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    2005 Suzuki RM250 FMF Dirt Bike 2-Stroke Pipes

    2005 Suzuki RM250
    Tire Size:
    Front: 80/100-21, Rear: 110/90-19
    Spark Plug:
    BR8EG
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x114
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 13T, Rear: 50T
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    Gold Series Fatty Pipe
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    FMF GOLD SERIES Fatty Pipe The staple of FMF's two stroke line, the Gold Series Fatty Pipe broadens power across the whole RPM range. Suited for both motocross and woods riding, the Fatty gives a heal
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    Gold Series Gnarly Pipe
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    FMF Gold Series Gnarly Pipe The FMF Gnarly pipe focuses on increasing the lower RPM horsepower and torque to get you out of the toughest terrain. When looking to add 4-stroke tractor like torque to yo
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    Gold Series SST Pipe
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    FMF Gold Series SST Pipe Unique with its chrome plating and trademarked SST module, the SST exhaust system greatly improves the ENTIRE powerband. The secret to the SST is the patented shape of the exh

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    Jonathan (Vista, CA)

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    2014 KTM 690 Supermoto

    Replaced the OEM pipe and dropped 10LBs...Added a couple more HPs... The pipe is not obnoxiously load, but loud enough when you get on it, or need to let other drivers/riders, know you are there!

    scott (escondido, CA)

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    hell ya

    Installed on stock 2013 XR650l and oh boy!! Power, torque and sound cant ask for more. Recommend to anyone looking- well worth the price!!

    eric (roan mountain, TN)

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    gives me a little more low end torque

    it fit perfectly,makes my bike a little less loud,also seems to give it a little bit more torque in the mountains,,i had to move my needle down one clip but i had to do that anyway since i moved a couple thousand feet higher in elevation,overall i would say its awesome !!

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