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Old 05-10-2011
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How did the pipes turn out ?
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Hey mate I have been having the same issues finding a pipe for my '00 RMX . Been going around in circles trying to find a replacement (was told recently a '94 RM Pro-Circuit pipe with some mods would work).

Could you let us know how you get on with the FMF pipe (I was also looking @ the Gnarly). Hope it's going to be a reasonably good fit
Yep, it needs the front mount changed but it fits fine. I always ran PC pipes on my RMXs. The beauty of PC pipes is that they can be had in bare steel (easy to blow out/repair) and they're even stronger than an FMF.
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Yep, it needs the front mount changed but it fits fine. I always ran PC pipes on my RMXs. The beauty of PC pipes is that they can be had in bare steel (easy to blow out/repair) and they're even stronger than an FMF.
I heard that the PC pipes are stronger (and built better) than FMF but always get differing opinions.
So your saying that the '94 Rm PC pipe would fit my '00 RMX just with a bracket (lower mount) moved to suit?
How would the spring loops go with the RMX springs or would I need to upgrade/change to RM springs (have noticed they look longer & thinner than mine)?
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try myshop09 on ebay - give him the part number and he'll supply it.... has been very helpful
Have you got your new pipe on yet mate? Interested to hear how it all went (hopefully relatively trouble free).
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sorry for the late response, pipe is fitted and a pipe gaurd has been made to suit.

The pipe needed some bending at the engine end and some new brackets were made for securing the pipe, we also ended up heating and bending the muffler pipe a little as well.....

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Got a gnarly pipe from us for 95 rmx, all fitted up very well,didn't have to do anything,made a big difference to bottom/mid range power, but also made it a lot louder
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I got a FMF fatty pipe
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The part numbers are:

Fatty pipe : 020104
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I know for a fact that these fit a 98 and a 99 Rmx250(Australian type).
Just for some added info:
I bought the exact same fatty and it required some bending at both ends. I eventually go it fitted but still a bit dodge. Bottom bracket didn't match, will have to make another bracket.
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Mine fitted ok but I did not use that bottom brace or bracket at all.
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I have a 99/00 model...fitting the 20290 silencer and 20109 pipe for 99/00 RM 250...will let you know how I go.
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Hey mate I have been having the same issues finding a pipe for my '00 RMX . Been going around in circles trying to find a replacement (was told recently a '94 RM Pro-Circuit pipe with some mods would work)
It's the '95RM PC pipe that goes on our 98-00 RMXs.

As much as I love FMF pipes, the PC pipes for that bike are a cut above IMO.
Very little mods required. Just one spring loop needs moving.
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