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hotrodheathen13

leo vince x3 ti series

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I am looking at getting a Leo Vince x3 system for my '05 yz450f. Has anyone tried it? What did you think of it (form, fit, function). I currently have the stock head pipe (custom bent with a big rock) w/ a '03 yz/wr 450 Pro Series t-4 can and pipe. I'm not very impressed with the PS but it has a spark arrestor and I got it for $100. I usually ride woods, tight trails; but also alot of fast stuff. I can't seem to find any info on how this setup works on the yz450f, so any help would be appreciated. Also what kind of pipe guard would offer the best protection?

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Replace the header, you lost power with the dented pipe. Personally, you're going to get much better the the PC set-up. But if you got cash to burn, get the system.

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I used the X3 system on our SM bikes(Burkhart and Pursley) during the '04 season. Very well built system and good power output. I did end up modifying the canister for more topend, but otherwise I was very happy with them.

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I used the X3 system on our SM bikes(Burkhart and Pursley) during the '04 season. Very well built system and good power output. I did end up modifying the canister for more topend, but otherwise I was very happy with them.

If you dont mind me asking what did you do to the canister ?

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Put a supertrapp megaphone inside it lol

Seriously though, I shortened it in 1/2 in. increments. 3" gave the most peak but killed the midrange. 2" gave the best results with good over-rev.

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