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Old 02-13-2008, 09:52 AM   #21
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I've got the FMF Powercore GP on my k7 750 and I love it. It's all titanium so its super light compared to the stock system. I'd say at least 10lbs lighter.

The FMF slip on fits both the 750 and the 600.

There are two loudness options as well, by installing an extra piece during the muffler section installation you can make it a bit quieter. I left that piece out. Everyone who was at the dyno day at the end of last year at Powersports of Houston knows how loud my bike is.....

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