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FMF Racing Launches All-New 2014 YZ450F Exhaust Systems

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Available now, FMF Racing would like to introduce the new product line for the 2014 Yamaha YZ 450.  Developed over the 2013 season with Yamaha and the JGR/Toyota MX program,  FMF has utilized Yamaha’s new design to provide the best performance on the market.  Available now through your local Yamaha Dealer or FMF Racing.

 

 

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I've been running this new exhaust for a little over a week. Love it. 5.6 lbs versus the stock 9 lbs. sounds great and noticeable power gains. Especially from the mid to top end. I am looking forward to some dyno tested map info.

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I've been running this new exhaust for a little over a week. Love it. 5.6 lbs versus the stock 9 lbs. sounds great and noticeable power gains. Especially from the mid to top end. I am looking forward to some dyno tested map info.

 

Checkout the first post. He added a dyno chart for you. :thumbsup:

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