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This product is legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used, registered or licensed for use upon a highway.

Akrapovic Racing Exhaust System Yamaha FZ-07

If you ever had an older sibling, you can relate to the Yamaha FZ-07. Like an older sibling, the FZ-09 was introduced to the world first and had a whole year to claim its territory. Now the FZ-07 has come along with and wants a piece of the pie. To level the playing field for the FZ-07, Akrapovic has introduced their Racing Line of exhaust to close the horsepower gap.

The Akrapovic Racing Line has been designed specifically for demanding riders and represents an ideal balance between price and performance. The exhaust systems are dramatically lighter compared to stock exhaust systems and feature exceptional production quality and increased engine performance combined with pure racing sound output. The headers and mid-pipes are constructed of high-quality stainless steel conical tubes with precision handcrafting. A special process known as hydroforming is used in the manufacturing of the exhaust pipes. This process injects pressurized water into each tube to form the ideal shape for optimum exhaust flow without causing creases or compromising the strength of the steel.

Akrapovic Exhaust’s unique design enables them to obtain the maximum output for each specific model of motorcycle, while significantly reducing overall weight. It’s not just about peak power - Akrapovic exhaust systems deliver increased performance throughout the entire RPM range. Increased power and torque result in a much smoother ride. All Akrapovic exhaust system measurements are formulated on in-house computer-controlled flow benches.

The Racing Line is identical to Akrapovic’s top range Evolution Line exhaust systems, with the major difference being the material that is used for the headers and mid-pipes. The headers and mid-pipes of the Evolution Line are constructed exclusively of titanium while the Racing Line uses stainless steel.

Features:

  • High quality stainless steel headers and mid-pipes
  • No fuel remapping required, but for optimal performance RevZilla recommends use of a fuel controller
  • A combination of beautiful machine and hand welds
  • CNC machined muffler inlet cap
  • Optimized to maximize lean angle
  • All carbon fiber parts are produced in-house
  • Air-tight quality controlled production means your exhaust will be perfect
  • High-quality, silicon-shielded stainless steel exhaust springs

Unit Stock Exhaust Akrapovic Max Gain
Maximum Power kW 50.4 at 9200 rpm 52.3 at 9250 rpm + 2 at 9250 rpm
HP (m) 68.5 at 9200 rpm 71.1 at 9250 rpm + 2.7 at 9250 rpm
HP (i) 67.6 at 9200 rpm 70.1 at 9250 rpm + 2.7 at 9250 rpm
Maximum Torque Nm 64.7 at 6550 rpm 66.1 at 6400 rpm + 3.2 at 5600 rpm
lb-ft 47.7 at 6550 rpm 48.8 at 6400 rpm + 2.4 at 5600 rpm
Weight kg 7.2 5.6 - 1.6
lb 15.9 12.3 - 3.5
% - - - 22.2

Measured on: Yamaha FZ-07 2014 w/ Akrapovic Titanium Exhaust

Unit Stock Exhaust Akrapovic Max Gain
Maximum Power kW 52.1 at 9000 rpm 53.8 at 9100 rpm + 1.9 at 9100 rpm
HP (m) 70.8 at 9000 rpm 73.2 at 9100 rpm + 2.6 at 9100 rpm
HP (i) 69.8 at 9000 rpm 72.2 at 9100 rpm + 2.6 at 9100 rpm
Maximum Torque Nm 66.8 at 6550 rpm 68.2 at 6550 rpm + 3.2 at 5800 rpm
lb-ft 49.3 at 6550 rpm 50.3 at 6550 rpm + 2.4 at 5800 rpm
Weight kg 7.2 4.2 - 3
lb 15.9 9.3 - 6.6
Static Noise Level dB 91 at 4500 rpm 98.4 at 4500 rpm + 7.4

Measured on: Yamaha FZ-07 2014 w/ Akrapovic Carbon Fiber Exhaust

4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.5 / 5
Fit & Finish
4.7 / 5
Durability
4.8 / 5

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Carbon fiber exhaust option cannot be outfitted with a catalytic converter
  • Titanium exhaust option can be outfitted with a catalytic converter, Akrapovic part number P-KAT-039 
This Product Fits:
Yamaha
FZ-07 2015, 2016
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Titanium 962909 S-Y7R1-HAFT In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Carbon Fiber/Carbon Fiber 962910 S-Y7R2-AFC In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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4.8 / 5.0
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4.5 / 5
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4.5 / 5
Fit & Finish
4.7 / 5
Durability
4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
First mod to do on your precious FZ-07. Not even kidding.
---- After countless written reviews, forum opinions, and audio/review videos of aftermarket exhausts I went with the Akrapovic TITANIUM exhaust. I know, like most of you, the price tag seems a bit steep, but of course you pay to play. With the feel and quality of this particular exhaust you know you made the right choice.
---- The second you finalize the order you wonder if it was worth the money (Like I did), but the second you open up the box you know you made the right decision. The packaging was well thought out and everything came organized. Akrapovic's instructions are extremely thorough and a no-brainer to anyone who has turned a wrench a couple times.
---- Uninstalling the stock exhaust was extremely easy but installing the Akrapovic took just a bit more time than I had planned. The only real issue I personally had was aligning the header pipes with the stock exhaust gaskets. Tape is your friend and lying on your back is the easiest vantage point for installing. Once the header pipes are installed, it's smooth as butter from there.
---- After grabbing a fresh pair of gloves and a healthy addition of WD-40, I cleaned the pipes thoroughly to make sure fingerprints or debris were not placed or scorned on the pipes for the first startup, (a must if you want a clean look especially with the Titanium finish).
---- Letting the exhaust sit for a few minutes I turned the key and primed the ignition, I crossed my fingers and closed my eyes, only to start the bike and realize how much the FZ07 came alive as if this exhaust was SUPPOSED to come with the bike. The deep throaty sound, to the subtle hint of power from just idling made me realize that this exhaust was highly worth the expense. I no longer rode a 2 wheeled sewing machine.
---- From casually riding to work or ripping the throttle through deep tunnels, the exhaust by itself really enhances the ride. In a few months I will consider removing the baffle (DB Killer) and installing a tune with other performance items to enhance the riding experience, knowing the twins want to scream.
May 10, 2016
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Good Mod for the Fizzer7
This is the second Akrapovic full system I have owned (Duke 990R was the other), so I had some expectations from my previous system and was the reason why I chose this over others for the bike. I removed the stocker and installed this in about an hour.The fit of the system was not a problem and installed easily. Their was some concern/disappointment on access and removal of the screw holding the baffle in place. More on that later.

The 3 lb weight savings is nice, but the muffler component was heavier than expected - I wish it was as light as the system I got for my KTM. I am sure there is a good reason for this (EPA? Pricepoint? Tuning? Steel inner and titanium outer shell? All of the above?) The thing to appreciate about this system is it keeps that weight low and central.

The system has the look of quality, including the baffle, which I elected to remove. The baffle was difficult to remove because of the tolerances of the baffle to the muffler and the screw holding the baffle in place did not line up with the hole in the outer shell of the muffler. I'm not the only one with this complaint and it's what keeps the system from getting a 5/5. After fighting with the baffle retaining screw, to get the baffle out, I used a 16 inch cross-tip and tapped on it through the inlet of the muffler. No damage to the baffle if I want to re-install. Don't pull on the baffle from the tips; you'll damage it!

As far as performance, I installed the system with a DNA air filter (had to import it to US) and used the DJ Power Commander V to fuel it with a map off their website. I think it works well from what I can tell, definitely more torque and just feels solid across RPM range. I like the tunability of the PCV, so if I need to change anything, I will once I get more miles on it. Decent bang for the buck for a full system with added usable power, which is what the FZ-07 is all about - bang for the buck (and lots of fun).

The only other thing to mention about the system (but still important) is the sound. It's almost stock-quiet with the baffle in (and adds a full pass thru the muffler) and LOUD with the baffle out. I like the sound with it out, it is racy and has a nice beat to it with the cross-plane crank of the Yammie. It sounds nothing like you'd expect from an inline twin. If you're looking to be heard, this system with no baffle will get some attention. If you think LOUD pipes are obnoxious (think HD), you'll end up running with the baffle in or buying some other system.
November 4, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fantastic Carbon Full Exhaust Upgrade
INSTALLATION: For a gearhead like myself the installation went real smooth and took about an hour with balancing calls for "daddy" from my kids. Once installed the "Check Engine" light came on for about 30 seconds until the ECU was able to reprogram itself, then it turned off.
NOTE: some tools that are not listed that may need mentioning if you don't have already are a 1/2" drive socket wrench, a torque wrench, a breaker bar #pipe#, and a heavy-duty large size Alan key set.
NOTE: another useful bit of info not mentioned is that when you are installing the header pipes into the heads they may not easily fit. There is a sleeve between the two pipes that allows you to spread the pipes apart to make them fit perfectly. So you may have to play with them by spreading them apart slightly or bringing them in. Also, use scotch tape to hold your gaskets to the heads. The tape will melt off.
Also, when screwing the O2 sensor back on be sure to twist the wires the opposite direction in your hand first, that way when you install the sensor the wires will unravel and won't be twisted when you tighten it down.

SOUND: Without silencer - The exhaust system is very deep and throaty, similar to a Harley but without the cam idle sound. It's an interesting combination of a Harley sound matched up with sport bike sound. It is definitely not a high pitched after market exhaust sounding system.
With the silencer - The silencer takes the deep resonating sound and muffles it slightly so it doesn't vibrate your eardrums.

Performance: I noticed the already torque-filled bike turn into a torque-filled monster. It's an incredible feeling and very responsive. The FZ-07 will definitely shoot out when you need it to.

Looks: The carbon fiber looks High-end and mean. For the price this system is such a bargain.

Overall: This is the full exhaust system for your FZ-07. When I ride the bike now I feel like I'm in Mad Max or something with it's aggressive stance and matching sound.
September 27, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Best Exhaust for the MT/FZ-07 for Deep Throaty Sound
This exhaust system is the BEST system for the MT/FZ-07 if you're looking for the meanest, throatiest, look I'm coming, watch out exhaust sound on the market. It doesn't hurt that it's also one of the best looking and from one of the most reputable exhaust makers in the world.

Pros:
-Loud (I run baffle out)
-Light (Carbon Race is lighter than the titanium)
-Looks (Only system with the extended loop=unique)

Cons:
-Expensive (But still cheaper than titanium)
-Black Rivets get rusty (Black Paint Marker is your friend)
-Akrapovic Sticker gets pelted by rocks, so replacements are necessary

All in all, I'm beyond satisfied with my exhaust, and all the cons are fixable. Do it, buy it. I know you want it...
February 23, 2016
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
A Symphony for the ears
Who needs music when you can listen to this exhaust. The akra carbon is amazing! I run it with the db killer out and WOW! try not to scare people and set off alarms. its impossible not too...lol best mod by far!
May 25, 2016
Purchased
6 months ago
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great pipe that let's people know you're coming
I really like this exhaust it's a lot louder and sounds better than the wimpy stock pipe. With the stock pipe it was whisper quiet and it was harder to listen to the motor for the shift points. It sounds like an in between of a 450 dirtbike and a crotchrocket
July 9, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
The best for this bike! (Akrapovic Carbon Race)
Great fit and finish, and just looks sharp on the bike. I had the full system installed in just over an hour. It sounds amazing and really wakes the bike up to help let people know you're around them.
March 2, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Sounds great
Purchased the carbon fiber version, and it compliments the bike well. Left the baffle in and IMO it is just the perfect volume. I wanted something louder than the stock exhaust, but I can still hear my music. Watched many videos to get an idea for the sound before deciding and it sounds so much better in person. It is less of a pocket rocket sound, and more of a throaty "muscle car" sound, like someone mated a Ducati and miniature Olds 442: makes me drive much more aggressively just to hear the noise. Every time I rev the throttle people say they were expecting a much bigger bike to roll up! Few things that I think are important to note:
1) Contrary to the instructions the header pipes are pre-fitted to the "downpipe" or "collector" piece (whatever it is called), but you need to remove it to get the correct angle to fit the pipes to the block, otherwise they wont line up.
2) The sticker on the muffler started coming off on its own the day I installed the exhaust, which was not an issue for me b/c I wanted to remove it anyway - made that easy.
3) Running the carbon version (no cat) with the stock O2 sensor without any engine or fuel management ECU add-ons, have not noticed any issues after 700 miles although also have not noticed any changes in performance or gas mileage.
May 11, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Freaking awesome
This exhaust is awesome. Such a great purchase! It basically makes the big sound completely different. Love the rumble is gives the bike. The rumble helps you to be heard compared to the terrible stock exhaust that came on the bike.
October 12, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Good exhaust, but could be better...
very good looking exhaust, sounds good with out the silencer, but too quiet with silencer( like stock).
I wish the silencer could be easier to take off, also the sticker does not stick well, the edge will start peeling and made it looks "cheap", I wish Its laser printed like the European model!
April 12, 2016
Ride:
2016 Yamaha FZ-07
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Why did you choose this?
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i choose this for track days
Brian W on Aug 22, 2016
I've been wanting a new exhaust for my FZ07 ever since I got my bike. Finally bit the bullet and got this akra. Super pumped to see what it sounds like on the bike. Looks awesome as well
Garrett C on Jul 29, 2016
i choose this for track days
Brian W on Aug 22, 2016
Great sound
Paul M on Aug 21, 2016
I've been wanting a new exhaust for my FZ07 ever since I got my bike. Finally bit the bullet and got this akra. Super pumped to see what it sounds like on the bike. Looks awesome as well
Garrett C on Jul 29, 2016
This was the best exhaust system money could buy. It was a close decision between this and the Yoshi R7; mainly because of price, but I knew what I wanted. So, I got the best.
Quinn F on Jul 2, 2016
One of the best looking exhausts (in my opinion). Akrapovic is a great manufacturer. I chose this exhaust because it sits further back than most other systems so you don't hear as much exhaust noise, but you still hear a lot.
A J on Jun 21, 2016
did my research and when it come down to it everyone say this the best for the yamaha fz07
rocco a on Jun 21, 2016
The best
Chrys P on Jun 5, 2016
Wanted to give a better sound and attitude to my bike.
After looking at many different exhausts, I always came back to the Akrapovic.
Juan S on Apr 11, 2016
Sounds awesome and looks even better.
Jonathan K on Jan 2, 2016
Gift for a family member. Looks and sounds great on the videos. Can't wait to surprise him for his birthday!
Jamaica B on Sep 26, 2015
Best looking and sounding exhaust on the 2015 Yamaha FZ-07/MT-07
Daniel G on Apr 25, 2015
I chose it so that not only will my bike be louder, more like a Harley, it will get some respect from Harley riders and will sound better while kicking a Harley's ass! Woot!!
Kirk R on Apr 10, 2015
Bike go wang wang, need go broom broom.
Florio T on Feb 26, 2015
best price around for the exhaust.
Varughese T on Feb 7, 2015
The looks and the sound.
Yovan Y on Nov 11, 2014
Checking out exhaust systems on the internet Akrapovic looks to be the best .
Frank C on Oct 24, 2014
Yamaha has endorsed Akrapovic as a replacement exhaust for the FZ-09 and sells them via their own website.
On top of that, the Akrapovic retains the stock exhaust style and does not need a remap of the ECU for it to work.
David D on Aug 9, 2014
Great sound
Paul M on Aug 21, 2016
This was the best exhaust system money could buy. It was a close decision between this and the Yoshi R7; mainly because of price, but I knew what I wanted. So, I got the best.
Quinn F on Jul 2, 2016
How is the DB killer (rear baffle with the 2 small tubes) removed? Can it be re-installed with bolts or is it cut out?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It is held in place by a set screw , To remove the DB killer takes a bit of work as it is in there very tight. I got some plumbers pliers and clamped on to the DB Killer and then took a hammer and hit the handles on the pliers untill it came out.
Does this model come with or without the catalytic converter? If not, will this cause the engine to code an error?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It should be P-KAT-039 according to the schematic. But in the installation guide, there is a picture showed the cat number is P-KAT-028, that's why there are some confusion.
Is there any huge advantage to the titanium exhaust as opposed to the carbon fiber version?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I think it is mainly looks as well. The sound is slightly different, but both are good. I prefer the carbon fiber one though, and I think it looks amazing as well.
Is the big yellow "Akropovic" logo a removable sticker, or is it on there permanently?
A shopper on Mar 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Removable. Take it off before you put the exhaust on n gets it all hot n such. Hairdryer/heat gun and some goo off will do the trick. (Just installed mine last week)
Is the big yellow "akropovic" logo removable?
A shopper on Mar 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it peels off easily.
Hi I would like to know in case you removed the yellow Akrapovic sticker on the titanium version will the laser etched akrapovic logo underneath the sticker will be shown or there is no logo underneath it? Because saw some titanium version without sticker but laser etched logo of Akrapovic instead.
A C on Jul 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There are 2 versions of the Ti exhaust - the European official Yamaha accessory that is laser etched and the 'after market' version, with the sticker that is sold through Akrapovic dealers. There is nothing under the sticker.
Is this exhaust street legal in California?
A shopper on Mar 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, it doesn't have a catalytic converter. But I highly doubt you'll have an issue with it being that way, most aftermarket bike exhausts are that way
How is this exhaust compared to Yoshimura R-77 in sound and loudness? Have anyone measured the db levels without the db killer in? On Akra website there are only db levels for carbon versions probably with db killer in.
A shopper on Apr 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I just installed the Akrapovic carbon exhaust. I know it's not the titanium pictured but as far as I can tell from watching you tube videos on Akrapovic's and Yoshimura's installed on FZ 07's they are all comparable with no db killer, they're all loud. Some people think the Akrapovic titanium sounds the best and it should for the price. I think it sounds the best myself but I wanted to save a couple hundred bucks and got the carbon which sounds almost as good, the titanium sounds a little raspier but mine has a nice bark when I crack the throttle and sounds racy as well. I run mine with the db killer in and it still sounds great, gets plenty of heads turning. One thing about the Yoshimura carbon pipe, it doesn't create any back pressure like the Akrapovic's do so you will lose some of your low end torque. I suggest an Dobeck EJK controller to get that torque back and it's suggested by professionals one should be installed on any new exhaust pipe anyway or else your bike may run too hot and cause damage to your engine later down the road from improper fuel/air mixture. I suggest you watch the you tube videos and listen to them all for yourself. Only you know what you like. Good luck!
Is this product good to go out of the box , or is there other miscellaneous items needed in order to install it , ie. additional parts?
A shopper on Oct 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This product is great right out of the box but do note that the cat. insert is sold separately. If u live in a state that requires it make sure to purchase it as well. As far as install it was relatively easy u must remove the collector from the headers to install them then after starting the nuts install the collector
Do you need to remap or get a fuel controller with the carbon version for the Fz-07? I'm looking for a exhaust that is plug and play with no remapping required. Thanks in advance
A S on Feb 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am told with baffles in no remapping is required but alot of guys pipes are turning colors. I would remap no matter what pipe you choose. I did go with the titanium version and baffle out so I went with a Dobeck performance controller. If your looking for more power most all pipes are the same. I wanted the stock look and the angry roar. F'ing LOVE it!