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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-14-2002, 07:12 PM
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4T torque/power pipe, which one?

I can't get an answer from anyone here it seems, does anyone on this board have experience with pipes ?
I have a 02 TT250 and want a pipe to enhance the bottom and midrange (this bike is already a top end revver)
Should I get a complete system or a slip on muffler?
Yoshi ?
FMF ?
Procircuit ?
Etc. Etc.?
Any help appreciated.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-15-2002, 03:09 PM
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Re: 4T torque/power pipe, which one?

There all good, just make sure to get the quitest one, it will give you the most lowed power also.

I'm not sure about that bike but can you just replace the exhaust tip on the stock muffler (like Hondas)?
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Re: 4T torque/power pipe, which one?

The exhaust is a welded canister. So I'd have to replace from the mid point join or the whole system.
Quiet is best from my point of view, guess you're right that some back pressure will help bottom end.
At the moment it has way too much back pressure and won't pull at all.
Total reverse of a Honda motor.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 06-17-2002, 10:28 PM
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Re: 4T torque/power pipe, which one?

sorry, are we talking 2 or 4 stroke here, im not up on my titers. i know both pretty well, so just lemme know
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Re: 4T torque/power pipe, which one?

WTF you couldnt just read the first post?? LOL
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Re: 4T torque/power pipe, which one?

fmf has the torque bomb header that is supposed to increase torque without the added db. any slip on will increase torque just make sure is has a spark arrester which will keep the noise down.
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Re: 4T torque/power pipe, which one?

Thanks guys,
Only slip on readily available round here seems to be the Yoshi so I may go for that. Was just worried it might be a top end only thing.
But might look into the torque bomb header further down the road also.
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