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PowerBomb Stainless Steel Header - 043289

  • Part #:
    435120
  • Mfg Part #:
    043289
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FMF

PowerBomb Stainless Steel Header - 043289

  • Part #:
    435120
  • Mfg Part #:
    043289
  • OEM/Ref#:
MSRP: $209.99

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FMF PowerBomb Stainless Steel Header - 043289
  • Unique internal PowerBomb allows sonics to expand and contract to ramp-up sonic acceleration, increase exhaust flow and add boost
  • Lessens decibels by staggering the soundwaves and is even trademarked
  • All FMF 4-stroke header systems are built from high-quality stainless steel to decrease weight and increase durability

Included Items:
(1) Header
(2) Heatshield mounts
(2) Clamps
Specifications
Part #: 435120
Mfg #: 043289
Color Silver
Type Head Pipe
Units Each
Weight 4.80 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
18220316
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Resources & Manuals
Fitment for FMF PowerBomb Stainless Steel Header - 043289

Part 435120 fits the following machines

Suzuki
  • DR650SE 1997-2009, 2011-2014

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Which silencer is recommended with this header?
A shopper on Sep 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Any that will fit models listed in fitment tab, I would use FMF to match the brand of the header
What kind of clamp do you use to connect to FMF muffler?
John K on May 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Muffler clamp?
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Good pipe for the money
although i don't quite understand the power bomb part the pipe was stainless steel and fit right on in place of the old pipe, after running the bike for about a month the stainless started to blue, some spots blotchy but it still looks nice and i put the stock muffler back on the bike and it's nice and quiet. it seemed more reasonable to go with an FMF pipe that costs around the same price as the factory one and the pipe from the factory isnt even stainless so you cant go wrong the shipping was great took only a few days.
July 6, 2013