Yoshimura R-55 "GP Style" Exhaust Systems

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This Full System features the new R-55 muffler with a carbon fiber cap, stainless steel headers and mid-pipe, step-by-step instructions, and all necessary hardware for installation. MotoGP Style. Constructed with a stainless steel sleeve and carbon or stainless endcap (selected models only), uses a tig-weld throughout. The R-55 is one of Yoshimura's most popular pipes and for good reason. It's a hybrid of Moto GP, Super bike, and Yoshimura style, which makes for a pretty impressive package. It's aberrant shape appeals to the eye and really captures the spirit of MotoGP racing. It also complements the look of any sport-bike, following the race-inspired lines of today's motorcycles. The R-55 features a straight baffle with a removable low-volume insert. The pipe is TIG welded to Yoshimura quality standards and constructed from high-quality polished stainless steel. The laser-cut mounting bracket is TIG welded to ensure strength and good looks. Complete exhaust features 20-gauge, 304L polished stainless steel tapered mid-pipe and header, uses a spring mounted spigot and flanges (on most models). Slip-on style features 20-gauge, 304L polished stainless steel tapered mid-pipe that easily attaches to OEM header pipe.

  • The Yoshimura R-55 Exhaust System with GP-style muffler sleeve adds an aggresive, distinctive look
  • Low center of gravity (LCG) design system features Yoshimura's most advanced RandD design
  • System used mandrel-bent piping throughout to maximize performance gains in a lightweight design
  • Dual internal mufflers keep decibel levels down without sarificing power
  • Cone-style end cap screams performance
  • Note: Full System Exhaust. Choice of polished exhaust with stainless tip, or polished exhaust with carbon fiber tip.
  • Yoshimura R-55 "GP Style" Exhaust Systems

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