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post #1 of 29 Old 01-22-2012, 04:27 PM Thread Starter
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I was wondering what is the quietest exhaust on the market.
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I think FMF or yosh, I can't remember which. They do not make the most power though!


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I hear Lexx slip-on is pretty quiet with the quiet core in, & it's removable if you want to wake the neighbours. I'm leaning towards it myself & they make a fuel controller as well. Best thing is they're cheap, plenty of good reviews on R/Mountain atv.

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thanks for the info. I am going to call the companies and find out the decibels on all three. not really worried about power going to get that with nitrous.
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I would say if you are going to go through all of that then you would need to spend the money on a quality full exhaust.

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The quietest exhaust is Leo Vince. Its built here in Europe (Italy) where dbs are alot lower than the US for racing. It's also one of the lightest being completely built out of titanium , the only one so far.

It comes with alot inserts with the exhaust that you can basically pick the dbs you want. Very handy but expensive.

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I would say if you are going to go through all of that then you would need to spend the money on a quality full exhaust.
Show me a full exhaust that is lower than 95dbs and i would buy it.
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Does anybody know what the dbs level of the stock exhaust is.
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HMF with the quiet core insert is between 96-98 decibels.

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I think the FMF Q4 is around 95 db and im pretty sure they make a quiet core insert for it as well. From what ive heard on here, its even quieter with the header, but i cant say for sure.
I really like the sound of the Q4, and it had a noticeable increase in power

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