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Old 05-30-2010, 01:32 PM
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Default Idea to make FMF Q fit older bikes

Hey Guys,

So my FMF TC2 broke on my 03 GG200. I have seen a few threads on how to make the FMF Q fit the older bikes but I do not have the skills to weld Alu.

The parts crossover says a 94-98 KX subframe will work as a crossover. Does anyone know is that for sure correct? I assume that is for the pre 06 bikes since I don't think that chart has been updated for a while. If I order an FMF q for a 98 KX, does anyone know if that will bolt right up? Or atleast fit with fewer modifications than the model designed for the newer gassers.


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Old 05-30-2010, 01:52 PM
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The FMF will bolt up to the subframe, but the inlet pipe is different.
You will have to use the inlet pipe off the TC2 and weld it on to the Q.
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