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post #1 of 14 Old 08-24-2010, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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Fmf exhaust

My fmf powercore exhaust made it in today! Fairly simple install after i went to walmart and bought some decent tools lol! My 12mm socket was a 1/4" drive and it just didnt cut it for busting loose the clamp on the factory pipe. Anyways once i got that taken care of she slipped right on. Was around 9 when i finished so didnt really want to drive around the neighborhood but what i did hear from it while pulling it around back to park it sounded great.

Just one ?? - Can i get by without the silicone it calls for where the header slips in the reducer sleeve? Should be very easy to pull off and add if you guys think i should. Just got to go buy the stuff. ( wish i would have thought of it at walmart )

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I used nothing on mine and it dose not blow at the joint. what fuel programer you using ?

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Im not using one right now.. Seems to be running good but a programmer is on my list.

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how close is the endcap from the end of the grab bar? im worried ill trash a good exhaust because it sticks out too far..(had a 350 warrior with an fmf and smashed up the endcap? i was considering buying a PRM desert grab bar to prevent that..got one on my trx450r..
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dose not stick out past the origanal grab bar

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Well mine got smashed racing, b/c someone hit me. But I def had mine on end w/ the stock grab bar and she didn't get harmed at all.

As for the silicone, when you run it, put a piece of paper around where it meets the adapter and see if it moves from exhaust hitting it, if not, then I wouldn't worry about it. Really, it shouldn't move anyway due to the resistance to flow, but just some food for though. I'd like to see just the slip on actually, and how it sounds over a full one like mine.

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Looking forward to purchase the same system. My question is can I later adapt the fmf header to this exhaust or does it have to be the 4.1?
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any fmf pipe will fit to a fmf header
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The silicon will stop you from getting the little soot lines on the pipe. You may not have a leak now, but as you run it they'll eventually show up.
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I went ahead and ordered the FMF powercore slip-on. I heard the 4.1 is really nice but I honestly don't know the difference and didn't have the extra mula for it. I will eventually get the header for it but have to settle for a slip-on for now.
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