, itp wheels, kenda klaw tyres,
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i know it doesnt..but most aftermarket pipes do come very close..i had the same problem on my warrior 350..put a new fmf pipe on it and the tip would slighty rub the ground during slow wheelies...and like two weeks after i put it on..me being a dumass backed it into a tree and dented the tip..i guess most of its just how much you pay attention.
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