Fmf silencer with stock pipe

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  1. Robert Zumbro

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    I purchased a fmf turbine core silencer..not knowing the fmf fatty pipe is out of stock I guess until further notice.. well my question is can I use the fmf silencer with the stock pipe until I can get an fmf fatty pipe without jetting the carb or should I just wait until I can get a fatty pipe..
     
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    it will run the best .... right before it doesn't
    plug chops prevent that
     
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    Lean is mean. But too lean it won't be mean for long
     
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    I wanna purchase the v force reed cage and I keep getting mixed signals searching for one either it's v force 3 or 4 same for the reeds..idk which ones to go with bourbon or v force..carbon fiber or fiber..it's so damn confusing lol
     
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    3s are good. 4s would just be the newer version.
    Boyesen work well. Made in pa. I believe
     
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    When you buy the v force it already comes loaded with carbon fiber reeds and I didn't know that lol..I got the 4
     
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    Would this gasket kit work for when I do the jetting??
     

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    For the price it should come with assembly also:D
    Gasket should work. It's listed for yoyr model carb right
     

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