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Honda Trx250ex 250ex Fmf Power Core 4 Exhaust 01-2014 on

US $258.95

Mount Vernon, Ohio, United States

Mount Vernon, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:FMF Manufacturer Part Number:041269

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You are bidding on a brand new FMF POWER CORE 4 EXHAUST SLIP ON!Will fit the following HONDA

TRX250EX, years 01-2014

  • Aluminum performance muffler with durable stainless steel components
  • Completely redesigned for all late model applications
  • Removable spark arrestor included

NOTE: Picture may not be of Actual PIPE, HOWEVER, you will recieve the the FMF PIPE for the bike/quad listed in the sale!

We carry a full line of PISTONS, BIG BORE KITS, EXHAUST, TRACKS, REEDS,  you name it we have it.

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