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mywifefarts

yz450f White Bros E2

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Simple, check out any factory yamaha racing before 2008, like the picture below of Heplers ride (Langstons was the same), it's the White Bros pipe. I have one on my 2004 YZ450. It's nice. You can also get it in various materials so you don't break the bank.

http://www.motocross.com/files/Hepler_Yam_sm.jpg

Do you know if the E2 is the same length as the Carbon or Aluminum Pro?

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The aluminum pro and carbon pro tuck in nicely behind the number plate, the e2 sticks out.

Since I have an '07 YZ header, I have the e2 for an '07 YZ 450f.

WBE2endcap.jpg

WBE2.jpg

If you can find a carbon or aluminum pro, you can fit the e2 spark arrestor insert in w/o any problems.

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I liked the E2 alot but it just sticks out too far for my taste, the versatility of it is really nice though because it meets the DB level out here in Ca no problem when plugged. But i switched too the FMF powercore and im in love with it plus it looks cooler IMO.

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I've got the E2 on my '03. It's definately a long pipe compared to the Thunder Alley that I had before. It took a little getting used to, but I don't even notice it any more and I love how quiet it is.

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MY white bros aluminum pro 2 came with that sparky and end cap and an oped end cap. I use the open end cap way more power.

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