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Yoshimura R-77D Dual Outlet Slip-On Exhaust

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Yoshimura R-77D Dual Outlet Slip-On Exhaust

Product Description

  • The all new R-77D muffler has been developed throughout years of racing efforts, and hours of meticulous research and development by Yoshimura engineers.
  • The R-77D boasts a carbon fiber cone end-cap and polished stainless steel dual outlet turndown.
  • The R-77D requires no inserts or restrictors, increasing muffler packing life, and provides 5% more open exhaust outlet area and as much as 3 decibels lower sound output (compared to open standard R-77.)
  • The R-77D also offers greater gains in bottom and mid-range power without restrictive inserts.
  • This Slip-on system includes R-77D muffler, stainless steel mid-pipe, installation hardware, and step-by-step instructions.
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Location: Lockport, NY
Yoshimura r77d on CB1000r

Believe me, this thing sounds unbelievable!!

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thorsell 1 month 6 days ago Location: Sweden
Using the cat for this slip-on?
I have a question about this slip-on, it should fit on a honda cb1000ra 2009 (European model)? And does it fit on the existing cat since I want to keep it and just use the slip-on (I don't want to install a Powercommander and therefor not use the extra "pipe"). I appreciate any help. Best regards, Victor
eric 2 months ago Location: France
Decibels?
Hello, can you send me the registration certificate in pdf please, I want to know how much decibels there are at the output of the the exhaust. I have an honda cb 1000 r 2013 and i live in France thanks
trev Over 11 months ago Location: uk
Does this include the decat pipe,if so would this system also require modifications to the fueling ie;power commander?
MotoSport Staff
Over 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, for your CB1000R this will eliminate the stock catalytic converter. As with any model, when changing exhaust systems it will vary whether you will need to modify the fuel system based on location, weather and elevation. Typically it is a good idea to utilize a fuel programmer to obtain the best performance, even if it may not be absolutely required.
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