M4 Standard Full System Exhaust

M4 Standard Full System Exhaust
M4 Standard Full System Exhaust

$471.00 - $1193.00
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Item #MPE0001

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2012 Yamaha FZ6R

Looks great on the bike! Easy to install and sounds amazing too. Sounds much better than the stock exhaust that came with the bike. Great purchase!

M4 Standard Full System Exhaust
amarr57 Verified Purchaser
Better than expected

there is not much i can say about this exhasut without just telling you to buy it. really easy install, took maybe 55 mins. great power increase. shaves about 20lbs from the stock exhaust. and sounds like a fire breathing dragon when you crack it open. best purchase i have made yet.

RiderForLife Verified Purchaser
Mission Viejo, CA, USA
Simply Awsome

Replaced the stock exhaust on my FZ6R with this system and couldn't be more pleased. The look, the sound, reduced weight and increase in power have transformed the bike. Installation was easy and took only 1.25 hours start to finish. All components are high quality and fit perfectly. A little louder than I expected, but what a beautiful exhaust note! Everyone at work asked to hear it(and approved). On throttle is awsome, but my favorite is the cackle through the pipe on downshifts.

2 Questions
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Location: co
Q: Is there a Db killer available for this pipe?
1 year 7 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 7 months ago
A: Yes there are dB reducing muffler inserts available for the M4 Standard Full System Exhaust. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Q: Like to buy new exhaust?
Over 3 years ago
can i put on a aftermarket exhaust without remaping it?
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Typically when installing an aftermarket system, you will need to have your bike re-mapped. It does vary slightly based on location and elevation but typically if your bike is running correctly with the stock exhaust, it will not be correct with the aftermarket exhaust. Re-mapping can be achieved with the use of an aftermarket fuel controller such as a Power Commander.
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