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Two Brothers M7 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki KLX250S / SF 2006-2014
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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.

Two Brothers M-7 VALE Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki KLX250S / SF

Slip-On exhaust systems replace your existing “s-bend” pipe and exhaust canister. Two Brothers' s-bends are manufactured from .035" thin wall stainless steel. They then polish them to a satin finish. Two Brothers' uses only #304 stainless which will never rust. 

After a few heat cycles the steel turns a golden amber color which is the characteristic signature of high quality stainless steel. 

These systems not only add horsepower but also can drop significant weight from your bike. This type of canister can be mounted in the original canister position or in a “high” mounted canister position depending on the bike.

The entire line of TBR M Series canisters feature the same high level of quality construction and are designed to be fully serviceable in the event of damage, routine maintenance or the occasional repack. Two Brothers Racing's V.A.L.E.™ slip-on exhaust systems and flange-on systems feature CNC'ed aluminum inlets. These special designs provide for ease of maintenance as well as simplified construction, which is what a premium performance product is all about! The exhaust note produced by all of their Top Level™ exhaust systems is best described as being deep and throaty without suffering from the shrill whine normally associated with other manufacturer's straight through muffler canisters.

V.A.L.E. = Variable Axis Locking Exhaust. The V.A.L.E.™ system is TBR's revolutionary and patented method of attaching their muffler canisters to the exhaust tube without the use of springs or welding. Their V.A.L.E. systems allow the muffler assembly - exhaust tube and canister - to be positioned perfectly on the bike before all the mounting hardware is fully tightened. Once the canister and exhaust tubes are properly aligned, the V.A.L.E. assembly locks the muffler canister to the exhaust tube assuring a perfect, leak-free fit.

This Product Fits:
KLX250S 20062012, 2014
KLX250SF 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Aluminum / Slip-On 715131 005-1710406V/N005-1710406V In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Carbon Fiber / Slip-On 714607 005-1710407VR Out of Stock


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Arrived in 3 days and sounds great! Everything you need comes with this exhaust. Installed this along with a stage 2 dynojet kit and twin air filter and it makes a whole new bike. Bike sounds exactly how I wanted it to. Great product and I highly recommend. Install was very easy, just had to use a little elbow grease to get it into place! November 18, 2015
Two Brothers M-7 VALE Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki KLX250S / SF 2006-2014 I love the new M-7 Exhaust :) It really opened up the bike. It bolts up to the stock header with no issues. However I had also bought the new FNF power bomb header and the exhaust is 1/64 of inch to big. After a small relief cut in the header and the stock clamp it's perfect. If you do plan on doing allot of street riding I would definatly recommend that you buy a P1X power tip with the exhaust. It will take the exhaust from insanely loud to just loud. June 2, 2014
Looks and sounds Awesome ! This pipe only took about ten minutes to install ! December 24, 2013
Upgrade! I changed out my stock exhaust on my 2010 klx 250. It was a big improvement in sound and there's a bit more pep when shifting thru the gears. The bike def feels more aggressive with this upgrade. I considered buying a bigger bike but I am glad I tried this exhaust first. I will absolutely stick with it a while longer because I love the sound it makes without being abnoxiously loud but louder than stock. My guy friends installed it by the time I was finished with my beverage so I suppose it was easy for them. Bonus :) June 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: if i purchase a slip on for a stock klx250 s . will i have to rejet the carborator? Mar 1, 2014
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Jeff D: not necessarily, it may help if you tweak the carb in other ways rather spending big bucks for a re-jet kit i put 2-brothers on my klr 650 and did what they call a 22cent mod to my carb basically bought 2-washers to put on the carb needle and drilled out the tother hole on carb to 7/64s and leaned out carb mixture 1-turn. results great response in throttle more tork and bike sounds great pull up your bike type on u-tube iam sure youl will get all kinds of ideas for you bike and iam sure revzilla has pretty much all you need to do the job right and at great prices too got my exhaust in 3-days. good luck and good riding. jeff Mar 7, 2014
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justin s: If Its anything like the xr's you will want to jet it, they come extremely lean stock to meet emissions, i also changed to a foam filter, and pulled the snorkel off so it could breathe more. I also ground the inside of the header pipes to open up the flow a bit. Look up uncorking your carberator, you may get away with just a fuel screw adjustment. Mar 6, 2014
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Reden B: Need to rejet your carb if your engine is running either rich or lean. After you installed your new exhaust, test run your bike then check your spark plug. You can determine that your engine is running rich or lean. If still normal color, i think no need to rejet. I hope this will help.
Ride safe. :-)
Mar 7, 2014
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nathan p: Maybe not ,, but rejetting it will make the Bike run WAY WAY better. If you are looking for performance upgrade , Rejetting it will do more than the pipe will. Mine would not Idle with stock or this pipe until I rejetted it. You will not gain much from doing the pipe alone , except Bad@ss sound. BUY IT ! Mar 6, 2014
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Martin M: As Ed mentioned, this is a fairly major change. Rejetting and tuning the carb is the other half of your torque and performance.... also, (depending on how many miles and time in the dirt) think about doing a through tear down and cleaning of the carb since it's going to be off the bike. Mar 6, 2014
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Ed M: It's always a good idea to rejet your bike after you've done anything major like exhaust I recommend a JD jetting kit Mar 6, 2014
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