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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-02-2019, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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400ex vs 350

Alright guys so my friend is going to buying a 400ex and well I need to beat him, so what are some mods that I can do to keep up with or beat him, so far I have a 14 sproket, and I’m going to get a fmf slip on and kn air filter, would that be enough to keep up with a 400ex
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-03-2019, 05:02 PM
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Pretty sure you won't get much power increase with just a slip on. Think of it like this: the exhaust air will only flow as fast as the smallest part of your exhaust. With a slip on, its the whole front half of your exhaust! Best to go with a full system. Good idea with the air filter. Perhaps you can swiss cheese the lid or even run without it. The more air in and out the better.

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Ok the 400ex is all stock
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Never rode a 350 so i dont know how much power difference there is. As said, full exhaust is better than slip on. Bigger intake, jet kit. After that - headwork, high comp piston, cam if they are available?? Might be cheaper to get something else...

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