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post #1 of 41 Old 09-14-2010, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Looking to get a Full exhaust Got any Suggestions?

I want to get a full exhaust system for my trx700xx. I've been looking around and there arent many to choices.. Please let me know what you think
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barker, sparks or alba are the best out there.. i'd stay away from hmf and fmf
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What is wrong w/ FMF? That is what I have on mine and it is fine. The reason why HMF and FMF aren't big choices here in my opinion is b/c there hasn't been much R&D compared to the Barkers. Therefore, there isn't really Dyno numbers compared to the others, but I definately could tell the difference when I put mine on. The good thing about Barkers, is you could get the Big 3 package from EHS racing and save some money.

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I dont agree with that comment Maniac. Most of the pipes out there are producing around the same results, a lot of it comes down to build quality of the system and Barker and HMF have that sorted right out. 45 Im told HMF done a massive amount of development on there full system for the 700xx

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they stick out the back and u cant put a aft market bumper ......other than that there good....
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hmf has a dyno sheet...but it only shows a 5hp increase... but i think they used the stock tires so just add 3-4hp
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My apologies overlord, I meant to say there wasn't much R&D shown to us, but each has massive amounts. Some people keep their stuff (dyno sheets) secret. And the FMF doesn't stick out past the grab bar, and the only reason I had a problem with mine was b/c it got hit in a race maniac...by a punk kid like you LMFAO. It depends on what you want for a bumper as well. I got one that was huge so I could absorb people hitting me.

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No sweat 45, with the pipe sticking out past the grab bar, I think it looks fat anyway you can change end caps also.
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My apologies overlord, I meant to say there wasn't much R&D shown to us, but each has massive amounts. Some people keep their stuff (dyno sheets) secret. And the FMF doesn't stick out past the grab bar, and the only reason I had a problem with mine was b/c it got hit in a race maniac...by a punk kid like you LMFAO. It depends on what you want for a bumper as well. I got one that was huge so I could absorb people hitting me.
oppss i meant to say that they stick farther out the back than others.. and i dont hit ppl...ppl hit me... just look at my grab bar lmao... but that wasnt a bad dent on ur old fmf (for a quad hitin it)
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