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Yoshimura TRC 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's TRC is a race-proven exhaust featuring a tri-oval design, trick cone-shaped end cap and an easily removable low-volume insert. The TRC has a straight baffle leading to that distinct cone-shaped end cap. The TRC full exhaust system completely replaces the less-than-optimal OEM exhaust system.
Stainless steel headers and tail pipe
Tri-oval shaped muffler sleeve
Large volume of packing material
Straight baffle for ample flow
Cone shaped end-cap
Includes instructions and all required installation hardware
Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return
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.
NPS50 Ruckus 2003-2009, 2011-2017
EX250J Ninja 250R 2008-2012
YW125 Zuma 125 2009-2015
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Questions & Answers
what's the power increase ?
As with any exhaust, it's impossible to say exactly how much of a power increase you can expect after it's been installed. Factors, such as your engine's state of tune, intake system and whether or not the ECU has been properly tuned - all play a huge role in how well your motorcycle responds to a Yoshimura exhaust. Furthermore, most aftermarket exhaust systems for sportbikes don't necessarily concentrate power up top since you spend very little time at maximum RPM. They're designed to improve mid-range performance the most, since that's where the lap times come from - getting the bike out of the corners as fast as possible.
With a proper tune, you'll find that your bike will respond the throttle inputs more precisely and get off the corners better than stock, regardless of what the actual power output increase happens to be.