The Flaw of Free Flow Exhaust:
basically what a free flow exhaust does is it get way too much pressure out of the exhaust valve of the engine.
2 Types of Valves in Engine:
There are 2 types of valves in the engine......the intake valve and the exhaust valve. intake valve is responsible for bringing in the air and fuel mixture from the carb into the engine. whereas the exhaust valve is responsible for sending out all the exhaust fumes out of the engine after the combustion has taken place.
Don Mess the Engine Stroke Transition:
Therefore when you install a free flow exhaust the pressure inside the engine will release too soon and too much. engine kay 4 strokes hotay hain and it should crank smoothly between all the strokes. Free flow exhaust messes up the stroke transition of the engine and you will notice your engine will be "nervous", the engine will have more wear and tear and will break down sooner.
How to Avoid this:
One way to avoid this from happening is to install a free flow air intake to match your free flow exhaust. Only then you have better chances of not ruining up your engine sooner than if you would have left it stock. Free flow exhaust should always be accompanied with a free flow air intake. It will increase power and your engine will rev up to higher RPM. Tempting right? but with more power comes more problems. You have to decrease the intervals between oil changes, infact full synthetic oil would be better if you are more leaned towards performance. its protects the engine better and also increase engine power because of its less resistance.