I noticed a big difference in power. I dropped my bike once and didnt do any damage but my boot rubs on the power bomb and makes black on it but it does come of easy with a brillo pad without scratching the pipe
FMF Powerbomb Header - Titanium
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The redesigned PowerBomb is a four-stroke header that incorporates FMF's patented PowerBomb module at a precise location in the initial stage of the header. By positioning this "Bomb" at a key point in the system, increased performance and flow is achieved through the expansion and contraction of exhaust sonics through the system. Result is a flow increase of nearly 10%! The outer chamber in the PowerBomb allows the air to expand, cool and ramp back up at a higher velocity.
Additionally, the PowerBomb is a "pre-muffler" of sorts which helps to lower the bike's sound output by providing more sound absorbing surface area for the sound medium (exhaust gases). On some models, choices can be between a moto or Supercross version. The Supercross version is designed for more low to mid-range power where the moto version is focused in the mid to upper RPM range.
- Increased performance and flow through the system.
- Allows the air to expand, cool and ramp back up at a higher velocity.
- Helps lower the sound output by providing more sound absorbing surface area for the sound medium.
Huge gains in power and looks good. The only issue was I dumped my bike at very slow speed and it hit a SMALL rock which put a small dent in it. It seems my steel pipe put up with more abuse than this one. I was expecting titanium to be stronger.