FMF Factory Anodized Titanium 4.1 RCT Exhaust Range Review

Reviews  |  5 January 2016

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The So Cal based performance dirt bike exhaust company has been dominating the market since the early 70’s where the monoshock and watercooled engines were ground breaking innovations.

Usually one of the first performance upgrades added to a bike is a power pipe. They improve your horsepower output and make the bike look and sound a hell of a lot tougher.

The Factory 4.1 RCT incorporates the latest in FMF Resonance Chamber Technology™ both internally and externally. In addition a shorter overall length is less susceptible to crash damage and complementary to our Factory Forward Engineering - moving the muffler closer to the motor to centralize mass. The Factory 4.1 RCT is constructed from only aerospace grade materials that meet FMF’s exacting specifications and is manufactured 100% in a Southern California factory.

The FMF Factory 4.1 slip-on exhaust is the same exhaust that professional racers use to bring home championships around the world. The technology in this slip-on exhaust cannot be found in any other exhaust. Since the Factory 4.1 slip-on exhaust is meant to be used for competition, FMF made this pipe ready to take to the track straight out of the box.

You can bolt on a Megabomb header with an existing FMF Racing slip on for as much as a 3hp boost, plus the Megabomb actually reduces noises levels by as much as 1.5dB.

The Megabomb technology is revolved to produce more low end to mid range gains as well as broadening out the mid to top end power gains over stock. The Megabomb is best used for Motocross/Supercross and GNCC style trails. Used by Factory Teams, the Megabomb is the next level technology you can have today. Check out the FMF brand page here and see how much more power you can get for your bike today!

Ronnie Mac FMF

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3 May 2016

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