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What kind of Header is this?

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So when I bought my 426f from the PO, I received an entire box of spare parts and in there was this header. I have no idea who makes this or if it is even made/compatible for the 426. It is larger than OEM and made of Titanium, anybody know anything about this Header?

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Edited by underground-mpyre

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Probably a YZ OEM header

 

I don't think so. Doesn't the YZ OEM have a heat shield? And I don't think the YZ OEM is titanium either.

Edited by woods-rider

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Most YZ headers are Titanium, and some year WR's too.

 

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But yours has an aluminum flange, with is not stock

Probably old FMF.

Edited by Kah Ran Nee

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I would like to use it, just is this something recommended for the 426f? I have looked at a few aftermarket headers and the FMF has a exhaust chamber versus this straight through header. Any thoughts?

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I would like to use it, just is this something recommended for the 426f? I have looked at a few aftermarket headers and the FMF has a exhaust chamber versus this straight through header. Any thoughts?

Ride it with both the stock and that one. Then decide for yourself.

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I am hoping it will fit into a FMF Q4 muffler. If it does, I am going to have it ceramic coated inside and out to keep the heat down and away from the rubber radiator coolant hoses. The front bend is a good 3/4's of an inch closer than stock to the motor and hoses.

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