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silencer or muffler for my karizma zmr

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  • silencer or muffler for my karizma zmr

    i am thinking to fit a free flow silencer on my ZMR,
    i like the sound of it, but not sure about the effects of it on my bike,
    like mileage increase or decrease, will it make my engine hot, etc.
    please aslo suggest me any other modification, i stay at ahmedabad.

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    Query Approved.
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    • #3
      Except for the loud sound there is no proven (on dyno) benefit from free flow exhaust. try some other mods to increase power
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      • #4
        try to contact joel he might help u with a ffe

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        • #5
          Originally posted by RogueRider View Post
          Except for the loud sound there is no proven (on dyno) benefit from free flow exhaust. try some other mods to increase power
          I think you are mistaken my friend, a properly tuned Free Flow Exhaust can make quite a difference even on dynos, trust me.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by abhayshanu View Post
            I think you are mistaken my friend, a properly tuned Free Flow Exhaust can make quite a difference even on dynos, trust me.
            +1...Free flow exhaust can definitely improve the performance by a margin, provided you get your bike tuned after installing it i.e. by increasing the jet size & making the mixture rich.Its suggested to get the bike properly tuned after installing a free flow exhaust system.

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            • #7
              search for KRP racing products...however such products do not lasts long
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