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December 16th, 2009, 09:17 PM   #11
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I have an 505SX pipe with a sparky on my bike (2009 450). Fit's perfect.
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December 17th, 2009, 12:29 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by cyclesoul

Crankn, even before ktm bought husaberg there was a lot of parts cross over between the two brands. The 09/010 FE bergs are 80-90% the same mechanically and suspension wise with their KTM brothers. they share ALOT of part numbers!

Its really cool that the bikes still have very seperate and different personalities considering this!
Hmmm, just thought that because the motor was a completely different setup then the exhaust would be different as well...... i suppose a can is a can though.....
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Originally Posted by CrankN
Originally Posted by cyclesoul

Crankn, even before ktm bought husaberg there was a lot of parts cross over between the two brands. The 09/010 FE bergs are 80-90% the same mechanically and suspension wise with their KTM brothers. they share ALOT of part numbers!

Its really cool that the bikes still have very seperate and different personalities considering this!
Hmmm, just thought that because the motor was a completely different setup then the exhaust would be different as well...... i suppose a can is a can though.....
In reality almost all of the internal parts of the motor are the same as the KTM XC4 engine. Just put together "better".
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December 17th, 2009, 03:54 PM   #14
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your right the exhaust is very different, but the can is very similar, very easy mods to bolt it up (some filing of the mount tabs).

Besides the side cases, fuel injection and an extra oil circuit to pump oil out of the head, the engine is essentially the same!
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where is the pics of the blue can fitted?
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February 4th, 2010, 02:02 PM   #16
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Here's a couple camera photos from earlier this winter. You could make it an even closer match if you pulled off all of the FMF steel sticker stuff at the end, it'd be just blue and titanium then. I had a vid of it running, will try to find and post. Loving the power, sound and weight reduction... best mod for the bike I've done so far.



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February 27th, 2010, 12:50 PM   #17
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

I just bought a FMF TiQ4 silencer on KTKtalk last week. Good thing because when I looked at my bike this morning I saw that my studded tire wore a 6 inch long hole in my stock silencer. I knew it was hitting every once in awhile but never imagined it would wear right through it. Stiffer springs just moved up the priority list. My concern is I just bought a size 120-100/18 Pirelli MT16 tire. Is anybody running this tire and if so, any problems with it rubbing on the silencer?
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

I don't know about that tire, but I still have the stock Bridgestone on my bike and it has rubbed the stock silencer from the beginning. Not badly, but you can see that it rubs.
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

i just bought a FMF 4.1 Ti and fitted it to my FX450 last night. Can't wait to twist the throttle in the desert this weekend. The shorty FMF looks so neat and feels much lighter than stock.

Lovely pics, but I have to say it would just kill me to wheel the scoot out of the garage, look at that grey sky and snow, and have to put it away again, until warmer days...

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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

The FMF 4.1 Ti pipe works just great - everything I expected and more. Not much louder, yet noticeably more power through the rev-range.

More power off the bottom makes it that much easier to loft the front wheel and hold the wheelie effortlessly.

Feels like I have picked up some more revs at the top end of the rev range.

The Ti pipe is a lot lighter than the stock unit.

The added grunt adds to the silky smooth magic carpet ride of the Berg.
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