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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-16-2012, 01:39 AM Thread Starter
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Trinity or fmf T4 with megabomb?

Im considering changing my fmf setup for a trinity system?

Only concerns are I dont want to lose hp, think the trinity may sound nicer but id rather sacrifice sound for power.

Think I'd be losing hp if i changed my fmf t4 with megabomb for trinity full exhaust?
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with my experience u probably will, i have used many exhaust on these bikes and fmf system is one of the best performing and quality pieces u can have on a kfx450, my dasa made a tick more hp at the top but less in the bottom of the power band. I think the fmf sounds great, i dont use the megabomb though, i use the powerbomb and they are a bunch of kawi guys switching to fmf exhaust. Another great sounding and performance exhaust is sparks and hmf on the kfx, but they are all so close.

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nahh i think if anything u might gain hp i run a pro circut that puts out more hp then a fmf and my trinity stage 5 put out abit more then my pro circut by the feel of it
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we dont do seat of the pants feel we dyno and pro circuit was at the bottom of all the exhaust we dyno tested, fuel atv tested about 10 exhaust same day same kfx and pro circuit was at the bottom as well on their test. quads pick up good gains with exhaust changes as where bikes barely do, it mostly moves the power around in the band on bikes as their not governed by the epa like quads. a full system on my 450 bike made a very little diff in power, but did pick up some. again they are all so close i wouldnt change exhaust thinking ur gonna pick up 3 hp over another exhaust.

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custom grind intake cam
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