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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 12-31-2018, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Dasa full exhaust or fmf full exhaust for my 2017? That is the question.

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Search feature is the answer
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YOSHI !! Shortest cleanest better quality in my opinion.

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Just looking for opinions of people running each of the exhausts. I've done a ton of internet research already have an idea just want real world knowledge.

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Rossier and Dasa are good too!
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Found these pics online love the way the dasa looks with the green lettering leaning twords dasa now.

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Looks bad ass
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Well I’m thinking about it too for my 19 yfz450R and from what I’ve saw most of the people recommend the Dasa , in my opinion Dasa looks way better and it’s loud as fk , and the gains is much better too so I think I’ll go with it !
I think the Dasa is just a better exhaust than the FMF good luck buddy!
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I'm going with the all black dasa with green letters. Can't wait to get it on.

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post #10 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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Running a uni mod intake, putting the full dasa on, keeping box lid on, what should I set my vortex at?

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Hey I'm new on this one I use to use yfz.net.
Anyway I'm looking for the isono pipe if you can give
Me the site or link I'd greatly appreciate it, thank you
Ahead of time you got some sweet looking bike$.
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Running a uni mod intake, putting the full dasa on, keeping box lid on, what should I set my vortex at?

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Why keep your air box lid on? If you are going to add a pipe take the lid off.... You will get way better power gains...
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Take the lid off. If you want to leave it on full exhaust isnít necessary. Slip on muffler will do. Or take the baffle out of your stock exhaust.


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I was worried that mud and dust would get in the box when I trail ride. I guess just clean filter every ride?

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I was worried that mud and dust would get in the box when I trail ride. I guess just clean filter every ride?

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I was worried that mud and dust would get in the box when I trail ride. I guess just clean filter every ride?

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If your out riding with friends and eating dust a lot yea every ride. If your out soloing I do every 10 hours. Keep a spare filter and a couple filter skins lying around so your not waiting for filters to dry.



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If your out riding with friends and eating dust a lot yea every ride. If your out soloing I do every 10 hours. Keep a spare filter and a couple filter skins lying so your not waiting for filters to dry.



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That's a good idea I'm going to add a few on my next order. Not digging the stock rear tires so I'm prolly gonna change them out too.

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Anyone try the gytr outerwear on a stock air filter?

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Wonít work. Wrong shape. Not rigid enough.


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