Two Brothers M-2 Silver Series Full System Exhaust

$1,079.99 - $1,164.99
$917.99 - $989.99
Two Brothers M-2 Silver Series Full System Exhaust
Two Brothers M-2 Silver Series Full System Exhaust
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Highlighted by a natural-finished aluminum inlet and outlet and with its new badge design and famous Two Brothers Racing black Teflon-coated magnesium end cap gives it a clean, polished look. Dyno tuned and track tested, like all TBR exhausts for maximum performance. All M-Series exhaust systems feature the TBR spiral-wound perforated core which gives each exhaust system that distinct, deep, Two Brothers exhaust note.

The Silver exhaust comes in aluminum or carbon fiber. All Two Brothers carbon parts are made with a high-temp aerospace-grade epoxy resin. The carbon fabric is made with a 33 million modulus carbon tow then impregnated with the high-temperature resin under very tight tolerances.

  • Teflon-coated magnesium end-cap.
  • Clear anodized aluminum CNC-machined inlet and outlet.
  • Stainless hardware.
  • Spiral-wound perforated core.
  • Accepts P-Series sound reduction tips (sold separately).
  • Comes with all necessary hardware, tubing, instructions for installation.
  • Note: Image for reference only; Silver Series canister orientation and size may vary depending on application.

Note: Two Brothers Racing products are for closed course competition use Only. Not intended for street use in California.

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Dante Location: Canada
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Dante Over 11 months ago Location: Canada
Is this a stubby exhaust?
How long is the can on this exhaust system? Is it a stubby or is there a place to find some dimensions?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 11 months ago
Yes the Two Brothers M-2 Silver Series Full System Exhaust has a fairly short stubby muffler. Approximately 20" long
Dante 1 year ago Location: Canada
Any idea how loud this full system gets?
My province recently brought in a noise bylaw that requires bike exhaust to be less than 102db I believe. Is there any way to find out how loud these exhaust systems are?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year ago
Unfortunately TwoBrothers does not have a db reading for this system on your 2014 Yamaha R6. 102 db is getting up there so I wouldn’t think you would have an issue with this exhaust but you always have the option of adding a P1X powertip to keep it a little quieter.
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