Please select make, model and year2-Stroke Pipes
If you’re part of the 2-stroke crowd, you recognize the raw mechanical power that is inherent in each and every 2-stroke dirt bike. And you probably also know that the exhaust pipe is one of the secrets to harnessing even more power. When it’s time to find a new 2-stroke pipe, you know that you can count on the industry leader for dirt bike parts: Rocky Mountain ATV/MC! We carry many 2-stroke pipes. Whether you want to improve your dirt bike’s power through the low RPM range or want to get an extra boost on the top end, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
We carry two-stroke pipes from two of the leading brands in exhaust pipes: FMF and Pro Circuit. To find a pipe that fits your motorcycle, just enter your bike’s make, model and year into the parts finder. We’ll show you what’s available for your particular machine. It’s never been easier to find a new two-stroke pipe! (If you’re just looking for a stock replacement, take a look at our OEM parts.)
Whether you’re looking for something specific like the FMF “Fatty Moto” or just want to see what 2-stroke pipes might be available for your individual dirt bike, you know that you can always count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to deliver!
sauza in British Columbia
tried a gnarly pipe and a fatty. gnarly is a good pipe for low speed rugged terrain, problem is when you get in open terrain with more high speed it takes a while to open up. fatty i prefer. It's a good all around pipe, it's like stock pipe but thicker steel. I ride both terrains, tight and open range. It pulls great at low rpm and opens up fast in open terrain... If you ride all around terrain, want torque at low rpm and quick responce on higher rpm, you want the fatty.Read All Reviews
cody in MO
Love the look of the factory finish pipes and as always FMF makes quality products. The pipe bolted right up and seems to compliment the power of my yz300 very well. Only downside to the factory raw finish is keeping it clean and oiled to keep it from rusting. However don't let that make you decide against it...grab some light scotch brite pads and some oil or wd40 and it cleans right back up.Read All Reviews