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Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 1000 2011-2013
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  • Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 1000 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 1000 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 1000 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 1000 2011-2013

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Yoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust Kawasaki Ninja 1000

The dual exhaust setup on the new Ninja 1000 gives an intimidating stance to an already aggressively styled bike, but the stock mufflers leave a bit to be desired. With the addition of Yoshimura's dual R-77s, your Ninja's true potential can finally be realized!

The R-77 consists of a trapezoidal shaped sleeve, maximizing muffler volume while offering a sharp silhouette to flow with the new body. The innovative End Cap is reminiscent of the R-55, featuring sharp edges for an attractive, eye catching appeal.

Yoshimura’s Slip-On Dual exhaust system utilizes the factory dual configuration on the bike, but results in the Yoshimura performance and styling you crave. This system includes Dual Yoshimura mufflers, stainless steel mid-pipes, all installation hardware and step-by-step instructions for an easy install.

NOTE: This exhaust is CARB compliant. Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.

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Ninja 1000 2011, 2012, 2013
Ninja 1000 ABS 2011, 2012, 2013
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Why I Chose Yoshi Over the years I have installed a number of complete exhaust systems and slip ons. Slip ons are easy upgrades to the stock bike. For my 2013 Ninja 1000 I did not want to install a fuel tuner so the full system was out - fuel tuners in the past have violated warranties on my bikes - I want to be able to slip the stocks back on run it into the dealer and have him fix it being none the wiser that I have made mods (I have an extended warranty on the Kawi that I need to protect). I decided on the Yoshi because 1. I did not want too loud a pipe (I have made that mistake in the past a couple of times) just something a bit beefier sounding, 2. paying $1300 for a pair of slip on mufflers is insane (I am not that stupid) like some of the other brands, and 3. I wanted to be able to repack the filler at a reasonable price (Yoshi filler is $40, Two Brothers and Akrap are $100....Akrap requires a dealer to break the studs and replace....Yoshi uses aluminum screws) - filler repack is recommended on all the mufflers every 10k miles which is less than 1.5 years of riding for me (too soon to buy a new set of mufflers so DIY replacement is important for me). I just ordered. Will update after install. BTW I did not order a servo buddy due to a comment below that it is not needed - we'll see. October 10, 2014
Freat performance and sound LOVE this exhaust!! I purchased the carbon fiber and it was worth every penny. Once I removed the servo (which can be a pain depending on how yours is cabled) and clamped these on I noticed an immediate performance increase. My 2nd gear no longer has any high end flat areas. I literally was thrown back a bit when I first started riding as I was used to the stock exhaust. One item to note is that you may want to pick up a servo buddy (http://www.shopskutr.com/servo-buddy/) since the motor won't need to be used any more, you may as well remove it and strap this in to prevent any FI codes and motor burnout if you ever need to roll back to stock. September 8, 2014
The right cans It's always so hard to know what unit is too loud, too quiet, requires tuning etc. I looked and tried a bunch of cans as I just wanted something louder than stock so you could hear the great sound the engine had to offer. The Yoshis are perfect! Throttier sound, louder but not at all obnoxious. The look in carbon fiber is off the hook, gorgeous through and through. It transforms the look of the bike,-from goofy looking to "Ahhhh, that's just right". To install them was literally minutes and required no mods and very simple hand tools. Bang for the buck, best mod made to the bike. For once, something worthwhile :-) September 1, 2014
Nice look Deep sound I'm happy with these Yoshimura R-77 slip ons. They look great and have an incredibly deep sound. May 26, 2014
really happy with the dual carbon slip on I really went back and forth on the exhausts for my ninja 1000, between full line vs slip-on, single vs dual, carbon vs titanium. In the end I stuck to the easy solution of dual slip-ons. The installation took me 30min but that was mainly because the stock ones are annoying to remove (servo cables) and only 5min to put on the yoshis. The style and finish are really great. I'm glad I got the dual, they look nice and compact and balanced on the bike. I didnt put the noise inserts in, and the noise is at the right level with the CAT still on. I wouldnt go for any louder. The carbon makes the sound very very deep and pure (less metallic). When you fire up the engine, it's like a base subwoofer with lots of watts, very cool. Bring up the rpm and it sings gloriously. In terms of performance, it's more free flowing than the stock, probably a few HP gained. The real gain would come from a full line w/o cat which adds 15HP. My only issues is whether the carbon will age well. February 13, 2014
Great product Very easy to install and much lighter than stock. Comes with inserts to reduce the db's if you prefer a quieter exhaust note. I found the sound to be perfect but I wouldn't want it to be any louder. Looks great with the red cowling. I may be one of the few out there who actually likes the stock pipes, particularly the sound from them, but they are very heavy. The Yoshi slip ons bring up the power a bit with the added power commander V. Maybe 5 extra horses added. I will be dyno testing it soon for exact figures. March 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will my bike run problem-free with its factory exhaust valve cables disconnected? It's a 2011 Ninja 1000 (Z1000SX).
Had some problem with my previous Z750 after installing a Termignoni universal muffler with these cables disconnected (FI signal started flashing after a few months of use).
Jul 28, 2014
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GEORGE W: I installed the Yoshimura R-77 slip-ons on my 2012 Ninja 1000 a few months ago and they are great. At the same time, I also installed a servo buddy (Google it), which plugs into the factory electrical connector for the servo motor and spoofs the computer into thinking the servo motor is still there.

That way, you can eliminate the weight and bulk of the servo motor and valve actuation cables, but avoid triggering an error condition that will cause the motorcycle equivalent of the dreaded "check engine" light, aka the FI light. Otherwise, the servo system has no effect on how the bike runs - the system exists only to control noise levels, as far as I am aware.
Jul 29, 2014
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Eric H: Shouldn't have any problems. What you will have to do is leave the servo plugged in just remove the cables so the servo doesn't throw a code. Jul 29, 2014
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Brian D: No problems so far for me. Did not install a servo buddy. Oct 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I still mount the Givi side cases with these mufflers installed? Sep 15, 2013
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larry h: Yes, the Givi luggage will fit. Sep 16, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stainless Steel / Dual Mufflers / Slip-On 845652 1415020520 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Carbon Fiber / Dual Mufflers / Slip-On 845769 1415020220 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days