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Two Brothers M-2 VALE Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 650 R
This system completely replaces your existing exhaust system. This not only adds horsepower, but also can drop significant weight from your bike. Two Brothers' builds their header systems as a complete unit.
Their finished system flows better at the collectors, makes more power and does not vibrate on the bike.
TBR's superbike stainless steel headers are manufactured from .035" thin wall stainless steel. They then polish them to a satin finish. The ductile quality of stainless steel makes it possible to produce extremely light and strong headers. TBR uses only premium #304 stainless which will never rust and after a few heat cycles will turn a golden amber color which is the characteristic signature of high quality stainless steel. This type of canister can be mounted in the original position or in a “high” mounted position depending on the bike.
NOTE: Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.
Two Brothers M-2 VALE Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 650R 2012-2013
All Around Great
Easy Install if you have even a minor amount of mechanical aptitude. Sounds great, loud though. fit and finish are top notch. I would buy it again.
December 8, 2012
This product makes the old exhaust look like a hunk of junk. It really loud and wasn't too hard to put on only took about and hour to put on.
November 4, 2012
Amazing Sound! Well worth the Money
When i bought this bike i was very disappointed with how it sounded. so i immediately did my research to fix this problem. My search was extensive, i then came across this product. I have been shopping with Revzilla for a few months now and i was not surprised to find this exhaust on there site and they had it for the cheapest around! I ordered it and i had it within two days (which is not surprising they are really good with fast shipping). i basically slapped it on and was amazed with the power and SOUND!! thanks guys perfect buy i am beyond happy!!
September 17, 2012
sounds amazing, looks great
I must say my ninja sounded like a compressor. After i fitted the two brother exhaust the bike was so more responsive and powerful. There is alot of difference in weight but if you are going to buy this make sure you want a loud exhaust, All the videos don't do Justice to how loud it is but i find that it is worth it. Full 5 stars recommend if you like it loud
September 11, 2012
loud deep noisy adds some power
before the ninja 650 sounded like a lawn mower now you can tell the bike has a pair of you know what. It is loud so you will most likely have to start wearing ear plugs unless you want to go deaf. Definitely adds power behind every gear before you could feel lack of power after only 4,000 rpm but with the exhaust i can easily go up north of 6,000 and feel more power behind the gears not that I would recommend this. If has a deep manly bass sound not like those cheap exhaust people put on their bikes that sound loud and screetchy and quite honestly annoying. Thumbs up but yea it's loud make sure you really want this before you put it on because once it's on you may have to grow to love it or hate it depending if you can take the extra noise.
September 2, 2012
Incredible Exhaust system!
The second i rode with it installed for the first time, I noticed a HUGE horsepower difference. The bike was so much more responsive and sounded phenomenal. Definitely well worth it if you want sound and performance. And all that's without the Power Commander.
July 30, 2012
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Gregory M: Great sound. I think i am riding a Harley!Mar 9, 2014
Jonathan H: Had really good reviews and sounds goodFeb 17, 2014
T H: Chose it because sounded good... turns out it does.Jan 17, 2014
Shawn K: I wanted to replace my OEM exhaust. After much research and a lot of debate I finally pulled the trigger. The price is right and the product review looked good. I watched videos and listened to how it sounded on the bikes of other people and finally decided that I needed that sound on my bike.Nov 6, 2013
A shopper asked:I see that questions have been brought up on the legality in some states, is this legal in Texas?Jan 29, 2014
Rodney N:The quick answer is probably not. When I received the exhaust system it is clearly labeled that it is illegal for street use in some states. I put mine on and kept the original system with the converter just in case. I did ask a couple of random police officers at a gas station how they determine if the exhaust is against the law. They said it was all about the 'db' level. While it is much louder than stock, it doesn't violate the sound level limitations. In the end, you are removing the cat and emissions stuff.. prob illegal in most states with all the environment issues.. I'll run mine til they tell me to take it off.. Love it!Jan 29, 2014
Sam C:Not a chance. This system is very loud. That said, I've ridden with this exhaust in San Diego everyday for a year with no problem. I'd rather be heard by vehicles as I approach and pay a $50 ticket if I ever get one. They enacted a tough noise law as of January 1, 2013 (see SB435, Motorcycle Anti-Tampering Act).Aug 12, 2013
Ariel C:No, in California u are not allowed to make any mods to the exhaust my tech told me but I did it anyway and love it. Unless u are being a social menace police will leave u alone. I also blacked out my wind screen which is also illegal but have had no issues.Aug 12, 2013
Pedro H:I Believe all exhaust are made for track use only.
But we still use them on the street?
I'm from Cali and so far I haven't had any problems with the police and the exhaust is pretty load. Aug 12, 2013
jack s:Yes, lots of patience. One trick, if you find that the main body of the factory exhaust isn't coming out of the engine no matter what you do, try manipulating the center stand if you have one. In my case, the centerstand was keeping the old exhaust from coming out. Also, if you have a pneumatic drill or a high wattage electric drill, you may want to use it to take the factory bolts off. They are work hardened and heat hardened, so they really don't want to come off and will strip very easily. Overall, changing out the exhaust was no walk in the park. Be ready for a challenge.Mar 8, 2014