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post #1 of 25 Old 05-12-2009, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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Question Exhaust Upgrade - DMC or FMF?

I'm thinking about upgrading to a full system from just a slip-on. I see a lot of people talking about the FMF 4.1 w/Powerbomb, and being pleased with it. Does anyone have any experience with DMC exhausts?? I was looking at their Afterburner full system and this is what the manufacturer has to say about it:

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2008-2009 Honda TRX700XX COMPLETE SYSTEM
Comp System Under 102db
21.5% Increase in Horsepower
19.9% Increase in Torque
4.75 lbs. weight savings over stock
Developed and manufactured to take your Honda off the map, your TRX700XX just a HUGE leap on the competition.

The Full System loads you up with a 21.5% horsepower increase and 19.9% torque increase with just under 5 pounds of weight savings compared to stock! As a competition system, this bad boy gets you moving, but holds its throat at 102db. So, if you have some place you wanna go, this full DMC system is the answer!
Anyone have a verdict or theory on which one is better?
DMC's numbers are almost too good to believe, but they're coming straight from the manufacturer.

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I'm a firm believe in HMF...I have the Bill Ballance Series exhaust...It is seriously loud, I guess its due to the Big Bore...my 400EX was never that loud! lol


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I'm a firm believe in HMF...I have the Bill Ballance Series exhaust...It is seriously loud, I guess its due to the Big Bore...my 400EX was never that loud! lol


And scuzz...that sig is freakin' awesome! lol
Should hear this pipe on a Renegade 800 Twin.
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Should hear this pipe on a Renegade 800 Twin.
V-twin's sound awesome with *any* pipe though.



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V-twin's sound awesome with *any* pipe though.

True..but it sounds cooler with the Ballance than the regular HMF.
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FMF Factory 4.1 with powerbomb. You won't be disappointed. I'll take trophies over decibels everytime ::

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Unless it was the reverse megaphone style on the DMCs (like the force 4 duals for other quads have) I would not use DMCs, FMFs are overrated and overpriced in my opinion. From HMF I have seen nothing but good dyno sheets on all other quads, these guys know how to make them, they are usually one of the cheapest and with the most colors!
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I just installed the 2 Bros pipe. I don't know if it's the Razr's or the pipe but the freakin thing just wants to stay in the air. It's a loud mofo though, and I like it.lol
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I love my Yoshi pipe. I've heard the FMF and HMF in person and didn't really like them. Much, much, much too loud and no more HP then my Yoshi. You cannot beat Yoshimura quality either.

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