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Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB1000R 2011-2013
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  • Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB1000R 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB1000R 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB1000R 2011-2013
  • Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB1000R 2011-2013

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Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB 1000 R 

The all new R-77D muffler has been developed throughout years of racing efforts, and hours of meticulous research and development by Yoshimura engineers. It's distinctive dual outlet end-cap design puts an enticing twist on the style of the original R-77 and further increases the mufflers open outlet area, resulting in increased exhaust flow while maintaining moderate decibel levels.

3/4 System includes R-77D muffler, stainless steel mid-pipe, Yoshimura built under-belly muffler, and all necessary hardware for installation.

NOTE: Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.


This Product Fits:
CB1000R 2011, 2012, 2013
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Yoshimura R-77D Slip-On Exhaust Honda CB1000R 2011-2013 5 5 7 7
Great sound, easy to install Yoshimura makes the best exhaust, with great sound and easy to install. Great finish and looks good on bike July 21, 2014
I mean its a Yosh.... What else can you say? It's light, beautiful and mean as can be. Small noticeable difference in the mid range. Big difference in the tone! Love it. The only downside is, and maybe I'm missing it but, there's no heat shield on the right side so my right foot gets cooked. July 21, 2014
As always Yoshi delivers the best sound and performance As you may expect from Yoshimura products this one doesnt dissapoint when it comes to built quality. Everything fits just like it supposed to, you just have to tweek the pipes a bit because they ran awefully close to the rear wheel. Otehr than that ut fits great and saunds awesome. May 27, 2014
You don't know what you are missing I loved the stock exhaust look and sound. Until I heard the Yoshi in person. It is beautiful and I think it is about 10 lb lighter than the stock one. The difference can be felt but I look forward to do more riding to get more feel of it. The throaty sound is def great over the stock one. this it eh 4/3 system and the exhaust clip is redesigned on this to give the bike more ground clearance but with another winter storm on the way, I have not had a chance to find out (or not find out if I could scrap it). The only thing is no picture to show how much clearance there should be between the muffler to the rear tire and it is pretty close. The installation is pretty straightforward just need a bit more force to take the stock off the header and to push the yoshi into the header. leaving blank on the durability since I dont know. I took 1 off the ease of install because the instruction says to remove the header bolt and let it swing down but it is easier to remove the rear tire to give you the room to remove the stock one. March 3, 2014
Easy to install and excellent sound There are only a few products out there that are designed for the CB1000R. This happens to be the best looking one and keeps the clean look of the single side swing arm while reducing dramatic weight off the stock system and increasing performance and sound quality. I approve. :) July 15, 2013
Great looks and sound! This is the updated version that doesn't have the ground clearance issue the original design had. Exhaust is super light compared to the factory setup. The instructions say to loosen the header nuts and swing the exhaust down. They say that because the cat is trapped by the rear tire and a clamp that hits the frame. I found it easier to remove the rear wheel and rotate the clamp out of the way, slides right off. You don't use any of the OEM gaskets, so don't panic if they tear. Looks great with the Cynos matte black. I'm loving it! June 27, 2013
Great rumble, easy install Super easy Install on my '11 CB1000R, snug solid fit, sounds great with a low throaty rumble at idle, looks sick, and a noticeable increase in acceleration "snap". Overall I'm very happy with the purchase (durability not rated as its only been installed a week) April 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: This product removes the cat? At the Yoshimura website it labels this one as the 3/4ths R-77D just making sure what it is. Nov 29, 2013
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Todd D: That is correct. It dropped over 10 lbs. in total weight reduction and sounds amazing. Very easy install. All parts are included. You will get a small amount of backfire or pop when downshifting, not terrible, but can also be adjusted with a Power Commander or similar system. Throttle response is better with this as well. Hope this helped. Dec 1, 2013
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Jennifer W: Is this a shorty exhaust ? Feb 24, 2014
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efrain c: No its just a slip on. Nov 29, 2013
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shane s: yes Nov 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: thinking about installing the yoshimura R-77D on my 2012 cb1000r. do i need the PCV as well.? May 7, 2014
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HSIN H: You are going to get all kind of answer on this one. There are people who swear by PCV.

IF the only mod on the bike is yoshi:
I went without. Take my opinion and it is just an opinion (then decide for yourself): If the pipe turn blue/purple tint after running it, the chances are it is running thin and I would strong recommend PCV at that point. If your pipe and the muffler gets a bit warm yellow tint then I think you are alright.

However, if you want to get the most out of the setup, then yes the PCV is necessary and get it dyno tuned (using a generic map isn't always going to get the most out of your setup). If you have Yoshi and aftermarket filter then I will also say it is a must to get the PCV.
May 8, 2014
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William C: You don't need the PCV to install it but for best performance I highly recommend doing both at the same time. May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: WILL THIS FIT A 2014 US MODEL CB1000R ? Jul 3, 2014
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Todd D: Yes. And it's amazing! Jul 3, 2014
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A S asked: im thinking about installing exhaust system not sure which kind and not sure if a PCV is needed for full slip on or bolt on? May 7, 2014
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owen f: Will work without a PC-V, as long as no high flow air filter mod is done. I have these on my 2013 ZX14R with a BMC filter and a PC-V. I love these! I recommend a PC-V because most bikes are lean due to smog requirements (especially here in Ca.). May 14, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stainless Steel / Slip-On 845743 1210043520 Available: Expect 1-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Carbon Fiber / Slip-On 846590 1210043220 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days