What kind of exhaust should i get for 400

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I have an 2005 Honda 400ex it is the Yellow edition.. I was wondering if the pro circuit is the best exhaust for torque and power?... And I was wondering why they did the yellow for only one year?



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I have a 450, but Curtis Sparks makes an amazing pipe for the 400EX. HMF makes AWESOME pipes, FMF is another great brand that doesn't break the bank.

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hi i have fmf on my 400ex and it sounds very well. dont tink dere is much between dem power wise :)

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Be careful how much noise they make! Many states are enacting new, lower noise limits. Oregon, for example is 99 statewide and 93 at the dunes. They are soon to go 93 statewide!!! that makes MOST aftermarket pipes worthless..... so be careful you dont waste your money. You might check with a local ATV club and see what's planned for your state...

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