2018 Crf450r single FMF exhaust?

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11/26/2017 7:14 AM

Anyone running one on the 17’-18’? If so was wondering how it changes the power spread? Was a remap required?

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11/26/2017 8:38 AM

atrdrvr7 wrote:

Anyone running one on the 17’-18’? If so was wondering how it changes the power spread? Was a remap required?

No remap required but def helps. Twin pipe better low, mid, single ,lighter, better top end.

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11/26/2017 9:03 AM

atrdrvr7 wrote:

Anyone running one on the 17’-18’? If so was wondering how it changes the power spread? Was a remap required?

mxb2 wrote:

No remap required but def helps. Twin pipe better low, mid, single ,lighter, better top end.

I second this.

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11/27/2017 10:43 AM

They say just as much low, more in mid and top, plus revs through range quicker. Lighter weight and cheaper kind of a no brainer, unless you like the dual look. Honestly I've had both and I couldn't really tell, but I am just a Novice.

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11/28/2017 7:38 AM

Thanks for the reply's.

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11/28/2017 12:38 PM

The article is up right now on Mx action

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11/28/2017 3:08 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/28/2017 3:10 PM

FMF make Honda look stupid. The Japs need English speaking people in their design studio, l shake my head in dismay..

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Melbourne, Australia. Current rides: '11 RMZ450, '84 CR500, '06 DRZ400, '79 KX250 with 400 engine, '06 GSXR1000 full Yosh racebike.

12/11/2017 11:14 AM

Post some pics of your 2017-2018 with FMF single, I’m trying to decide

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12/11/2017 2:10 PM

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12/11/2017 2:11 PM

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12/11/2017 2:13 PM

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12/11/2017 2:54 PM

1HRCrider wrote: Photo

That’s a nice looking bike! Looks like you have a Ride Engineering linkage. Did it help the bike feel more planted?

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12/11/2017 3:07 PM

Thank you, yes it did.

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12/11/2017 6:43 PM

1HRCrider wrote: Photo

Thanks for the pics, your bike looks great. How do you feel the exhaust works? Did you do any re mapping?

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12/11/2017 7:55 PM

It was already mapped for my previous exhaust which was the Yosh duals. Just got for the lighter weight and little more power, plus cheaper.

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12/11/2017 8:01 PM

1HRCrider wrote:

It was already mapped for my previous exhaust which was the Yosh duals. Just got for the lighter weight and little more power, plus cheaper.

Would you recommend the single?

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12/11/2017 8:35 PM

For sure.

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12/11/2017 9:13 PM

1HRCrider wrote:

It was already mapped for my previous exhaust which was the Yosh duals. Just got for the lighter weight and little more power, plus cheaper.

I'm close by in SJ & would be interested in the 17-18 Yosh system. Send me a PM if you consider selling it. Thnxz..

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Speak softly and carry a big stick.

12/11/2017 11:03 PM

Sorry already sold it.

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12/12/2017 8:24 AM

1HRCrider wrote: Photo

Bike looks awesome. Looks like you replaced the cover on the stock seat and got a bit of a gap from pulling the cover so tight that is deformed the seat pan.

I did the same thing... I've only had a couple of rides with the gap between my seat and the plastic like what's shown in your pic and I haven't noticed a lot more dust, water, or mud issues due to the gap.

Before I go through the process to re-cover the seat to correct the gap - have you had any issues with the gap on your bike?

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12/12/2017 9:58 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/12/2017 10:01 AM

Yea that gap bugged me at 1st, but it was a whole different seat foam too,, and that is just the way it is. Actually it kind of let's more air into airbox area, with the battery in there I don't mind. As you can see I even still drilled holes into side pannels. No issues at all with seat gap. I have a new stock one just incase. I just like the real soft cushy foam.

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12/12/2017 7:43 PM

1HRCrider wrote:

Sorry already sold it.

K. Thnxz..

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Speak softly and carry a big stick.