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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-18-2012, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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FMF exhaust for 675

This could be interesting:


http://www.fmfracing.com/Products/Bi...PH_DAYTONA675R

But its $2000 bucks, which is more expensive than an arrow or an Akrapovic full system. Still I'd love to hear it in person.
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Is FMF a good exhaust? It's expensive, but I've never heard, seen, or known anyone that had one.

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Is FMF a good exhaust? It's expensive, but I've never heard, seen, or known anyone that had one.
I've seen em on Dirt Bikes ...
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Jason Disalvo got 2nd at the Daytona 200 with this system on his Daytona 675, so I'd assume its decent... probably not something people would recommend running on the street though.
http://www.daytonainternationalspeed...0-Results.aspx
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I can understand the Titanium/Carbon setup going for $2000 but $1600 for SS/Carbon???
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