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post #1 of 8 Old 03-26-2011, 12:49 AM Thread Starter
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hi guys, i was just wondering what pipe to go with on my bike , i don't have alot to spend but want it to sound meener than stalk and breath easyer . I also will probly need a programer so any combinations that you guys have used and that work will be apreceated. just trying to get some advice on what and what not to buy thanks
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Barker, sparks, hmf, fmf. People on here have them all, these are the ones I see at the top of the list. I am going barkers or fmf.


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Are you planning to build your engine( cam, piston, porting etc.)?

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If you just want a slip on I like the motoworks sr4 and it sounds great. I also run an ehs programmer and the ehs lid. I have heard the hmf and fmf and the hmf would be my nexy choice for a slipon.

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FMF is a great choice. Good price, good sound, and allows you to add the header later on down the road where others don't.

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The yoshi slip-on sounds really good too.
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Thanks guys think ill save up and do the barkers big three
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Untill i can afford to buy the barkers complete big three combo, I settled for just a new end cap . only cost 32 $ and sounds mean ! may only be me but feels way more resonsive and nice to hear your motor by the exaust not the engine scream.
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