Two Brothers M-2 Black Series Slip-On Exhaust

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Two Brothers M-2 Black Series Slip-On Exhaust
Two Brothers M-2 Black Series Slip-On Exhaust
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Rule the track with the new subtly sophisticated exhaust: The Black Series.

The Two Brothers Racing Black Series exhausts downplays the raw power these systems unleash. Dyno tuned and track tested, like all TBR exhausts, the Black Series are aimed at those who want Absolute Top Level performance but smart and understated aesthetics.

Black Series systems are fitted with black bands, black inlet / outlets, and a black endcap. Adding this Two Brothers Racing high-performance Black Series exhaust system will help you gain additional horsepower and increase torque while lowering the overall weight of your bike. All M-Series exhaust systems feature the TBR spiral-wound perf core which gives each exhaust system that distinct, deep, Two Brothers exhaust note.

  • The new Black Series exhaust from TBR reinvents elegance and quiet richness with the roaring performance you demand.
  • Black Teflon-coated cast magnesium end cap.
  • Black aluminum CNC-machined inlet and outlet.
  • Black Teflon-coated canister reinforcement bands.
  • Special black anodized 7075 T-6 aluminum bolts that are the button-down on top of the refined Black Series.
  • Spiral-wound perforated core.
  • Accepts P-Series sound reduction tips (sold separately).
  • Comes with all necessary hardware, tubing, and instructions for installation.
  • Note: Two Brothers Racing products are for closed course competition use ONLY. NOT intended for street use in California.

Material Details:

  • Carbon Fiber: As if Carbon Fiber wasn't cool enough, surround it with black; the result is stunning.
  • Polished Aluminum: From humble beginnings, polished aluminum is now adorned with striking black features and takes its rightful place in the Black Series.
  • Titanium: For the Titanium aficionado with discriminating taste, the Black Series delivers a keenly elegant look not before seen.
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Great Exhaust!

I absolutely love this exhaust, it looks fantastic on my bike and sounds equally as awesome. At first I was concerned because it was not nearly as loud as I thought, but the low throaty tone was still there. Eventually after riding for a while the sound did get a little louder. I finally took off my catalytic converter and put on a mid pipe and now I have the best sound I could ask for. Everyone always turns their head when I pass by.

This picture was taken before I installed the mid pipe so the cat is still visible.
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Ivan9 Location: Long Beach, CA, USA
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Bdubz Over 7 months ago Location: Lexington sc
I have 2013 cbr 250r after installing what will I need to and can everything be done from home and does it come with instructions or video?
Can I do everything from home
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 months ago
You must know how to remove and replace your stock exhaust in order to install this product otherwise have it installed by a professional mechanic. Keep all stock parts from your existing system as some components may be necessary to install your new exhaust depending on the application. A service manual is recommended when working on your bike for proper specs and instructions (basic instructions will be included). Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Ivan9 1 year 5 months ago Location: Long Beach, CA, USA
I have a 2004 yamaha yzf r6, I have a yoshimura exhaust on right now. Is Two Brothers louder than a yoshimura exhaust?
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 3 months ago
Most aftermarket systems sound pretty much the same. Some have a deep sound and some, after a few miles, have a raspy sound. Some will have a different tone and even the same exhaust system can sound differently on different models of motorcycles. In general most systems are around 92 to 98db's.
If you run your rpm up to the rev limiter the db's may go as high as 100 to 102+db's.
Reed 1 year 9 months ago
Do you need a heat shield under seat and if you do , Do you sell them?
With the slip on exhaust carbion
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The Two Brothers M-2 Black Series Slip-On Exhaust would not include any type of heat shield for your bike. Two Brothers does not note that any head shield would be required with this exhaust for your 2007 Honda CBR600RR.
Deep 1 year 10 months ago Location: India
Will this product go well with Honda CBR 150 R?
I'm looking for an Slip on Exhaust for my bike. Please advise me because I could not find any fit for 150 cc bikes out here . So want to know will this work .... ? And what will be the effects if I use this one .... I mean will my bikes performance hamper or Mabe be something will go wrong with the engine...?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This exhaust is not offered for the Honda CBR150R. Unfortunately, I cannot find an exhaust system we would carry that would fit your bike.
Matt 2 years ago
I have a 2009 gsxr 1000 that's dual exhaust with a catalyc conveter will it take the conveter away?
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This will not remove the catalytic converter on your 2009 Suzuki GSXR1000. It actually slips onto the exhaust flange that comes out of the catalytic converter.

I would recommend taking a look at the installation guide on this exhaust found here:
Matt 2 years ago
What comes with the slip on. What does is hook up too..?
What am I getting
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The hardware included with these slip-on's would depend on what Motorcycle the Exhaust is for. These would hook up at the end of the mid-pipe on most motorcycles.
Drod89 2 years 6 months ago Location: Frederick, MD, USA
I want to get the best performance out of my exhaust, does the shorter or longer version make a difference in torque and speed? and is this the best?
I have a full exhaust made by delkevic, the triagonal one. the slip on broke so now I think I want to upgrade to the TBR exhaust due to their outstanding reputation. Will this exhaust fit my current headers? would you recommend a diff TBR exhaust for my 09' sv6650sf?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
All of the Two Brothers exhausts for your 2009 SV 650 will be the same length. They are made of different materials but that will only affect weight and not the actual performance of the exhaust. Unfortunately the slip-ons are only designed to fit the stock header and will not fit other headers. IF you don't have a stock header you wont be able to use a TBR exhaust as they do not make a full system for the SV.
zrs583 2 years 10 months ago Location: Hammond, IN, USA
Does the two brothers m 2 black series slip on comes with a catalytic. remove pipe like the m4 exhaust?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For your 2006 Yamaha YZF-R1 the Slip-On Exhaust will not come with a pipe to remove/replace the catalytic converter.
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