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FMF explains how they make exhuast pipes

Published December 20th, 2011

FMF, also known as the Flying Machine Factory, gave us a tour of their racing facility. Their facility, which is over 90,000 square feet in size, is where they make their world famous exhuast pipes, both two-stroke and four-stroke.

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Danny Laporte and Donnie Elmer show us how FMF pipes made

You’ll be surprised on what goes into making an exhaust pipe! And did you know it takes five times longer to make a four-stroke mx exhaust pipe compared to making a two-stroke pipe?

Here at “Big D’s Garage”, or sometimes called “The Vault”, Donny Emler Jr. and 1981 250 World Motocross Champion Danny LaPorte show us the 411 on FMF and how they make their pipes. Flying Machine Factory exhaust pipes are used on bikes worldwide, like the one ridden by 2011 AMA Supercross Champion Ryan Villopoto!

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FMF Megabomb pipes


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