1990 Suzuki 250 rm exhaust pipe

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7/24/2018 3:12 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/24/2018 3:58 PM

hello need your help pleaseeee | I need an aftermarket exhaust pipe for my build up two stroke 1990 Suzuki 250 rm ,the pipe that I want to use it has to be a works type not big fan of the nickel ones ! already call pro circuit fmf ,dep pipes, bill pipes ,really desperate here, DPR from holland can build me one I was hopping one from the usa , anyone that could help thanks

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7/24/2018 6:35 PM

Very rare to find a raw pipe for this model, getting harder to find any pipe for these bikes....have you tried Mastercross? Last time I looked he had some works pipes, not cheap. You can get a nice raw finish with a stock pipe, or get a plated pipe and have the plating sand blasted off & then scotchbrite, blue welds, whatever you are looking for,...I looked for a raw pipe for my 92RM 250 for a long time, could not find one. Bought a new Pro Circuit plated pipe, I just wanted to make sure I had a good pipe.

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7/24/2018 7:00 PM

Dyno Port

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7/24/2018 9:32 PM

sandman768 wrote:

Very rare to find a raw pipe for this model, getting harder to find any pipe for these bikes....have you tried Mastercross? Last time I looked he had some works pipes, not cheap. You can get a nice raw finish with a stock pipe, or get a plated pipe and have the plating sand blasted off & then scotchbrite, blue welds, whatever you are looking for,...I looked for a raw pipe for my 92RM 250 for a long time, could not find one. Bought a new Pro Circuit plated pipe, I just wanted to make sure I had a good pipe.

sandman768 ,I do have the stock pipe which its fixable ,but I want a newer pipe, a works type of pipe , I have contacted Master cross they don't have one at this moment ,how ever I have good luck with Dyno port ,and DPR , THANKS BR8ES, Dyno Port have several choices of pipes and silencers with is good and I think great quality haven't made my mind which one to get !

FMF does still make one for the 1989 Suzuki 250 rm which I understood that also could be used on 1990 but FMF categorically said that it won't fit the 1990 model !
on eBay there is a pro circuit pipe for a 1991 Suzuki 250 rm for sale there
was wondering what are the difference between the 1990 pipe and 1991 pipe ?

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7/24/2018 9:33 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/24/2018 9:34 PM

BR8ES wrote:

Dyno Port

thanks dyno port does have several options which is great !and they answer the email fast !

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7/24/2018 9:59 PM

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7/25/2018 2:42 PM

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Great looking bike.
I had the same issue with my 92. So I had a raw finish done to my stock pipe and it was good but not great so I had Rich at dynoport build me one and its phenomenal Photo
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Throwbackmxguy

7/25/2018 4:26 PM

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Manbearpig wrote:

Great looking bike.
I had the same issue with my 92. So I had a raw finish done to my stock pipe and it was good but not great so I had Rich at dynoport build me one and its phenomenal Photo
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Wow awesome bike !!! It that a 1992 suzuki rm ? How did manage to use showas in the front forks would love to use the same setting please share info thanks !

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7/25/2018 5:14 PM

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Manbearpig wrote:

Great looking bike.
I had the same issue with my 92. So I had a raw finish done to my stock pipe and it was good but not great so I had Rich at dynoport build me one and its phenomenal Photo
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artlza wrote:

Wow awesome bike !!! It that a 1992 suzuki rm ? How did manage to use showas in the front forks would love to use the same setting please share info thanks !

Good eye! It is a 92 but replicated to be a 1990 Larry Ward replica.

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Throwbackmxguy

9/9/2018 9:55 AM

hello and thank you for all your help ,does anybody know if a 1995 Suzuki 250 rear wheel would be able to fit on the 1990 Suzuki 250 rm model . ....... ? thank you

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9/11/2018 10:10 AM

The 89-92 RMs were one of the best looking dirt bikes ever. Looks good even today.. with a flatter seat/tank it wouldn't be that far off from modern scoots.

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9/11/2018 11:20 AM

queen of spodes wrote:

The 89-92 RMs were one of the best looking dirt bikes ever. Looks good even today.. with a flatter seat/tank it wouldn't be that far off from modern scoots.

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I will have to disagree. Even with a flatter seat, they would still look a lot better. :-)

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