Big Gun Evo Mini Complete Exhaust

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Big Gun Evo Mini Complete Exhaust
Big Gun Evo Mini Complete Exhaust
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The Big Gun Evo Mini Series was designed to deliver maximum horsepower and torque gains throughout the RPM range. Made from 0.049" stainless steel tubing and an aluminum muffler canister, the Evo exhaust system is much lighter than stock units. The sleek muffler design also allows for maximum clearance to avoid your exhaust from hitting the rear brake caliper.

  • Lighter than stock.
  • Deep, rich sound.
  • Ceramic-coated 18-gauge mild steel stepped or tapered head pipe construction.
  • Internal / external ceramic coating with satin silver finish.
  • Hard anodized 6061 T-6 aluminum silencer.
  • Custom stainless steel heat shield.
  • New euro-style end cap like the larger Big Gun exhaust systems to give the total 'factory look'.
  • 6061 T-6 billet aluminum outlet in end cap with removable tip for spark arrestor.
  • High-performance endless-strand silencer packing with stainless steel screen.
  • Meets U.S.F.S.-approved 94 - 96dB sound requirement.
  • U.S.F.S.-approved spark arrestor.
  • Re-jetting is not necessary.
  • Six month manufacturer's warranty.

Note: This product is for closed course use only and is not intended for use on the road. Big Gun exhausts are NOT LEGAL for sale or use on pollution controlled vehicles in the state of California. Image is for display purposes ONLY; actual product will vary with fitment.

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Location: Livermore
Hillbilly
Second choice, great choice

Wanted the TBR M8 exhaust but was on back order. Went for this guy and am thoroughly impressed. It's loud and adds power to my 2015 klx110L. Wish I could run it without the spark arrester more!!

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yamahazac
Sweet buy

sounds sweet and makes power

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Location: Sunrise, FL
450RMXRider
Big Gun Mini Evo Pipe

The pipe fit excellent, easy to install. Made a awesome difference for the mini quad in performance. No Stickers with the product though??!!!

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Lilbug Location: Georgia, USA
Etni3s1 Location: British Columbia, Canada
Etni3s1 Location: British Columbia, Canada
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Lilbug 2 months 8 days ago Location: Georgia, USA
Will this fit a CRF80F?
Is this thing loud, I want the loudest one on this site.
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 4 days ago
MotoSportExpert
The big gun exhaust is one of the loudest exhausts for the mini's. I have ran the Big Gun exhaust on some of my pit bikes (XR50/XR70) and would say this would probably be the loudest for your CRF80F.
Dylan 3 months 24 days ago Location: Salmon Arm, BC, Canada
For a 2002 xr 100 does it come with the same end cap as in the picture?
And is the end cap removeable?
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 23 days ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes, the Big Gun Evo Mini Complete Exhaust has a Red powder coated stainless steel end tip. New euro end cap like the larger Big Gun exhaust systems to give the total factory look.
Etni3s1 1 year 7 months ago Location: British Columbia, Canada
Does this go straight onto a honda crf100f?
does it fit directly on a honda crf100f without any modifications? also what is the exact power increase and weight loss of this pipe?
Expert Top 1 Contributor MotoSport Staff
1 year 7 months ago
MotoSportGrantK
Yes, no modification is required. For your 2012 Honda CRF100F You can expect a 3-5% increase in performance when it is properly jetted. As for the weight savings, unfortunately we do not have exact figures for this.
Etni3s1 1 year 7 months ago Location: British Columbia, Canada
Would i have to rejet on a crf100f?
i dont know how to rejet and i dont even understand it completley, all i want to know is will i have to rejet my 2012 honda crf100f?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
Anytime you switch to a full aftermarket exhaust system you will likely need to adjust your jetting to gain the best performance. Jetting can be very tricky, there isn't a specific setting I could give you to help jet your bike. I would recommend taking the bike to a Local Motorcycle Shop with a service department to have the exhaust installed and the bike jetted properly.
Etni3s1 1 year 7 months ago Location: British Columbia, Canada
How much more horsepower will this produce on a 2012 honda crf100f?
what is the horsepower increase from stock and what will that bring it up too exactly? does this produce more horsepower than the fmf powercore? how easy is it to install?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
Unfortunately, Big Gun does not provide specific numbers for the Horsepower gained with this exhaust installed on your Honda CRF100F. You should be able to feel significant horsepower and torque gains compaired to the stock exhaust on your bike.
bodie 1 year 11 months ago
Is rejetting required with the installation of this pipe?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
It is really hard to say as it would really depend on how your bike is running with the current jetting. You should be safe to install the exhaust and then tune your jetting from there if necessary.
Frank 2 years 7 months ago
How many decibels louder would this make a 2012 honda crf100f?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Unfortunately there is not exact decibel rating on this exhaust from the manufacturer as it is not anywhere near loud enough to pass the noise regulations in OHV parks. When speaking with the manufacturer they said you could expect low 90's as the decibel rating with their experience. This is going to be louder than stock but will not be obnoxious. The Big Gun Evo Mini exhausts produce a deeper tone rather than a high pitch so even though it will be louder, its pretty easy on the ears.
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