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looks very nice, whats it sound like?
 

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Brmm Brmm LOL.

Thumpy at tickover and if you blip it, but cruising speeds sounds pretty similar to the original.

Not tried it without the insert.
 

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FMF have always made a good product, nice tapered mid section a decent length as to not lose bottom end.
 

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How much did that run you?
 

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FMF have always made a good product, nice tapered mid section a decent length as to not lose bottom end.
I'm new to this, how does the length equate to bottom end performance? I guess the prime example of short pipe would be the M4 SS? Is it TOO short, then?
 

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Magona250: have you gotten a chance to try it without the tip? I was looking at the M4 street slayer but I think I may like this one better... How much lighter do you think it is then the stock pipe, and is it as low pitch and bassy as it sounds in the vids I have found? Any butt dyno increases?
 

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Magona250: have you gotten a chance to try it without the tip? I was looking at the M4 street slayer but I think I may like this one better... How much lighter do you think it is then the stock pipe, and is it as low pitch and bassy as it sounds in the vids I have found? Any butt dyno increases?
Roughly 10 pounds lighter.
 

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nope, not tried it without the insert. Weighs about 1/4 of the stock at a guess. Power gains? dunno, never used the original one, I was too embarrassed.
 
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