FMF Powerbomb Header - Titanium - Motocross [obs]

FMF Powerbomb Header - Titanium - Motocross [obs]
FMF Powerbomb Header - Titanium - Motocross [obs]

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Moscow, PA
I would most definitly recommend this product

I got this product for my YFZ 450! I have a lot done to my 450, but right when i put the "POWERBOMB" header on my quad it gave the most power out of everything else i put on my quad! It imroved my low, mid, and top end on my quad like you can't even imagine! So if you are to get a header pipe definitly get the "POWERBOMB" because everyone that rode my quad wants it now!

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Q: Will this work with the fmf factory4 on my 04yz250f?
Over 7 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: The Factory 4 System uses a specific PowerBomb header than what fits stock or any other FMF systems. If you contact our sales team we can contact FMF to see if they offer a replacement head pipe for the Factory 4 System.
Location: Oakland MD
Q: Do u have to have the mid pipe, when using the powerbomb header with a powercore 4 slip on?
Over 7 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: yes the mid pipe is necessary to use the powerbomb header.
Q: What is the difference?
Over 8 years ago
what is the differemce power wise between the mega bomb and this header. is it really that much?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: Well, there are definitely some differences between the two with respect to how the power is delivered, so it often comes down to a matter of personal preference and what you are looking to get out of a new head pipe. Having said that, I'd recommend jumping on FMF's website real quick to see what they have to say about each header. If you follow the link below, you will find some pretty good info:
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