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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-29-2002, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
 
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New FMF Q

I put my new muffler, FMF Q on yesterday and started it up. It's definately louder than the stock. Louder than I thought it was going to be, but... it sounds soooo good! Didn't get to ride over the weekend. My lady moved in with me so we spent most of the weekend moving stuff. Which was cool. I took off early on thurdsay and rode my CB with a buddy of mine, beautiful day, put close to 100 miles in. Maybe next weekend, or one day this week I'll load the DRZ up. I didn't get the FMF header pipe so do you fellas think any jetting is needed. I'm going to call FMF and ask them what they reccomend, and check the plug after about an hour of riding, but want to know what you guys think. I'm definately going to open up the airbox (it's a mod that a lot of DRZ owners seem to do, which requres a bigger main), but haven't done it yet. I still need to work out the suspension issue I asked about a week or so ago. You know, when I was a kid I swore I'd never get tired of cartoons and chocolate, and later when I learned to ride I couldn't see how anything could take priority over riding. Somewhere along the line, I think I lost site of what's important. Probably the desire to live indoors and eat. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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yeah you will prob have to rejet with just a slip on, especially if you do airbox mods
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hahahah, brian, you said your woman moved in with you over the weekend, and you spent most of the time moving stuff???? HAHAHAHAH!!!!! YEA RIGHT BUDDY!!! movin her [censored] up and down on your cock probably, movin it all around the house here and their, everywhere, yyyeeeeaaaa, you got to ride, just not your bike.
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Josh, when you were little, did your parents drop you on your head? [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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lol, a coupla of times man [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] But see, you didn't deny it, be proud, be loud, their's no one around to hear [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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brian went ridin but that dosnt mwean it was his dirtbike
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i would immagine you would need to go a bit fatter and adjust you idle again because of a change in backpressure
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joel, your on a 400f now right?
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yup.

sold my yz 125, so now i only have one bike, well still got the pw50 i guess. think i might big bore it and build a huge volume pipe for it, haha. ya, i have pretty much learned the '2 stroke pipe basics' now. im impressed with myself
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what exactly do you use the PW50 for?
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