if its for the raptor 350 or the warrior ANY full exhausts will not make any diffrence compared to a slip on...the after market head pipe dosnt produce hardly any, if any, more power then the stock head pipe....so the only way to get more power is with the silencer or slip on, what ever you wonta call it,...if i were you id just get a slip on...if you had the exact same pipe, slip on and full, you would not fill a diff between the two..the only diff would be the way it looked...if i were you i wouldnt get a full ..thats the only reason why hmf dosnt make a full pipe because it would ony raise the price, costing people more for something that did nothing...the stock head pipe is already big enough prob be able to go on a 450 so dont worry about wasting your money on a full unless you want it to look better.
but if you are gonna get a full id get the dmc..if it was a suziki the yoshi would be the one to get .....im prob gonna end up with a full yoshi carbinfiber for my rappy 660
but if you wanta save some money get the hmf slip on...its only 200$ and they come powder coated alot diff colors or just regualer polish alunimum :hey: :razz:
The pro staff told me to get a full yoshi because the head pipe is always a bottle neck. But I guess it is all based on opion but if you notice most pros put on full exuasts systems for a reason and the reason is because they work. Go with a yoshi www.smimotorsports.com has a really good deal on them.
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