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  1. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura TRC Dual Slip-On

    1 review

    Material: Carbon Fiber The TRC is a race proven exhaust that falls second to none featuring a Tri-Oval design and a trick cone-shaped end cap with an easily removable low-volume insert. This Slip-On System features Dual TRC mufflers, stainless steel mid-pipes, step-by-step instructions, and all necessary hardware for installation.
  2. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura Spark Arrestor Insert

    1 review

    For use with Yoshimura exhaust listed U.S.F.S. legal
  3. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura RS-5 Slip-On

    1 review

    Material: Carbon Fiber The RS-5 Slip-on is one of Yoshimuras most popular exhausts featuring its unique cone-shaped end cap, stainless steel mid-pipe, and carbon fiber sleeve. If you want quality and performance, at a great price, this is the system for you.
  4. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura RS-3D Slip-On

    1 review

    Material: Aluminum The RS-3D Slip-On system is a cost effective way of giving your Honda CRF250R the Yoshimura touch you have always wanted. For an easy installation, this system features a simple slip-on clamp design, similar to the stock configuration. Slip-On system comes with USFS approved Spark Arrested inserts, mounting hardware, and detailed instructions.
  5. 4 reviews

    Color: Silver Material: Stainless Steel Full system features stainless steel header construction Mid-pipe is stainless steel RS-3 oval muffler design has a slim profile Systems feature muffler with stainless steel sleeve and end cap Full system include 96 dB sound insert/U.S.F.S.-approved spark arrestor installed in the muffler
  6. 1 review

    Material: Stainless Steel Add some fire to your rides with the RS-2D Full System Dual exhaust. This Full System comes with a stainless steel header and mid-pipes, dual RS-2 mufflers, installation hardware, and detailed instructions. Stainless Systems come with a 96db sound insert/USFS approved spark arrestor installed in the muffler.
  7. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura Brake Clevis

    1 review

    Stronger and lighter than the stock unit Smoother brake action Better brake pedal feel CNC machined from 6061 T6 alloy Laser etched Yoshimura logo Distinctive Yoshimura Magnasonian finish
  8. timbo_slice

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2003)


    So far pretty happy with it! Will post a better review after more experience working on it and riding...
  9. melxl600r

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2009)


    Awesome bike fun every ride
  10. pilot4yahms

    Yamaha YZ450F (2008)


    fastest bike I've ever rode
  11. 1fastSM

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2005)


    my 2005 DRZ SM. new parts added since these pics.
  12. agent-opuirt

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2009)


    Love it, wouldn't sell for anything.
  13. Palmer817

    Honda CRF250R (2010)


    First 4 stroke, full mod bike, Love her to death.
  14. bc44

    Kawasaki KX250F (2012)


    This is my 2012 KX250f.. Factory connection suspension, Yoshi carbon fiber full exhaust. Too much list. This bike is a real monster.
  15. ThumperTalk

    Yoshimura RS-4 Full System

    26 reviews

    Material: Carbon Fiber The RS-4 Twin Pipe kit was previously only available as a custom system for Kevin Schwantz who was passionate about these pipes on his Super Motard bike. He wanted his bike to look like a Hot Rod and have a cool factor. Yoshimura obliged and one of our most sought-after-yet-unobtainable pipes was created, which, up to now, was not available to the general public. Yoshimura is offering these incredible Twice Pipes which are completely fabricated by hand and TIG welded to perfection. They certainly sit at the high end of what is available for the mighty SM... but thats what Kevin wanted. The pipes have a stainless steel header and Y pipe mated to twin carbon fiber RS-4 mufflers for incredible looks and performance. The kit also comes with a custom Yoshimura kick-stand.
  16. Rtowne

    Yoshi exhaust question

    It's now been a year since I added my Yoshi exhaust. I was cleaning my bike yesterday and remembered to think about a way put the muffler cover back on the bike. Has anyone figured out a way to make it work.
  17. JP Sporty

    Suzuki RMZ450 (2015)


    My first 450. I love the SFF front suspension and the torque hit off the line.
  18. Ctone23

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2015)


    2015 RMZ 250 Updated Review 1 Year ownership. For anyone who read my initial review, you will recall I praised the RMZ 250 for its outstanding handling. I have decided to come back a year later to go over my thoughts of ownership and maintenance. Performance- The bike still runs fantastic and starts up with ease. No major issues whatsoever. My only complaint with the RMZ is the clutch. Despite installing the Rekluse auto clutch, sometimes the bike has a really faint clutch feel. Perhaps replacing the OEM clutch basket may help. In my experience the bike shifts fine despite the faint feel. You essentially just need to trust the bike and be deliberate with your shifts. When the bike gets hot the clutch (for me at least) loses some of the feel when traveling from 2nd gear to 3rd. Maintenance - I've put a good number of hours this year on the bike, and she still runs great. Routine oil changes, air filter cleaning, improved coolant, etc, have gone a long way (in my opinion) of the bike running and performing well on the track.
  19. Ripping_RobMX

    Kawasaki KX250F (2009)


    Love it Carb is on point, feels like it is a EFI bike.
  20. Broken collar bone for Baggett after his moto 2 crash. Stewart found himself going "off this steep embankment" off the start of moto 1 and has a boo-boo shoulder. Fill in riders to be announced? Who's available? http://www.dirtbikerider.com/news/motocross-news-s1/Yoshimura-Suzuki-Factory-Racing-hit-with-double-injury-blow-at-Hangtown-i13272