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The only thing I have found in the way of aftermarket headers for the 300EX is from HMF.

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I don't know if they sell the head pipe separate from the whole system or not;but I got a full system FMF exhaust for my 250X(uses the same exhaust as 300EX)for around 300 bucks.Hope this helps

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