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Leo Vince GP Corsa Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 250R 2008-2012
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Leo Vince GP Corsa Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 250R 2008-2012

The GP Corsa 4-Stroke Silencers of the LeoVince line, developed exclusively for the market of up to 250cc displacement 4-stroke motorcycles offer perfect balance between look, performance and price. The GP Corsa full-systems allow 250cc racers to shed more than 13 pounds on the CBR and over 9 pounds on the Ninja when replacing the stock exhaust. The silencer, completely manufactured in AISI 304 stainless steel, is a round design, developed too limit noise levels, improve the engine sound and guarantee the perfect flow of exhaust gas. Internally it is filled with high heat resistant fiberglass that guarantees reliability and long life.

It is available with an aluminum or carbon casing, secured to the chassis by a stainless steel strap, lined with a vibration damping rubber gasket.

The GP Corsa Offers:

  • CAD/CAM design for precise fit
  • Designed after our Moto GP & Moto 2 exhaust systems
  • Significant weight savings over stock exhaust with the full system
  • Slip-ons boost horsepower across RPM range (linear power)
  • TIG-welded 304 Stainless Steel link pipes
  • Sleeve options include Aluminum and Carbon Fiber
  • Removable sound insert for more aggressive tone
  • Machine-specific tuned to work with stock fuel settings
This Product Fits:
Ninja 250R 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Aluminum 835434 3462 Out of Stock
Carbon Fiber 835377 3463 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Leo Vince GP Corsa Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 250R 2008-2012 4.8 5 17 17
Amazing exhaust Great exhaust. Sounds good and lowers some weight. Looks good and you can definitely feel the difference in power. November 23, 2015
Amazing! Turned my 2010 250r in to a monster, I don't go anywhere now without head turns. Very loud. Love it. October 26, 2015
Great price, very loud. I received this product quickly and the install was pretty simple. Just takes more than two hands to put on. The strap going around the muffler is hard to compress and put the bolt into at the same time so bring a friend! But it shouldn't take you more than 15 minutes to get the old one off and the new on. The exhaust is really loud... which in my case is great! but for someone wanting to do alot of highway riding its not so great, and the silencer doesn't really silence anything. I got the carbon fiber and it looks and sounds great. Happy to save the money and get something that sounds just as good as a comparable 400 dollar exhaust from companies like yoshi or two bros. September 28, 2015
Great sound and look. My stock exhaust was damaged and I decided to go the aftermarket route for a new one. This exhaust is more affordable than two brothers and yoshimura but still looks and sounds great. September 14, 2015
Sounds great Opening the box it was a little intimidating and I gave up trying to install it myself. But I went back got my tool kit outta my bike and went to work. I have never put anything together in my life except walmart furniture and it only took me 45 minutes watching the you tube video. It sounds great. I take the baffle out sometimes and it's probably too loud. But I love it. I would def buy again August 10, 2015
Great sound This exhaust has a nice deep tone and I had a noticeable increase in hp April 23, 2015
Worth every penny Exhaust came nicely boxed install was a breeze and exhaust sounds amazing w/ and w/o the silencer! December 30, 2013
Very throaty... Great quality...!!! The exhaust was fairly priced and delivered very quickly... Looks and sounds great on my bike... Easy install... Better performance all the way around... Very happy with the product and Revzilla... Thank you August 5, 2013
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Leo Vince GP Corsa Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 250R 2008-2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel J: I want my bike to be louder, and to change to an exhaust that isn't so big. Aug 26, 2015
Helder T: I was looking for an exhaust to replace the stocker on my girlfriends 250, man did i make the right decision. Not only is it a cinch to install, but as a direct replacement of the stocker, this makes the bike come alive and sound aggressive. Well, as aggressive as a 250 can sound! I like that it comes with a DB killer so you have choices according to your taste and preference. 10/10, would do again. Jun 1, 2014
A S: Just really wanted to add volume to the sound (for safety's sake), without sounding obnoxious (the bike, not the rider!). I don't expect to get any gains in power or efficiency.

Also, the Leo Vince is a known good brand, plus this slip on is inexpensive.
Dec 28, 2013
Dustin C: Great Price for a great sounding exhaust.. also its very easy to install. Oct 25, 2013
Jared S: price, performance, and aesthetics Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked: Hi was wondering if I need to put KN filter and rejet the carb with that nice carbon firber slip on? Apr 14, 2015
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mark w: hi i used the slipon muffler as part of a full system i built for the bike
my exp for what its worth
the bikes are lean off idle to about 3500 anyway so a rejet would be usfull
but not nessesary dont remove the air box its not worth the trouble unless you rejet
slipon will work wiyhout rejet ajust the idle mixure
Apr 15, 2015
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chria s: If you put this leo vince slip-on on, i will make your bike run more lean and even more so with the K&N filter causing back firing and after firing. I put both on and rejeted and it runs very good now. Apr 14, 2015
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Roberto N: No, but will not run as smooth. Better to put a k&n filter and rejet your carb. Apr 14, 2015
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Jake B asked: What would happen if i took it off my 2012 ninja 250 and put this on my 2012 ninja zx6r? Apr 4, 2014
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Kurt R: Personally Jake, I wouldn't recommend it. If you look at the two bikes on Revzilla side by side, they don't have any identical exhausts available. One of the bikes is a two cylinder with very conservative horsepower, while the other one is a four banger with enough horsies to require much more of a free flowing exhaust. I think you should keep the stock pipe before you experiment with parts intended for other bikes. Just my $.02.
Apr 4, 2014
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A S asked: HI I was wondering with this carbon firber slip on if I will need to rejet the carb and put a K&N filter ? Apr 14, 2015
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