Yoshimura R-77D Dual Outlet Slip-On Exhaust

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Yoshimura R-77D Dual Outlet Slip-On Exhaust
Yoshimura R-77D Dual Outlet Slip-On Exhaust
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  • 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: San Diego, CA, USA
westcoastrider
Yoshimura R-77D

Wow im amazed ...I installed my new Yoshimura E-77D slip-on exhaust , on my 2014 Kawasaki zx10r it was so easy to install....the instructions are so plain and clear..it only took me 30 minutes ....it looks amazing on my bike and it sounds incredible ...I recommend this exhaust to everyone ..

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Location: Lockport, NY
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Yoshimura r77d on CB1000r

Believe me, this thing sounds unbelievable!!

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westcoastrider Location: San Diego, CA, USA
joe90 Location: New Zealand
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varian 1 month 19 days ago Location: Singapore
This muffler legal in Singapore?
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1 month 19 days ago
MotoSportExpert
All products sold on Motosport.com are for US models only. We unfortunately do not have product fitment for non-us models. Any street legal products are designed for US emissions and laws. May not be legal in all jurisdictions, please check with your local authority.
westcoastrider Over 7 months ago Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Installing a R-77D on a 2014 zx10R?
what modifications do I need to do to my bike if I decide to install a R-77D on my bike? ...I have a 2014 zx10r abs.... do I need to re-jet or re-map after installation?...do I need to remove the caty?...is it simple to install?...how much more on average hp will I gain?
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Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Here is a link to the installation instructions for you 2014 ZX10R: http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/images/1418040%28220,520,550,720%29.pdf They do not mention needing a fuel tuner product, but it is highly recommended to get the Air/Fuel mixture ratio back to optimal performance.
joe90 Over 9 months ago Location: New Zealand
Dose this remove the cat on a zx10r 2014?
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Over 9 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The Yoshimura R-77D exhaust removes the OEM Pre-Muffler Chamber. Also note: this product is designed for use in closed course racing and is not intended for highway use*** You can find the instructions at this link: http://www.yoshimura-rd.com/images/1418043(220,520,550,720).pdf
thorsell 1 year 5 months 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
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Over 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
All parts on MotoSport.com are for US models only. You may check with Yoshimura directly to see if they sell their Slip on exhaust for your model of European bike.
trev 2 years 4 months ago Location: uk
Does this include the decat pipe,if so would this system also require modifications to the fueling ie;power commander?
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2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
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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