Yoshimura R-77 Race Series Full Exhaust System

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Yoshimura R-77 Race Series Full Exhaust System

If you're looking for that competitive edge, look no further than Yoshimura's Race Series exhausts. These exhaust components are designed with nothing but power in mind. Each Race Series system is developed in accordance with noise compliance regulations imposed by most race sanctioning bodies worldwide.

Yoshimura created the R-77 full exhaust system to match the radical design of the modern motorcycle perfectly while at the same time removing heaps of weight, adding power and giving your bike a distinctive deep exhaust tone.

The R-77 muffler consists of a trapezoidal-shaped sleeve, maximizing muffler volume while offering a sharp silhouette to flow with the body. The innovative end cap is reminiscent of the Yoshimura R-55 exhaust system, featuring sharp edges for an attractive, eye catching appeal.

Full systems include an R-77 muffler, header and mid-pipe, along with all the necessary hardware and clear instruction for simple installation.

  • Stainless steel headers and mid-pipe
  • Trapezoidal shape R-77 muffler
  • Maximized muffler volume
  • Innovative end-cap shrouds the terminus of the muffler for an unmistakable look
  • Removable low-volume exhaust insert

Spec Details
Country of Origin USA
Header Construction 304-L Stainless Steel
Muffler End Cap Carbon Fiber
Muffler Sleeve Varies (make selection above)

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.


  • S 1000 R 2014-2016
  • S 1000 RR 2012-2016


  • CB650F 2014
  • CB650F ABS 2014
  • CBR250R 2011-2013
  • CBR250R ABS 2011-2013
  • CBR650F 2014-2015
  • CBR650F ABS 2014-2015
  • CBR1000RR 2008-2016
  • CBR1000RR ABS 2009-2010, 2012-2016
  • CBR1000RR SP 2014-2016


  • ZX1400A Ninja ZX-14 2006-2007
  • ZX1400C Ninja ZX-14 2008-2011
  • ZX1400E Ninja ZX-14R 2012-2014


  • AN400 Burgman 400 2007-2009
  • AN400A Burgman 400 ABS 2007-2009, 2011-2012
  • AN650 Burgman 650 2006-2009, 2011-2012
  • AN650A Burgman 650 Executive 2006-2009, 2011-2012
  • GSX-R600 2008-2009, 2011-2015
  • GSX-R750 2008-2009, 2011-2015
  • GSX-R1000 2007-2008, 2012-2015


  • FZ-07 2015-2016
  • FZS1000 FZ1 2006-2013
  • XP500 T-Max 500 2009

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • I have a 2015 GSX-R1000 with the Bazzaz Z-AFM on it. Will the O2 sensor from that kit (threads measuring M18 by 1.5) fit into this system?

    By: tyler

    Yes, it will fit. All Yoshimura R-77 Race Series full systems are designed to fit the OEM oxygen sensor. In the case of machines equipped with a M18 x 1.5mm from the factory, Yoshimura includes an adapter to fit the smaller M12 x 1.25mm O2 sensor.

    By: Staff

  • Does this fit a 2016 yamaha fz07? I know it fits a 2015.

    By: Ethan

    Yes, the Yoshimura R-77 exhaust system will fit the 2016 Yamaha FZ-07!

    By: Staff

  • Will this require an ecu flash and or fuel controller to work on fz09?

    By: Jeru

    While it's not required, if you want to get the best possible engine performance and throttle response out of your FZ-09, you'll want to adjust fueling accordingly. Basically, any time you change the way air gets into the motor or how exhaust gases get out of the combustion chamber, you should adjust fueling to suit if you expect to get the best possible power output for your investment. Still, you can try running the bike without adjusting fuel to see if performance is satisfactory.

    Should you decide that the bike could be running better and want to get a fuel management system to go with the exhaust, we recommend any of Bazzaz's fuel tuning systems to fit the FZ-09.

    By: Staff

  • Will the 2016 FZ 07 have to have the ECU flashed when this exhaust is installed?

    By: FZ 07 Lady

    While it's not required, if you want to get the best possible throttle response and engine power output upon the installation of any new full Yoshimura FZ07 exhaust system, we certainly do recommend that the bike's fuel delivery be modified to suite the change

    in exhaust flow. The good news is that the bike is equipped with an oxygen sensor in the exhaust, which feeds data to the ECU, so it will compensate, somewhat for the new R-77 Yoshimura Yamaha FZ07 exhaust system. Whether or not it'll be enough is hard to say, but signs

    that the ECU can't keep up with the aftermarket exhaust are things like stumbling at a steady throttle or when you make small changes in throttle position.

    In the instance you do notice that the bike doesn't respond to throttle input the way you'd like after putting the exhaust on, we recommend the Bazzaz Z-Fi fuel controller for the FZ-07. It comes equipped with a fuel map for use with a slip-on muffler,

    but it'll certainly be better than the unmodified ECU. Still, you'll need to take a trip to the dyno in order to have the FZ07 Bazzaz unit tuned to get the most out of the exhaust.

    By: Staff