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    Quote Originally Posted by acecarlos View Post
    I know a few collectors, give me a call


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    Is it possible true mail. I live in Belgium

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    Yes, how about WhatsApp?


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    Quote Originally Posted by acecarlos View Post
    Yes, how about WhatsApp?


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    That's possible. PM

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    PM is fine


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    Quote Originally Posted by ct350trx View Post
    This is the Sparks that I'm talking about.



    If I change the stinger to 1 1/8" could I use it on a 363 motor? Now it is 1". Or is it better to buy a completely other exhaust?
    You could or find a 330 HR sparks, Sparks pipes aren't all that rare more guys have them and just sit on them. Are you looking TT or MX?
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    MX pipe

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    For what it's worth, I have an ESR310PV and had a FMF on it and switched to a CT mid. It really woke the motor up, mainly on the bottom and mid. Had a good hit right off-throttle and really seemed to pull much harder till it got into the upper range. I don't spend a lot of time up there so I didn't really notice much of a difference in the top end but the bottom end was really like running a completely different motor.
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