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Old 02-02-2016, 11:00 PM   #1
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Need help finding what spark arrestor/silencer to purchase for my CR125, without having to purchase entire muffler (if at all possible)... Any suggestions? I tried googling it, didn't really get anywhere.. Stock, 2004
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Incontinence think they make an insert for 2 stroke mufflers like they do thumpers. You can always make your own in a pinch out of some metal mesh. I'll keep looking around and see what I can find.
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Technically it's supposed to have us forestry approved on it. Just my .02.
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Incontinence think they make an insert for 2 stroke mufflers like they do thumpers. You can always make your own in a pinch out of some metal mesh. I'll keep looking around and see what I can find.
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Technically it's supposed to have us forestry approved on it. Just my .02.
Thank you both... would like to get something for this weekend, running out of amazon shipping time so I may my have to make a trip to a shop, if I can find what need locally...
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I just noticed my typo... It was supposed to read "I don't think they make one". I just found these guys though. Looks like they make end caps for 2 strokes too.

http://www.promotobillet.com/p-18643...7Cmake%3DHONDA
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Some of the silencers I've seen are just as cheap as spark arrestors I've seen.
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I'm running this on my 2003 CR 125

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...Silencer?v=495
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mines a 97, but the options seem to be either FMF or Pro Circuit. Cobra used to make a slip on sparky, but they quit making them.
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Like Kelly, I'm using a FMF turbine core II on my 08 KTM 144sx 2-stroke out there. Doesn't take away any power, sounds great, and is USFS approved.
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Thanks guys, gonna see if I can get one in before Saturday.
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My 300RR comes stock with an FMF can, but it has no spark arrestor screen. Ended up replacing the whole slip-on with another FMF that has a SA.

Even if I could do the same thing by stuffing the same type screen in the stock can, I wouldn't want to have to argue with a park ranger.
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