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Yoshimura R-77 Dual Slip-On Exhaust

Item # : 156653
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          Yoshimura R-77 Dual Slip-On Exhaust

          Item # 156653


          Yoshimura R-77 Dual Slip-On Exhaust


          • The R-77 muffler features a trapezoidal-shaped sleeve, which maximizes muffler volume while offering a sleek silhouette to flow with the bikes lines.
          • The innovative end cap is reminiscent of the R-55, featuring sharp edges for an attractive, eye catching appeal.
          • This Slip-on system includes Dual R-77 mufflers, stainless steel mid-pipes, and step-by-step directions for an easy installation.
          • EPA - EPA Noise Compliant - exhaust component or system meets EPA Noise Emission requirements of 80 dBA when installed on the specified motorcycle.

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          Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sound! Very easy to install, it took about 40 min to change both exhausts. They look great and they sound great. Very happy with my purchase.
          Date published: 2018-06-02
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          Do I need to tune the ECU along with the R-77 dual slip-on install?

          Asked by: Dads
          Generally speaking, a slip-on can be installed without needing a tune. Depending on your elevation, bike, other modifications, and a whole host of other stuff, like which muffler you chose, you may still find a need to change up the fueling. Even most stock bikes would benefit from a fuel controller or carb re-jet, anyway. Except for a slim minority of cases, most people can get away with an aftermarket muffler without altering the fuel system. If other parts of your bike undergo modification (like later you add some headers, or you have a high-flow air filter) plan on re-tuning the fuel system.
          Answered by: LeeH
          Date published: 2019-10-16
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