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This exhaust is too loud. When I remove the endcap(oval-4 screws); all I see is a rectangular void all the way to the pipe. There is a screen lining that forms the rectangular shape, with nothing thru the middle. Is there a rectangular baffle to insert? Or; does the screening come out to be wrapped with packing? I really need help here! Thanks....Wally
Over 7 months ago
Sounds like you are missing the center part that would be wrapped with packing which FMF does not sell separately. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Where can I purchase the chrome pipe and push rod...
Or do you sell a kit with crome pipe and push rod with fiberglass..
And what is the name of the crome pipe and push rod
1 year 11 months agoLocation: Portland, OR, USA
We do not carry l the internals to rebuild FMF pipes other than the packing material. I would recommend getting in contact with FMF directly for replacement parts. http://www.FMFRACING.com
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1 year 11 months agoLocation: Tuscaloosa, AL
The "chrome pipe and push rod" are referred to as a silencer or in MotoSport lingo just an "exhaust". If you search under Exhaust and put in the make, model and year of your bike you will see the available parts. Some are listed as "complete" and will include the head pipe. Look for the ones that say "slip-on exhaust".
Of course, you won't need the packing if you buy a new exhaust; it will have new packing installed when you receive it.
Unfortunately the stock pipe is not a packing type exhaust and this will not work in it. It uses internal baffles and diffusers to control the sound output. If the exhaust has become increasingly loud it is time for a new exhaust.
Do you need special packing for a carbon fiber silencer or does it all use the same stuff?
Over 5 years agoLocation: USA
Carbon Fiber Canisters do not require special packing, this will work just fine. I will add though, you should never allow the packing to break down in a carbon can, changing it often will increase the life of your exhaust.
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Over 6 years agoLocation: I Live in Adams TN Race 25 times a year Vet AM
No it will work with a 4-stoke as well. However it will blow out the packing fairly quick. The FMF packing is cheap but will not last as long as others. FMF makes great stuff this just isnt a great choice for a 4-stroke.
2 years 3 months agoLocation: Belvidere, NJ, USA
they have 2 and 4 stroke packing kits I would order accordingly.