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Do you have a 2-stroke quad? If you’re looking for a power gain, engine sound enhancement and sweet way to trick out your quad’s looks all in one package, an ATV 2-stroke pipe is perfect for you.
To get started, help us display the right pipes for your quad by entering your machine’s make, model and year in the drop down menu. We save you the hassle and cut straight to the chase. If it’ll fit, we’ll let you know.
There’s nothing quite like the distinctive looks, sound and feel of a 2-stroke pipe, and you won’t be disappointed by the high quality pipes that we carry here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Each one comes from a well-known and reputable company. For example, you can’t go wrong with a “Fatty” or “Gnarly” pipe from FMF, and if you ride a Banshee, you’ve almost definitely heard good things about the Toomey T-5. If you’re wondering how other people feel, take a look at the customer reviews – nothing beats that.
Don’t delay; pick up a new 2-stroke pipe for your ATV today!
josh in WV
I purchased pro circuit about 2 years ago for 2010 yz250. And it never fit correct. I thought maybe I got bad pipe. I have had several other brands and they all fit fine. So I gave pro circuit another chance and just purchased another pipe. Same issue these pipes are not rite for this application. Disappointed. I had to purchase a replacement. That last pro circuit I buy.Read All Reviews
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