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post #1 of 22 Old 01-09-2011, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
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Hmf vs Big gun vs fmf

Hmf sport vs Big gun evo vs fmf powercore 4, which one should I buy and why?
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that would be my order i have the powercore 4 s/o and love it. sounds great and has noticeable power behind it. big gun and hmf make alot of unnecessary noise lol

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Do you race at all or ride for leisure ?
It all comes down to how loud or quiet , you want the exhaust to be.

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Just good ol riding, no racing.
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Do you have sound restrictions where you ride ?

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Yes but i'm not sure what. dont really care anyways everyone runs loud exhaust just dont piss off the wrong people
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Big Gun then but buy the quiet core ,just in case.
Just curious why you would not consider the Barkers ?
Its a very very good exhaust .

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I'm on a limited budget at the moment. Really sick of the stock exhaust, so want to get a slip-on and eventually upgrade. Might end up going with a barkers with income tax, not sure yet. I've heard tons of good things about barker, sounds to me like its probably the best one to go with, but just wanted some opinions on the others.
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I'd wait and save for the Barkers.

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Is it really that much better? Also, if I got the full exhaust the programmer does the ehs lid kit really necessary?
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