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Old 10-10-2012, 02:36 PM   #1
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I have an older Honda Sportrax 400EX and I'm looking to put on a slip-on exhaust..I've been searching used (just can't justify dumping a ton of money into an older machine) and can't seem to find much. I've found a few on Ebay but people bid them up to the price of a new one..

Anyone have a functional slip-on like an HMF, FMF, Yoshi, DG, etc. that they're willing to sell? Let me know what you've got, thanks!
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You didn't look hard enough.. Check out EXRIDER.COM
Everything you wanna know about that bike will be there. I'm a big fan of the Curtis sparks X6 pipe. That's a good system for a modded bike which I know you said didn't wanna get into.
I just found a full HMF used exhaust for 200.00 and that's a good price.
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Thanks, I'll have to check out exrider.com. I was finding full used systems like HMF (which I agree is a good system for the price) but I can get a brand new HMF slip-on for $219, I'm having a hard time justifying buying a used system for $200, ya know? I know its full vs. slip-on but at the same time its still brand new vs. used lol. I'll keep my eyes peeled.
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No problem.

Doesn't take much to make that bike run good.

A lot of guys are using the 04-05 450r carb ( 39mm)
And pop in a cam. I love the TC 926grind. It's a more of a cross country cam.
The 400ex header pipe is small so you would benefit getting the full HMF system. You could buy used exhaust and then paint the header paint with heat/exhaust black paint. After all it is a quad.
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Yeah the 400EX is tried and true, I love it, I'm just constantly looking to do little bolt on's to make it run with the 450's I ride with. I'll be honest though, on the trails we ride, the 400 is a champ, they pull away on straight-aways but i'm right there with them. Ideally I wanna put 450R front forks on it and jet it with a full exhaust, but like I said, trying not to dump too much into an older machine. I'm with you though, its a quad, not a show piece lol
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