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Help ID exhaust

Postby scar77 » 09:15 pm Nov 11 2017

New to me 96 KDX200 came with this pipe and silencer. Been googling part numbers trying to figure out what I have. Is this the same as a gnarly woods pipe? or is it for an older KDX? It looks like someone may have modified the mount closest to the silencer to make it fit. There is also a crack in the silencer that you can see in below pic anyone repaired one of these? Thanks for any insight.
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Re: Help ID exhaust

Postby bufftester » 10:36 pm Nov 11 2017

The TDS3 is the FMF TurbineCore 2 spark arrestor. You can remove it, clean up the area and weld it up, or take it to a good muffle shop and they can repair it. Pipe looks like an older Gnarly Woods, but that part number is funky
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Re: Help ID exhaust

Postby Jason » 11:39 pm Nov 11 2017

Read on the FMF site about the Fatty series of pipes. FMF used to offer the Fatty for the KDX. Gnarly is one gauge thicker than Fatty.

Fatty has not been offered in the last ten years or sofor KDX.
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Re: Help ID exhaust

Postby canamfan » 07:29 pm Nov 12 2017

k30 is rev pipe k35 is torque pipe
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