Yoshimura TRS Street Series Dual Slip-On Exhaust

Item Number: 338936


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Yoshimura TRS Street Series Dual Slip-On Exhaust

Yoshimura's Street Series exhausts do not require tampering with your vehicle's emissions control system while still delivering that special spirit the world has come to expect from a Yoshimura exhaust.

Yoshimura's TRS is a race-bred muffler features a clean look and sound while providing excellent power gains. A straight baffle design within the TRS muffler leads to a single an exit that's compatible with a low-volume insert (sold separately). The simple dual slip-on mufflers install in minutes and make for a great-looking motorcycle exhaust.

  • Tri-oval shaped sleeves
  • Stainless steel tail pipes
  • Large volume of packing material
  • Straight baffles for ample flow
  • Includes instructions and all required installation hardware

Spec Details
Country of Origin USA
Muffler End Cap Varies (make selection above)
Muffler Sleeve Varies (make selection above)
Style 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.


  • CB900F 919 2002-2007


  • GSX1300R Hayabusa 1999-2007


  • YZF-R1 2004-2008

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • How much more Horsepower will the bike gain??

    Dual exhaust!

    By: Guest

    It really depends on what machine it is that you have with regard to how much power gain you can expect.

    While top-end power may not increase the most, every Yoshimura exhaust is going to make more power in the mid-range. In other words, the RPMs that you use the most stand to gain the greatest benefit. However, these gains can only be realized with properly tuned fuel delivery. We recommend the installation of a Bazzaz Z-Fi, Dynojet Power Commander or jet kit. If you're after top-end gains, the only guaranteed way to realize power up there is to open up the engine and do expensive work there.

    By: Staff