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View Results: What aftermarket exhaust is on your Honda XR650L
Big Gun EVO - http://www.biggunexhaust.com/ex_mx_hon.html 3 3.16%
FMF Power Core - http://www.fmfracing.com/Products/Bi...5_HONDA_XR650L 8 8.42%
Pro Circut 496 - http://bit.ly/vccuVd 2 2.11%
FMF Q4 - http://www.fmfracing.com/Products/Bi...5_HONDA_XR650L 46 48.42%
White Bros - E2 (FYI - WB was bought by Vance & Hines) 13 13.68%
FMF Ti4 - Discontinued. 1 1.05%
XRs Only - http://bit.ly/sD74EI 12 12.63%
Supertrapp IDS2 - http://www.supertrapp.com/product_se...temID=611-3601 6 6.32%
Supertrapp Dirt Aluminum Racing Series - http://bit.ly/sCDrET 3 3.16%
Thumper Racing Ceramic coated oversize header and pipe. (Cannot find this one...) 1 1.05%
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Old 05-25-2012, 07:30 AM   #31
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Any update on this?
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:19 AM   #32
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Any update on this?
Sorry Grover. No update yet. I would encourage anyone who installed the subframe supports on their XR650L with an aftermarket pipe to chime in here or send us a PM with the information so we can update the website to help the next guy.

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Old 05-31-2012, 10:58 AM   #33
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I have the FMF Q4 also and bought a set of these. They are still sitting in a bag in my garage as I've been trying to decide if I wanted to get a different muffler, modify my current FMF Q4 or wait to see if you make an alternative. Looks like you are on that path.

Maybe you remember this pic when you first released them.



If there was a little more bend in the pipe, I think it would fit. From pics of the Big Gun EVO, I think it may bolt right up. Another option I've considered.
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Old 06-13-2012, 10:27 AM   #34
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I have the FMF Q4 also and bought a set of these. They are still sitting in a bag in my garage as I've been trying to decide if I wanted to get a different muffler, modify my current FMF Q4 or wait to see if you make an alternative. Looks like you are on that path.

Maybe you remember this pic when you first released them.



If there was a little more bend in the pipe, I think it would fit. From pics of the Big Gun EVO, I think it may bolt right up. Another option I've considered.
You might be right about the Big Gun EVO... unfortunately though no one is running that system that has responded to this poll.
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Old 06-25-2012, 10:32 AM   #35
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Quick update. I took off the FMF Q4 pipe yesterday just to see how far off it is. Basically where the nut is welded onto the pipe is only off about 1.5 inches. I am going to take it to a muffler place and get a bid on what it would cost to either move the nut or extend the pipe 2 inches to get the bracket on.





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Well, I went the route of extending the pipe. Took a little to get it right and back on but I'm so sold on the brackets after having them in my hands, I wanted to make them work.

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Any update on this? I am looking to get a Q4, but have you supports.

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Old 03-29-2013, 11:57 AM   #38
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Any update on this? I am looking to get a Q4, but have you supports.

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Hi Chris.

We couldn't get a good enough response to move forward on the project. Sorry to say that without a real response (= demand) there is little upside to developing a new sub-frame support. We have no real idea which pipes to build for.

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Old 04-22-2013, 10:40 AM   #39
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Fit my exhaust

Do you have a list somewhere of which aftermarket exhausts will fit the 'stock' supports you currently sell? I have White Bro. Thanks for your help.
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Old 04-22-2013, 10:50 AM   #40
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Do you have a list somewhere of which aftermarket exhausts will fit the 'stock' supports you currently sell? I have White Bro. Thanks for your help.
We do not have a list like that. To my knowledge the only pipe that fits with the Twisted Throttle subframe support is the stock pipe. As you can see a few people have modified their exhaust to fit with these supports which are super beefy and really do an excellent job.

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Old 07-22-2013, 09:34 AM   #41
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My XR's debaffled stock exhaust finally needs replacing due to a hole rusting through it, and I was googling exhaust options and stumbled upon this thread. Awesome that you guys are building subframe supports.

And then I found this, posted last April:

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As for Patrick (Trahan) - He had a hard fight for a while and treated his rehab like a job. Literally. I spoke to him a bout 6 weeks after the accident and he had an 8 hr daily schedule of workouts and PT. A year later (tomorrow) he will lead an adventure tour called "10 days Morocco Road & Off Road with Dakar Rallye rider Patrick Trahan". I'd say he is ahead of schedule. The doctors told him initially that he may never walk again.
Funnily enough, my friend David and I ran into Patrick in August up on the Trans-Labrador Highway; he and some others were filming a segment for a Canadian TV show, riding Honda NC700Xes. Great guy, and by that point he wasn't showing any obvious signs of being so fresh off such a recovery! Not bad for someone the doctors thought wouldn't walk again...

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