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Yoshimura RS-5 EPA Compliant Slip-On Exhaust Honda CBR600RR 2007-2008
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Yoshimura RS-5 EPA Compliant Slip-On Exhaust Honda CBR600RR 2007-2008

The RS-5 Slip-On is one of our most popular exhausts featuring its unique cone-shaped end cap, stainless steel mid-pipe, and carbon fiber sleeve.  If you want quality and durability, at a great price, this is the system for you.

This Yoshimura exhaust component or system meets EPA Noise Emission requirements of 80 dBA and is CARB compliant when installed on the specified motorcycle. Installation of this exhaust component or system on motorcycle models not specified may violate Federal Law.

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

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Yoshimura RS-5 EPA Compliant Slip-On Exhaust Honda CBR600RR 2007-2008
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A shopper asked: If I put this on my 07 cbr600rr do I have to repack it just like other aftermarket exhaust? Also do I need any other modification when adding this slip on exhaust. Last question, is there a difference between the carbon fiber and stainless steel other than the material. Thanks for your help. Feb 8, 2014
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Jennifer H: As with any after market exhaust, it will have to be repacked after a certain amount of mileage. The only difference between this slip-on and others is that the silencer cannot be removed (it's welded in place).

I cannot speak for modifications when installing on a 2007 CBR, as I installed it on an 09. There weren't any modifications required for the install, other than slapping some heat shield material to the underside of the bike (it's included in the packaging).

A lot of people recommend installing a Power Commander when doing the exhaust, but I haven't noticed any issues or decrease in performance without one. If you're doing any track riding at all, you'd probably want to add the PC. For solely street riding, you probably won't notice a difference from stock (other than that wonderful sound).

As for carbon fiber vs stainless steel... I opted for the carbon fiber, as the bike is all black. It was surprisingly light weight (especially compared to stock), fairly straight forward to install, and doesn't appear to get as hot as the stock exhaust. Honestly, if you can afford the carbon fiber, and it won't make your bike look tacky, I'd highly recommend it (especially if you remove the stuff on the tail that hides the muffler portion of the exhaust).

If you're planning on installing this yourself, and have never done it before, I'd recommend having a friend around for the extra set of hands. It may say "slip-on", but it's a muffler and roughly 4 feet of pipe (which does, in fact, slip on... with a little coercing).

Hope this helps!
Feb 9, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stainless Steel / Slip-On 846739 12270E7520 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Carbon Fiber / Slip-On 846780 12270E7220 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment