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August 17th, 2010, 01:31 PM   #21
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

I have an Fe390 and looking for a pipe. I'm guessing this one fits mine as well. Does it matter which one (powercore, 4.1, etc) I get? I'm unsure of the different product types.

Did any of you update the computer when you swapped out the pipe? Apparently there's a new map that goes with the akra pipe....

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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Originally Posted by fstclyz
I have an Fe390 and looking for a pipe. I'm guessing this one fits mine as well. Does it matter which one (powercore, 4.1, etc) I get? I'm unsure of the different product types.

Did any of you update the computer when you swapped out the pipe? Apparently there's a new map that goes with the akra pipe....

Thanks,

CD
just get the 4.1, it comes with a quiet insert and also another insert thing to help the noise or just run it without any insert, i don't find it too loud at all. Power is great.
Aussie bikes don't need a reflash, not sure on US bikes etc
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April 6th, 2011, 11:51 AM   #23
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Is the FMF Blue Ti for a Husaberg or does it have a KTM part #? I see both on Ebay but KTM one is more affordable

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

Then for Berg one http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWAX:IT
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

What if anything needs to be done to make the KTM can fit the Berg?
Has anyone gotten a dbA 20" test figure to verify that this unit will meet 96db or less?
Sure like that blue.
Compare/contrast to Q model? Very concerned about sound output.
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April 22nd, 2011, 08:23 PM   #25
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Some do come with the KTM can. My '10 FE450 did. Seems to be luck of the draw. The KTM can is a freer flowing straight through design while the "Berg can has a long end cap tube and the flow has to do 2 180s before exiting. The KTM can is easy to ID, it is stamped "KTM Krizman Spark Arrestor" on the inside on the body, near the end cap.

Diagram of the Husaberg can



KTM can that came on my bike





Front view of internal turbine spark arrestor.



Rear view of internal turbine spark arrestor.



End cap with star nut and screen removed.



Also shortened the end cap tube, which snugged up to the rear of the spark arrestor, about 3/4" so it is even with the angled brace visible in the first photo. The resulting sound and flow are just fine. It is louder than stock, but is by no means loud. Sounds perfect to me really. The can is heavier than an FMF Q, but I bet the flow and character of the sound is pretty close.

In summary, if my bike came with a "Husaberg can" I would proceed directly to the FMF can. On the other hand, if comes with the KTM can, mod it and save the money.
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Hi!

The only thing you did was grind the front tab...? Did you need to cut the spacer that connect to the mid-pipe? or it just fit fine? I ordered the same Powercore ti blue 4 for KTM, to be install in my 2010 Husaberg FX 450.

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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Originally Posted by bowser
Originally Posted by fstclyz
I have an Fe390 and looking for a pipe. I'm guessing this one fits mine as well. Does it matter which one (powercore, 4.1, etc) I get? I'm unsure of the different product types.

Did any of you update the computer when you swapped out the pipe? Apparently there's a new map that goes with the akra pipe....

Thanks,

CD
just get the 4.1, it comes with a quiet insert and also another insert thing to help the noise or just run it without any insert, i don't find it too loud at all. Power is great.
Aussie bikes don't need a reflash, not sure on US bikes etc
I second this opinion. This pipe is the way to go on the new 2011 570S. We do need a re-flash here in the States because the smog
rules here require this bike to be virtually emasculated to be legal. With this pipe, new data and the crap hardware removed, its
the beast it was meant to be.
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

I took my end cap off my 2010 FE 450 and see that it's the KTM style setup as others have noted for the 2010's. Will it do any real good to modify the inner tube that is after the sparky? Such as remove it entirely or simply cut it down? Or go to a aftermarket exhaust...akra or FMF.

I definately feel exhaust heat on the right side via the midpipe but not sure whether it's worth it to change. No problems with stalling, flame outs, etc., I've done the requisit fan, coated mid pipe, lined gas tank etc. Just bored from an injured shoulder from the MX track.
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

Originally Posted by LadyBerg
I took my end cap off my 2010 FE 450 and see that it's the KTM style setup as others have noted for the 2010's. Will it do any real good to modify the inner tube that is after the sparky? Such as remove it entirely or simply cut it down? Or go to a aftermarket exhaust...akra or FMF.
.... I think your bum is starting to look big in this..........



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May 17th, 2011, 11:00 AM   #30
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Re: FMF Ti Powercore in Blue Anodized installed on FE570

[quote="LadyBerg"]I took my end cap off my 2010 FE 450 and see that it's the KTM style setup as others have noted for the 2010's. Will it do any real good to modify the inner tube that is after the sparky? Such as remove it entirely or simply cut it down? Or go to a aftermarket exhaust...akra or FMF.

I would go with the akra, I have one on my 10 FE570 and I love it. Gave the bike more on the bottom end and with the spark arrestor fitted (it comes with it unlike the FMF can) it is still pretty quiet but has a good tone to it. I know it is a little more $$ than the FMF but the quality is better
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