Yoshimura R-77 Titanium Full System Exhaust

$1,098.99 - $2,300.95
$934.99 - $2070.86
 
Yoshimura R-77 Titanium Full System Exhaust
Yoshimura R-77 Titanium Full System Exhaust
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Power is that which screams from every element of the Yoshimura R-77 Full Exhaust System. Featuring Yoshimura's innovative duplex headers, these headers offer superior mid-range performance with smooth torque and power curves for optimal gains. Yoshimura's Full-System exhaust kits include a '4 into 2 into 1' header design with a single muffler mounted on the right side, minimizing unwanted weight for the performance-oriented rider.

  • Trapezoidal-shaped sleeve which maximizes muffler volume.
  • Silhouette flows with the bike's lines.
  • Titanium muffler.
  • Complete style with 20-gauge 304L polished stainless steel tapered mid-pipe and header, and spring mounted spigot and flanges (most models).
  • The innovative carbon fiber end cap is reminiscent of the R-55, featuring sharp edges for attractive, eye-catching appeal.
  • Low volume inserts included.
  • Step-by-step directions and all necessary hardware included for an easy installation.
  • Weighs in at only 13 pounds (average).
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MECAPALERO Location: Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
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David Over 7 months ago Location: New Iberia, LA, USA
Will two brothers juice box pro be compatible with yoshi R-77.?
Also, what other systems are suggested to maximize performance of this pipe. Pcv auto tune, ignition retardant, o2 sensor
Top 1 Contributor
Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes, most all EFI tuners will work and give you the option to customize the tune for best performance. The DynoJet Power Commander is usually considered the top of the line product due to more tuning options and the ability to tune a greater increments than many other brands.
MECAPALERO 2 years ago Location: Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
I M LOOKING FOR FULL EXHAUST SYSTEM FOR MY CBR1000 2008?
WICH ONE ARE THE LIGHTEST AND CHEAPER IN THE MARKET CALCULATED OR EVO DOESNT MATTER---THKS BR
MotoSport Staff
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Any of the Titanium or Carbon fiber exhaust systems will be the lightest models. You have many choices for full system exhausts and they each will perform differently so it is hard to say which one will be best. The R-77 System is very good and will be one of the lighter systems. All of the options for full system exhaust for your 2008 CBR1000RR can be found here : http://www.motosport.com/motorcycle/2008-honda-cbr1000rr--full-systems?mmy_source=topnav
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