Exhaust Systems For 426


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  • ROCKMOUNTAINTHUMPER

Posted May 22, 2009 - 01:22 PM

#1

I'm in the market for an exhaust system for my 01 yz426f. I'm not looking to spend a ton of money(just got laid off:foul: )but want a good product. any suggestions??

  • ROCKMOUNTAINTHUMPER

Posted May 22, 2009 - 07:36 PM

#2

anything??????

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  • buzzgrizz

Posted May 23, 2009 - 07:01 AM

#3

old "D" shaped Dr.D should be on sale somewhere like motosport or bto i run one on my 426 and like it alot.

  • MuDPoUNdeR

Posted May 23, 2009 - 08:55 AM

#4

This post may make gray a little happier...

I have a Pro Circuit SS setup on my bike. The exhaust has the new style tip to it (looks good). I would recomend it. It comes with a silencer and quiets my 426 to about 95dcb. If you want it louder then just take it out :doh:

http://www.motosport...bCategoryID~122

FMF is another option for you. The FMF power bomb, Increase a little power and quite the bike down. Match that with a Powercore 4, Q4. FMF makes very reputable exhaust systems and at a very reasonable price.

Dr. D Another brand I'm sure many would swear to. You can ask someelse on there products I have never used them.

http://www.motosport...AHA;YZ426F;2002

I would not consider Akrapovic only because they do not make an exhaust for your bike.

Yoshimura makes an exhuast for you bike also. I'm sure it is good as well. You will have to go to ebay or www.motosport.com for that one though.

Your best bet is with pro circuit or FMF. There are other off brands you can find that make exhausts and maybe they work ok. I would buy those two brands because they will have what you need and what you are looking for as far as power and performance.

  • ROCKMOUNTAINTHUMPER

Posted May 23, 2009 - 01:50 PM

#5

This post may make gray a little happier...

I have a Pro Circuit SS setup on my bike. The exhaust has the new style tip to it (looks good). I would recomend it. It comes with a silencer and quiets my 426 to about 95dcb. If you want it louder then just take it out :doh:

http://www.motosport...bCategoryID~122

FMF is another option for you. The FMF power bomb, Increase a little power and quite the bike down. Match that with a Powercore 4, Q4. FMF makes very reputable exhaust systems and at a very reasonable price.

Dr. D Another brand I'm sure many would swear to. You can ask someelse on there products I have never used them.

http://www.motosport...AHA;YZ426F;2002

I would not consider Akrapovic only because they do not make an exhaust for your bike.

Yoshimura makes an exhuast for you bike also. I'm sure it is good as well. You will have to go to ebay or www.motosport.com for that one though.

Your best bet is with pro circuit or FMF. There are other off brands you can find that make exhausts and maybe they work ok. I would buy those two brands because they will have what you need and what you are looking for as far as power and performance.



perfect! thats the input i was looking for. thank you:thumbsup:





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