Wr400 Exhaust

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G'DAY GUYS JUST GOT RI OF MY WB E-SERIES PIPE AS IT WAS GIVING ME HEADACHES FROM THE NOISE....SO I AM IN THE MARKET FOR A NEW PIPE AND HAVE SEEN THE FMF POWERCORE 4 PIPE AND WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE HAS USED IT AND WHAT THE PERFORMANCE AND NOISE WAS LIKE

THANKS IN ADVANCE
 
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O'Mate,

It looks like the quietest, is in Europe and marketed under the name Arrow. It's quiet (don't know the decibels but, quiet enough for the GP's) and light (made from aluminium, I think?). I'm just starting to find out about this one.

I also have a dub-R, E-Series equipped and need to think about quieting the bike down for the trail. I'll keep the "E" for the track.

Stay tuned!

vetwfo'er
 
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I've got the FMF Powercore 4 SQ'd on my 00WR400. I feel that it is really too loud for woods riding. I can't tell if there is another thumper behind me or if its the sound of my bike echoing off of the trees. Nice power though.
 
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fmf powercore4

I had a power core IV on my '99 400-- Don't do it...
Say goodbye to all lowend and be prepared for a brutal midrange power plant plus the noise.

I currenlt have '01 wr 426 with supertrapp 'race series' --it rules and is fairly quiet... plus you can buy the additional baffle end for it....:think
 
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Hey OldMate

I just read on the fmfracing.com site about a new Q series pipe. Claims to be the most quiet on the market without hindering performance. FMF make good ****, try it out.

Birg.