DG Exhaust

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  1. Noxtol

    Noxtol Member

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    Hey Ya'll.
    So my 93 blaster has some mods from the previous owner,
    orange powder coated frame
    4'' wheel spacers each side
    nerf bars
    grab bar
    race front plastics
    tors removed

    But. it as a "DG" Exhaust on it, have you heard of it before? are these good systems or should i spend the money for an FMF.
     
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    hi im new how do i post something i need some help
     
  3. Awk08

    Awk08 Administrator Staff Member Technician

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    The DG is slightly better than the stock pipe, it's basically the same with the internal baffles removed.
    Get the FMF , a range of main jets from 270 - 310, and a six pack of B8ES plugs for plug chops to determine main jetting required
     
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    Awk08 Administrator Staff Member Technician

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    On the main home page, scroll down to find the section that best matches your post .... carb questions in the carb section, engine in the engine section, etc.
    click the sub section you'd like to post in, at the upper right corner of each section you'll see a "post new thread" button
    click it, name your post, type in your question, and below hit "create thread"

    (No biggie if you post in the wrong section, I'll move it to the correct place and you'll get a notification of that)
     
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