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1997 Suzuki RM125 FMF Dirt Bike 2-Stroke Pipes

1997 Suzuki RM125
Front Tire:
80/100-21
Rear Tire:
100/90-19
Spark Plug:
R6918B-8
Stock Chain/Belt:
520x114
Front Sprocket:
12T
Rear Sprocket:
50T
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Gold Series Fatty Pipe
$186.99 - $249.99
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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 h...

Latest Reviews

Nashe (Cassville )

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Perfect

I paired the PowerBomb with a PowerCore 4 and am super impressed. Incredibly easy install and really opened the bike up.

Nashe (Cassville )

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Perfect

I paired the PowerBomb with a PowerCore 4 and am super impressed. Incredibly easy install and really opened the bike up.

CJ (flagstaff )

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Nice Exhaust

Easy install and definitely added some extra power to my wife's TTR125. Had to rejet pilot, main and needle, but it runs great after doing that. Fit was excellent. Reasonably loud, but not that obnoxious.

sam (palmdale )

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2004 rm 250

Purchased with a new Turbine 2. Installation was a breeze, no issues except I recommend slightly longer springs than stock. If you don't have a spring tool, get one. Went to the track this last weekend, there is a noticeable power increase from low to top end. On top of all that, the bike sounds brand new. Thanks FMF.

Kevin (Florence )

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Great price

Had to tap it in with a mallot slightly as its a tight fit in my FMF Factory 4 pipe. Take in mind that if your state has a strict noise ordinance, this does not muffle below the 94db threshold. It is, however, USFS approved and is very reasonably priced. I see some out there in excess of 100 bucks... LOL id cut a screen myself before I'd pay that. Overall it gets the job done at a very reasonable price through motorcycle superstore.

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