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Hi guys, I just finished rebuilding my kfx and plan in racing soon, it’s almost completely stock except for some alba accessories and itp rims and tires, I would like to know if there is anything else I should do to get my quad ready for the track.
I appreciate any info you guys may have!
 

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Hi guys, I just finished rebuilding my kfx and plan in racing soon, it’s almost completely stock except for some alba accessories and itp rims and tires, I would like to know if there is anything else I should do to get my quad ready for the track.
I appreciate any info you guys may have!
A steering stabilizer will benefit any racer on a rough track. New shocks dialed in for your application will also help along with the big three (exhaust, fci, controller).
 

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Your usually limited to 99db for racing

I’d opt for dasa’s 16” can 99db system.

Fuel customs Intake

Wider a arms, wider axle, tires, wheels, stabilizer, shocks



Is there any specific brand of muffler i should get, i was thinking an hmf competition series with a hmf tuner as well.
 

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The 99db version isn't spark arrestor compatible and has a smaller inner core. I'd avoid that and get a normal length DASA over the shorty if worried about decibels.
I don’t even see the quieter one offered anymore anyways.

It’s been awhile since I looked and it appears to be gone.
 

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The HMF is a nice woods pipe that offers good low-mid range. The Competition Series comes with three inserts to make it track or trail friendly. Don't skip on the FCI.
are there any models that come WITH a tuner so i would only need an FCI or will i just need to buy a tuner and FCI seperate
 
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