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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-19-2019, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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Luckily no welding, one side bolts on to the exhaust and the other to the belly pan, to hold the belly pan in place. Having to measure and get the right length is a pain cuse the belly pan get's in the way. Check designcorse as they have a pic with all that its suppose to come with.


https://www.designcorse.com/products...-f3-b3-exhaust
I really appreciate all the information. I'm going to check it out and see what all is included with the exhaust. If anything I could order the missing parts from Designcourse. That also might bring him down a lot in price.

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Personally not a fan of this system, overall it does not compliment the sound of the bike, nor does it help with power.. but it does drop some serious weight, and helps with less heat.
Sold the one i had, but being on a F3 vs a dragster your needs are more than likely different than mine..

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Personally not a fan of this system, overall it does not compliment the sound of the bike, nor does it help with power.. but it does drop some serious weight, and helps with less heat.

Sold the one i had, but being on a F3 vs a dragster your needs are more than likely different than mine..
Thanks for your input. I'm open to the Hydro Tre or QD exhaust as well. I just personally like the appearance on the fm.

What exhaust did you grab in place of the fm?

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I agree on the looks, they are quite sharp and sexy!

I ended up with a high mount 60mm race system from Passerini performance (made by spark) much like a SC project.. Being i have a f3 800 i was interested in power, and also not having to pull the exhaust for tire swaps.

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I agree on the looks, they are quite sharp and sexy!



I ended up with a high mount 60mm race system from Passerini performance (made by spark) much like a SC project.. Being i have a f3 800 i was interested in power, and also not having to pull the exhaust for tire swaps.
Oh sweet! I love the SC projects so I'm sure yours looks great. Both power and the convenience of not pulling the exhaust are great reasons haha.

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Oh sweet! I love the SC projects so I'm sure yours looks great. Both power and the convenience of not pulling the exhaust are great reasons haha.

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Luckily no welding, one side bolts on to the exhaust and the other to the belly pan, to hold the belly pan in place. Having to measure and get the right length is a pain cuse the belly pan get's in the way. Check designcorse as they have a pic with all that its suppose to come with.


https://www.designcorse.com/products...-f3-b3-exhaust
That metal piece is not needed for a Dragster

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Oh sweet! I love the SC projects so I'm sure yours looks great. Both power and the convenience of not pulling the exhaust are great reasons haha.

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Just to clarify, you wont need to pull an FM Exhaust for a tyre swap on Dragster

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Just to clarify, you wont need to pull an FM Exhaust for a tyre swap on Dragster
Thank you for the clarification. Do you know which exhausts will need to be taken off for a tire change?

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Thank you for the clarification. Do you know which exhausts will need to be taken off for a tire change?

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np.

Sorry, I only know about the FM Project exhausts on Euro3 and 4 Dragsters.

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