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Old 09-28-2009, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question which is louder and which one is more performance DG RCM2 FULL EXHAUST or HMF slip-on

just wanted to know which on is the loudest and which one is the best performer. And if I get the DG Full exhaust do I have to get a jet kit and air filter in order for it to run right?
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HMF is better, DG is out dated... the head pipe on the 350 is fine from the factory so a slip on will be fine for you
either way you will have to rejet
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hmfs are very loud without the qcores
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if you have the money, id go with a sparks. it might not be the loudest, but will get you some good power.
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Old 09-29-2009, 12:06 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Honestly there both bottom of the line up on #'s. The DG is a loud pipe. The HMF's are loud to. I wouldn't waste money on either, I would recommend on going sparks, ct, rossier, ron woods/etc. I would steer away from the cheaper pipes and keep in mind you get what you pay for. I had a dg before and still have one on my yfz. I will say after the one on my 400ex the dg cobra. It was a piece of junk. It kept breaking the bottom baffle retainer bolt off and it sent my baffle flying threw the air more than 4 occasions and was just too cheap. I would check to see if monster makes a single for that to. Paul at monsterquad makes some bad azz stuff. Check with the site sponsors they will hook you up with something good.
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