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Pro Moto Spark Arrestor

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Has anyone tried the Pro Moto Spark Arrestor,its a great concept but I would like to hear from someone about the instalation and performance.

Thanks.

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I use one on my 01 and like it. Its easy to install if you have a rivet gun, it comes with all the necessary hardware and is pretty much idiot proof. No performance gain or loss, just a spark arrestor.

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A buddy of mine has one and reports results consistent with the previous post. I have one on order and will likely have my E-Series for sale once I get everything up and running...

Merf

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Originally posted by Merfman:

I have one on order and will likely have my E-Series for sale once I get everything up and running...

Merf

Just curious. What is the advantage of running the stock exhaust with a spark arrestor as opposed to an E series?

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The pro moto end cap works great. If you ask them for the 6mm screws they will include them. Go out and buy 6mm tap a few bucks at you local hardwear store. Drill out the rivets, tap and screw in. Done! The next time you need to repack the stocker its eazy

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ciscott, that's exactly what I did. Great product and great people to deal with!

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Originally posted by CAL:

Just curious. What is the advantage of running the stock exhaust with a spark arrestor as opposed to an E series?

I'm hoping that it'll be a little bit quieter to a 20", 90 degree sound meter. The ESeries projects the sound at a 90 degree angle, right towards the meter. Whether or not it works is an exercise in hope though.

Merf

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Hokie, yes the end-cap is easily removed (via the four screws mentioned) for removal of the screen.

[ May 07, 2002: Message edited by: dirtdad ]

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Has anyone with the PMB been sound tested? Mine does not sound as loud with the sparkie in, but I may have to much wax/sand build up, surfers ear to make a good call.

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Just a quick Q:

The end cap screws off to make the spark arrestor easy to take in/out?

(I'm not talking about the part that you can rivet in or tap out then screw in, but the actual nozzle end cap.)

I want a SA for the forest but not for the track.

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