DRD muffler packing

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  • rhinoracin

Posted February 13, 2014 - 12:12 PM


I have the aluminum DrD exhaust and was wondering what I should use to repack it for the first time... the Moose Racing "pillow sleeve" packing, or the DRD "roll pillow" packing? I have used the Moose packing on my other bikes with different brand exhausts, and I know it works good. But is the DRD packing better for their exhaust?


Also, I've put about 37 hours on my YZ since I installed the DrD. I recently noticed light grey marks going down the bottom of the muffler that looks like a stain from something, but I cant get it off. Could it be burn marks from the packing deteriorating? The decals on the muffler are fine though.

  • RLV199

Posted February 13, 2014 - 12:16 PM


Idk what to tell you other than don't use the fmf packing lol My packing blew out so i used that stuff and it was gone before the end of the first day. , sold the bike packingless

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  • Greg Pennsiltucky Lykens

Posted February 13, 2014 - 03:53 PM


get the DrD packing that has stainless steel wool core. That will last more than 6 hours...  worth the little extra money

  • rhinoracin

Posted February 13, 2014 - 04:30 PM


The moose pillow insert lasted quite a while.. well over 20 hours. But that was on 250s. Wouldnt the DRD packing be better? almost 40 hours and the bike isnt that much louder.

I have been running the spark arrestor if that makes a difference... does it?

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