400 EX Slip On System Full System
Honda
400 EX
Installation: Slip On & Full System
Please Read Carefully
Read all instructions before installation. Make sure the vehicle and exhaust system are completely cool & on level
ground before installation. You should have some mechanical knowledge and a basic set of tools. (A lift, center
or rear stand will help.) We advise that this installation be done by a qualified technician. If this is a street vehicle,
you may need to modify or replace your stock license plate bracket and turn signals. Please consult your local
dealer. Check your local laws to make sure you are in compliance. HMF is not responsible if you are not.
Slip On System
Stock Slip On Removal
Full System
Stock Full System Removal
1.
Make sure the bike is on level ground and completely cooled down.
1.
Make sure the bike is on level ground and completely cooled down.
2.
Loosen the Stock Clamp that holds the Silencer and Head Pipe together.
2.
Loosen the Stock Clamp that holds the Silencer and Head Pipe together.
3.
Loosen the Silencer Mounting Bolts.
3.
Loosen the Silencer Mounting Bolts.
4.
Brace the back to the Silencer with one hand, and take the Bolts the rest of the
4.
Brace the back to the Silencer with one hand, and take the Bolts the rest of the
way out.
way out.
5.
Pull back and twist until the Silencer is removed.
5.
Pull back and twist until the Silencer is removed.
6.
Remove the stock Gasket off the Header, you will no longer need it with the
6.
Loosen the Bolts on the Header Port. Once loosened, support the pipe with
HMF Silencer.
one hand and remove.
HMF Slip On Installation
1.
HMF Full System Installation
Slide the T-Bolt Clamp over the end of the HMF Silencer and then slide
1.
Slide the T-Bolt Clamp over the end of the HMF Silencer and then slide
the HMF Silencer onto the Head Pipe. Some pushing and twisting may
the HMF Silencer onto the Head Pipe. Some pushing and twisting may
be necessary.
be necessary.
Mount the Silencer with the Stock Bolts or the supplied hardware and
2.
Mount the Silencer with the stock Bolts and the supplied hardware.
tighten.
3.
Tighten the T-Bolt Clamp to secure the Silencer to the Head Pipe.
3.
Tighten the T-Bolt Clamp to secure the Silencer to the Head Pipe.
4.
With most applications, re-jetting is a necessity.
4.
With most applications, re-jetting is a necessity.
2.
Recommended Slip-On Jetting Specifications:
165/170 Keihin Hex
Recommended Full System Jetting Specifications:
180/200 Keihin Hex
These settings are to be used as a starting point and were determined on our dyno at 900ft - 60oF.
These settings are to be used as a starting point and were determined on our dyno at 900ft - 60oF.
The final tuning is up to the customer. For more information about tuning, visit www.HMFracing.com.
The final tuning is up to the customer. For more information about tuning, visit www.HMFracing.com.
Warranty Information
Having trouble? We can help.
All HMF exhaust systems are covered by a limited warranty described on the
If you’re still having trouble with your installation, visit www.HMFracing.com and
enclosed warranty card. Mapping/Jetting and installation are the responsibility
contact us by e-mail, Forums, or by calling 866.HMF.PIPE
of the customer. HMF Performance exhausts are designed for closed-course
competition use only.
This exhaust, EFI Controller, air filter, jet kit is not intended for use/sale in California and does not meet California, Federal, EPA, CARB noise or emission standards for on road/highway, public, private or state land and is prohibited
for use by Federal law. This exhaust, EFI Controller, air filter, jet kit is intended for use in “closed course competition off road racing use only” on machines which do not fall under the California, Federal, EPA, CARB noise or emission
standards. Modifications which exceed California, Federal, EPA, CARB noise or emission standards on non “Closed course competition off road racing use only” vehicles is prohibited by Federal law.
FOOTNOTE: 2006 and newer motorcycles with head/tail lights OEM from the manufacturer and every all terrain vehicle, even those intended for off road closed course competition use, are considered California, Federal, EPA CARB
noise or emission controlled vehicles. Vehicle emission control information is noted in the owners manual and on the machine air box lid and exhaust muffler. Any modifications which exceed the California, Federal, EPA , and CARB
noise or emission standard is prohibited by Federal LAW.
HMF
5111 W. 164th St, Brook Park, OH 44142
866.HMF.PIPE
www.HMFracing.com
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