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Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014
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  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Stainless Steel
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Stainless Steel
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Stainless Steel
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Stainless Steel
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Stainless Steel
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Carbon Fiber
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Carbon Fiber
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Carbon Fiber
  • Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014 - Carbon Fiber

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Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300

The R-77 is a perfect match for the Ninja 300. Its styling and internal dynamics complement this new bike exceptionally well. Not only does the R-77 enhance the aggressive styling, it provides an ample boost in horsepower and torque from mid-to-peak RPMs, just where you need it.

Improving styling and performance was not our only goal. This system also significantly reduced weight over the stock system, resulting in better handling, weight distribution, and fuel economy. Tearing up track has never been so much fun.

Full System includes R-77 muffler, stainless steel header and tail-pipe, low-volume insert, installation hardware, and detailed step-by-step instructions.

Note: Please check local laws before purchasing a Yoshimura Exhaust. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.

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Ninja 300 2013, 2014
Ninja 300 ABS 2013, 2014
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Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Ninja 300 2013-2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jose P: Replaced OEM exhaust. May 16, 2015
Forrest H: BEST SOUNDING EXHAUST FOR THE 300 Mar 15, 2015
James M: The amazing sounds!! Sep 2, 2014
Clinton R: Wanted to open up the exhaust note on the bike some and liked the sound of this one the best. Aug 24, 2014
ELISEO A: Added a few HP, get noticed. Jun 13, 2014
Drucilla Y: Yoshimura is a quality brand. I love this exhaust. May 20, 2014
Andrew R: Heard this was a great exhaust for the Kawasaki EX 300 May 16, 2014
Richard C: I wanted the carbon fiber and the performance gains on the bike are real! Apr 15, 2014
andrew G: bought exhuast here before and shipping was fast plus my papi bought it for me!! Mar 25, 2014
Lance H: Great reviews, trusted name, and great sound/look. also good boost of HP when combined with the Power Commander V Feb 19, 2014
Michael B: Better power and sound and looks. Feb 10, 2014
A shopper asked: Does it fit the 2014 ninja 300 abs model? Sep 24, 2013
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Daniel Z: I installed mine on a 2013 non-abs, however, I can't think of any part of the exhaust system that would even come close to the ABS moving parts.

If you want to verify, Yoshi is located in S. Cal. and can be reached at 1-800-634-9166.

I think you'll like the exhaust - the fit and finish is absolutely beautiful. The sound is... well... music.
Sep 24, 2013
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Dave N: Yes, perfect Fit !!! No problem! Sep 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would this exhaust system by any chance fit the 2015 ninja kawasaki 300 SE or 300 abs? Dec 27, 2014
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Dave N: Yes, this model is the same since 2013 , i think is the best sound ever for this bike.Enjoy .Dave Dec 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Thinking about purchasing this for my 300... 1. I have not much mechanical experience ( I can change a battery and I installed the seal cowl), is this easy enough to do myself? If I do purchase and install, does the bike need to be re-tuned, and is that something the shop could do? Mar 1, 2014
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Daniel Z: You should be able to do it yourself with no problems - just take your time and pay careful attention to the instructions.

A couple of hints;

You just need to remove the right side lower fairing.
Do not start tightening bolts until all the new components are attached.
Look carefully at the instructions for where the gold spacer on the rear bracket goes.
If you are using the baffle, install it in the muffler before you put the muffler on the bike.
If you can, borrow (or buy) a torque wrench for tightening down the 4 header bolts to the cylinders.

To get the most out of your Yoshi, you should probably have your ECU flashed. I used Flash-Tune ($100 on an exchange basis). The removal and installation is quite easy - about the same as installation of a new battery. The ECU sits in a rubber jacket right behind your battery.

The Yoshi / ECU combination is, IMO, very impressive.

Good luck!
Mar 1, 2014
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Chip h: Yeah you have to flash tune your ecu or you can install a tuner kit like the powercommander 5 but dont worry its fairley simple just wire up the tuner after you find defalt map for r77. The headers were hardest part requires a little force maby mine were spaced tighter. You dont actually have to remove gas tank to install tuner i proped mine up with 2x4 and connected wires. its a stright foward install that im sure you can do. The fender elimator is actually harder in my opnion.
Mar 2, 2014
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A S: You really don't need to have awesome mechanical skills. All you need to able to do is to remove lower side right fairing, remove and install literary 3 bolts. You will also need to flash your ECU (I did mine with flash tune) or get piggy back system like power commander V or juice box. This will increase your power gain and reduce the flat spot. All torque specs and everything else can be found in service manual. Mar 1, 2014
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Alexander T: I bought this a few months ago for my 300. I had no experience previously besides changing oil, tires and what not. If you take your time I'm sure almost anyone could do it. Also I don't think it requires a tune but this is something you may want to discuss with a professional mechanic.

Hope that helps.. Btw te exhaust sounds amazing. Very clean but loud enough.
Mar 2, 2014
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Chip h: If you dont tune your ecu you wont unlock the full potential of a full system. But yes you can install without tuning. You would be better off just getting a slip on if you dont plan on tuning Mar 2, 2014
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nicolas p: Install is surprisingly easy. Just take your time and make sure you don't lose any bolts (like I did) and you should get it all done in less than two hours. I had very little experience and it went very easy. I recommend you get a re-tune in order to get the maximum performance but it is not a necessity. Runs fine without. Depends on the shop if they can do it. You could also buy a fuel controller and do this yourself and this will also allow you to retune again if any more aftermarket parts are added. Mar 1, 2014
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Multi-Systems Programming & C: Easy to install yourself. No tuning afterwards required. Mar 1, 2014
Terry D asked: Does this product come with the exhaust bracket? Or do you have to buy it severalty? Jul 24, 2014
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Daniel Z: For my 2013 non-abs it came with everything I needed. You use the stock bracket (with a spacer provided by Yoshi) and the existing exhaust gaskets. Jul 24, 2014
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Dave N: Hello , the exhaust bracket in stainless steel is included and fit perfect ! Don't worry, Is the best exhaust system for Ninja 300 Aug 4, 2014
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Christopher H: You have to buy the exhaust bracket seperately, but it's definitely worth the money. Jul 24, 2014
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Bridget M: The full system came with everything needed for installation. Jul 24, 2014
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Alexander T: This came with the bracket Jul 24, 2014
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A S: Comes with a bracket Jul 24, 2014
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Cristian E asked: I'm thinking about purchasing this Yoshimura R-77 for my 300 Ninja SE. Going over the reviews, I see that the system is okay by itself, I also see that I should also get a Dyno PCV. Also, I read about Bazzaz commander, would both work with the r-77 or is the dyno made for the 300 and the Bazzaz for something else?? If both are the same from different brands, which one works better? Thanks for your info and opinions. Feb 23, 2015
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Bridget M: Wish I had better info for you. I went the route of having my ECU re-flashed instead of the dyno. Good luck with your research, I have been happy with the full exhaust on my 300. Feb 23, 2015
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Cristian E: Thanks for the reply, having the ECU re-flashed is like having it reset (at the dealer/shop) ? Feb 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does anyone know if there is a place on the header to put an O2 sensor from the PCV auto tuner? Or would I have to weld this new header? Thanks in advanced. Dec 19, 2013
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Daniel Z: No place for an O2 sensor on the one I installed on my 2013 Ninja 300.

In case it helps, I recall that there was a discussion of this issue in the Ninja 300 forums at kawasakininja300.

On a side-note, the R77 is a very nice upgrade for the 300.
Dec 20, 2013
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Chip h: You have to drill and weld a o2 bung if you want to install auto tuner. I believe the bungs come with auto tuner Mar 2, 2014
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john g asked: SPECIFICATIONS AND SHIPPING

Good afternoon.
I AM VERY INTERESTED IN PURCHASING THIS ARTICLE, BUT BEFORE DESIRE TO CONFIRM ANY INFORMATION YOU.
1. YOSHIMURA EXHAUST PIPE COMES WITH FULL? THIS IS COMPLETE SYSTEM?
2. EXHAUST MUFFLER COMES WITH REMOVABLE?
3. MAKE YOU SEND THIS ARTICLE TO BOGOTA-COLOMBIA?
4. COULD CONFIRM THE DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT OF THE BOX IN WHICH SENT THE ARTICLE?
May 14, 2014
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Jon F: It is a full exhaust headers back. And if by muffler removable you mean the silencer insert then yes. It comes uninstalled. Not sure about shipping, but the box was about 1ft x 1ft x 3ft if I remember correctly. May 29, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stainless Steel / Full System 872218 147000J520 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Carbon Fiber / Full System 872217 147000J220 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours