Header Pipe to help your engine's performance. Designed so it does not point towards the rear fender. Stays outside of the frame.
Our most universal header.
We strongly recommend using the Header Support to prevent pipe from breaking.
- TrailMaster MB200
- TrailMaster Hurricane 200X
- Most street go-karts
- 196cc and 212cc engines (Predator and Honda clone)
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I love this pipe it pops like crazy and the welds look amazing
This header pipe for my trail master 200 is outstanding it is wowed and it fit like a glove. I would highly recommend this header pipe for your minibike, and if it does go under your seat, I would suggest a heat sleeve. Best of luck to everybody but it’s an outstanding product.
It is super loud
I was worried I’d have to bore the holes to fit the 224cc but it bolts right up and sounds great! Note you may have frame clearance issues depending on model.
Even in rural areas, probably gonna want a muffler. I chose a rlv mini91 clamped on with an all metal quick release bicycle seat post clamp. I can take it off in seconds and go for a rip. After a couple of failed attempts, it ended up painted Rust Oleum high heat paint (2000°?) In a matte aluminum that, if applied and cured properly can be polished to what is in the pictures. That muffler has been on there awhile. Burned a coupla pairs of baggy pants, so, I wrapped that sucker in titanium header wrap. Looks and sounds good in my opinion
Worked on my coleman ct200uex with a predator 224 and 1 inch engine risers. But I did have to heat it in a vise with a torch and bend it just a little bit. Sounds great tho
After receiving my exhaust, I was absolutely ecstatic to install it, only to find out it did not fit. The tip of the exhaust was hitting the frame and turns out it was the wrong part entirely. I did some research on the return policy, and as shown by others reviews of the site, it's difficult. So I took the most fun route and MADE IT fit (Filled with sand, taped the ends off, and blowtorched the bend, while pulling it with a prybar.) When I re-attempted to install it, it had finally fit (it was lightly resting against the frame, so it vibrated very heavily on starting it,) but the nuts sent with it did not fit the exhaust studs I had, so I made a run to the local hardware store. Eventually, the excess vibrations caused the studs to jump out of the engine block, so I just cut the tip off that was resting on the frame and its not so bad now. Through all the work it took to enjoy an exhaust that should off been an exact fit, im disappointed. it's LOUD, but it does look nice. I probably won't buy any parts from Gopowersports if I don't have to, 'cause who knows what more work ill have to do. 3/5 stars
Seems good quality. I'm sure it fits the trailmaster perfectly. I purchased this in hopes it would fit a Massimo mb200s with the swingarm without modifications. I have 12in shocks on it and it barely touches the spring. It exists behind the shock. Also the fender will have to be cut. I'm going to bend it with a torch and install a rlv B91 muffler.
Loud af!!! Grab the attention of your local Karan with this one!!
Awesome loud ass header, scared the crap out of the horses in the area so had to add a muffler. It seams to work just as well with muffler with no loss of power