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FMF Leads In OHV Exhaust Sound Education

Tuesday, January 6, 2009
The FMF Powerline full-system exhaust is an example of FMF's dedication to lowering noise while increasing performance.
The FMF Powerline full-system exhaust is an example of FMF's dedication to lowering noise while increasing performance.
The world's leading aftermarket performance motorcycle exhaust manufacturer is announcing its continuing commitment to the sport through rider education and new product development. For the sixth consecutive year, FMF Racing has teamed up with the BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) to help educate off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts about the need to utilize quiet mufflers on public and private lands.

The announcement included news that 2009 will mark yet another step in progression towards the future as FMF Exhaust works diligently every day to offer customers high-quality, 100% American Made off-road exhaust systems that push the envelope to produce less sound and open more ground. FMF has also introduced its new Re-Pack kit, an easy-to-use muffler repacking kit along with a how-to video that can be viewed at www.fmfracing.com. "The Q series exhaust have all the key benefits, noise below 94dBA, sleek design, and lightweight feel," stated Donny Emler Jr., FMF's marketing director.

FMF's Q systems were first developed in anticipation of the 96dB sound limit that became law in California in January 2003. Now, FMF is racing in professional series, such as GNCC and Supercross, with 94dBA exhaust technology that is also offered to the public.

Don Emler, FMF Racing's founder and president, explains, "I am proud that FMF pioneered the effort to offer performance while at the same time reducing excessively loud OHV exhaust noise. I have built a state of the art facility in Southern California and am proud that we can offer customers a great American Made product under one roof."
"FMF is also proud of our 6-year partnership with the Coalition and of our five thousand dollar support grant to the BRC's sound testing program for OHVs. Riding properly-muffled bikes will help keep both private and public areas open for motorized recreational use," Emler said.

Don Amador, Western Representative for the BlueRibbon Coalition, said, "Even in these difficult economic times, FMF continues to show its commitment to the OHV community via its leadership through this program. It has made a positive difference already and will continue to help keep riding areas open for generations to come."

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keith flowers -lookinf for new pipes  May 19, 2009 01:33 PM
have an vtx 1800 wanting a deeper sound not too loude but throuty sound, deep What would you recomend,