Yoshimura RS-5 Full System Exhaust

$879.00 - $999.00
$791.10 - $899.10
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Yoshimura RS-5 Full System Exhaust
Yoshimura RS-5 Full System Exhaust
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  • Reviews (3)
  • Q&A (1)
  • Fitment

The RS-5 is one of Yoshimura's most popular pipes, and for good reason. Its trapezoidal shape appeals to the eye and really captures the spirit of racing. It also complements the look of any sportbike, following the race-inspired lines of today's under-tail muffler configurations. The RS-5 features a straight baffle with a removable low-volume insert, and trick carbon fiber cone-shaped end cap.

  • Trapezoid-shaped sleeve.
  • Large volume of packing material.
  • Straight baffle for ample flow.
  • Carbon fiber end-cap.
  • Stainless steel header and tail-pipe.
  • Step-by-step directions and all necessary hardware included for an easy installation.

Yoshimura Exhaust Series Descriptions:

Race Series: If you're looking for that competitive edge, look no further than Yoshimura's Race Series. These exhaust systems are designed with nothing but power in mind. Each Race Series system is developed in accordance with noise compliance regulations imposed by most racing sanctioning bodies worldwide. FOR CLOSED COURSE COMPETITION ONLY; NOT INTENDED FOR STREET USE.

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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Full Exhaust

Not a bad full system for what it is. Installation was a little bit of a pain as I had to completely remove the tail section just to get it in place. Sounds decent. Not really sure if it adds anything, but looks good. For those with tons of money looking for performance, perhaps an Arata or Akro is better suited.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Ease of Installation
Location: PA

gobs of tourque sounds great!!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Greensboro, NC

I got the system for my 06 CBR600rr. The carbon pipe was great. there were no imperfections and it sounded sexy! I installed the system myself with no problems. Everything lined up and I didnt run into any problems. Great product!

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Amac317 Over 5 years ago Location: Wise, Va
Do i have to have rejet my bike if i install this full system exhaust?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
I'm guessing you mean re-map? You'll want to map your bike for the new exhaust, yes that would get your bike performing to its potential.
Over 5 years ago Location: PA
it is recomended but not always necessary, not rejetting could create lean fuel mixture which can cause complications exe. piston damage, plug damage,excessive heating .......
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