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Yoshimura R77 Race Exhaust System Yamaha R3 2015-2018

Item: P303388

Developed with Yoshimura's AMA teams, this exhaust packs race-level power and performance is stunning package. Read More

$593.10 - $665.10
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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.


Yoshimura R77 Exhaust System Yamaha R3

The Yoshimura R-77 Exhaust System was designed with the needs of the racer in mind. Using the feedback received from the Yoshimura Road Racing Team, their designers came up with a muffler that is constructed from lightweight materials, grants a significant boost in power thanks to its high-flow trapezoidal shape and gives your bike a great sound without being excessively loud.  When combined with the stainless steel headers and mid-pipes, the muffler will help your engine make even more power and reduce weight. The end result is a complete exhaust system that will let your motorcycle reach its maximum potential!


  • Superbike technology and styling
  • Trapezoidal-shaped sleeve
  • Large volume of packing material
  • Straight baffle for ample flow
  • Innovative end-cap
  • Stainless steel header and mid-pipe
  • Made in the USA
Made in the USA
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Product Style Stainless Steel / Full System RevZilla Item #1035851 MFR. Product #133200J520 AvailabilityIn Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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R3 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
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G310R 2016-2018
S1000R 2014-2016
S1000RR 2010-2011
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CB300F 2015-2018
CB650F 2018
CBR1000RR 2008-2011
CBR1000RR 2012-2013
CBR1000RR 2014-2016
CBR1000RR ABS 2008-2010
CBR1000RR ABS 2012-2013
CBR1000RR ABS 2014-2016
CBR1000RR Repsol 2012
CBR1000RR Repsol 2015
CBR1000RR SP 2014-2016
CBR250R 2011-2013
CBR250R ABS 2011-2013
CBR300R 2015-2018
CBR650F 2014-2018
Ninja 300 2013-2017
Ninja 300 ABS 2013-2017
Ninja ZX-10R 2008-2010
Ninja ZX-14 2006-2011
Ninja ZX-14R 2013-2018
Ninja ZX-14R 2006-2012
Ninja ZX-6R 2009-2012
Ninja ZX-6R ZX636 2013-2017
Burgman 400 2007-2015
Burgman 650 2006-2012
GSX-R1000 2009-2011
GSX-R1000 2012-2016
GSX-R600 2011-2018
GSX-R600 2008-2010
GSX-R750 2011-2018
GSX-R750 2008-2010
Hayabusa GSX1300R 2008-2018
V-Strom 650 2017-2018
FZ-07 2015-2017
FZ-09 2014-2017
FZ1 2006-2015
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TMAX 500 XP500 2008-2009
XSR700 2018
XSR900 2016-2018


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4.8 / 5.0
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Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
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Ease Of Install
4.5 / 5
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4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
4 / 5
This is a review for beginner motorcyclists who want a louder exhaust.
Slip on versus full system? Which is right for you?

Slip-on pros:
Very easy installation. Does not necessarily make a louder exhaust sound (some people prefer this) due to still having the collector box with the cat converter still on. Generally cheaper by maybe around hundred or more dollars. The most "plug and play".

Full system pros:
Louder exhaust. More performance gains after ECU remapping. A hefty savings in sprung weight- generally a reduction of around 10lbs.

Now, for those who are about to purchase this particular model. Do you need an ECU remap? No. If you don't intend to take it to track days, and you are street riding, I emailed Yoshimura directly and their R&D responded saying with the baffle installed it was designed to run with stock ECU settings so no other modifications are necessary. That said, you will have a performance gain and better characteristics with an ECU remap. Even with the stock muffler, you will still get a performance gain. But if that is no big concern to you, you will be just fine with no ECU remapping. Take note, YOU WILL get popping on deceleration with this exhaust baffle in or out (more so when it is out) with no ECU remap.

Legality: Technically, this muffler is illegal in ALL U.S. States for street use due to having no catalytic converter. So, legally this muffler is only for track days. In reality, you look all over youtube and there are literally thousands upon thousands of motorcycle riders using after-market "closed-course" exhausts on the street daily and that is just people on youtube. So there are probably hundreds of thousands of riders out there sporting "closed-course" only exhausts. This is a gray area that generally is not enforced. The likely-hood of the police pulling you over for sporting an after-market exhaust is slim to none. There are a few states however that require a safety inspection that may or may not inspect for a catalytic system on your exhaust. You will have to research your own state if it is one of those (CA is not one of those). So, can you use this muffler on the street? Everyone else is doing it, so it fully up to you. But I am legally obligated to say no. Hahah.

Main installation. If you've never done this sort of thing, it will take roughly 2-4 hours on your own. I'd highly suggest someone to help you when it comes to actually mounting the pipe. Can be anyone, just so long as they are able to hold the pipe up towards the bike while you screw in the header flanges. If your bike is new, all you will need is all-purpose grease and some tools- hopefully you have a torque wrench. If you have put on several hundred miles already, you will also have to buy 2 new header gaskets. The all-purpose grease is to lightly coat the header gaskets and put them on the header opening and they will stay in place as you begin mounting the header pipes. Self-installation, while time-consuming, isn't bad at all. I've done my first bike with absolutely no history of wrenching and it gave me a sense of pride to do it myself. When I installed this exhaust on my wife's R3, it only took me 1.5 hours, so it got much easier the second time around. Do a youtube search to find a full install video for this exhaust on the R3. Its out there.

Sound, specifically to the R3. For the uninitiated or ignorant or newbie motorcycle rider, a motorcycle sound usually falls into just 2 categories. The rough, gruff sound of a Harley or the beautiful symphonic high revving sound of a 4 cylinder sportbike. The R3 will sound like neither of these with this exhaust installed. It will sound like a low cc parallel twin. If I had to choose which one it would more closer sound like, it will definitely fall closer to the Harley's V twin side but really, it doesn't sound like a Harley. It will definitely sound louder, much louder than stock, but if you are looking for a nice beautiful or tough sound, you bought the wrong bike buddy. I just want you to realize this as far as your expectations go. The R3's sound is even different than its bigger, naked brother sporting a parallel twin, the FZ07. The FZ07 sounds tough and smooth with an after-market exhaust. The R3 sounds like a loud annoying putter. Don't get me wrong, it isn't bad, but I am comparing it to the sounds of other motorcycles. Now, if this is your first motorcycle and this is your first after-market exhaust, YOU WILL BE PLEASED by the sound difference from stock. I'm just once again trying to manage your expectations. Also I would like to add do not judge the sound based on youtube vids. Having two different motorcycles with after-market exhausts, youtube vid sound clips never do any justice to what it actually sounds like in person. You have been warned.

Baffle in, baffle out? The baffle is a silencer that reduces the volume of the exhaust (called DB Killer overseas). There is a considerable volume difference with the baffle out. The Yoshimura comes with the baffle out packaged separately for you to install on your own. Its easy, you slip it in the can and screw it in before installing the exhaust. No problem. I'd suggest you hear it both ways to find which way you will enjoy it more. My wife complained that it was too loud and gave her a headache (even with earplugs) so I put the baffle back in.

Carbon or Stainless? The carbon fiber may (or most likely) will degrade over time from exposure to sun. This is something to consider. But let's face it, many people will prefer the look of carbon fiber.

Is this the right after-market full system for you? For the most part, they should all do the same job, reduce weight, have similar sounds and have roughly the same performance gains (after ECU remap). So its a matter of looks, brand, and cost. So really its up to you.

I should note, the Yoshimura recommends changing the packing (the fiberglass sound dampener inside the can) around 7k miles. But you probably can go 10k miles. But this is something to consider when wanting an after-market exhaust (repacking is a necessity across all brands). The extra upkeep costs will be higher than stock.

All in all, Yoshimura always makes a great middle-ground exhaust system so you can't go wrong. You will be happy with their products.
September 12, 2015
over 3 years ago
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
Great Looking Pipe
Rezvilla shipped this pipe very quickly and the packaging was second to none. The fit and finish was great, but you will need to eventually remap your ECU if you want to get rid of the backfires and the pops. The optional baffle that the pipe comes with cuts down on the backfires tremendously and I will be running my bike with the baffle installed until I get the proper tuning performed. I am more than happy with the looks, sound and finish. Would I buy it again? Yes.
September 14, 2015
2015 Yamaha YZF-R3
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
5 / 5
People hear me now when they don't see me.
Just Installed the Yoshimura R77 Carbon+tip with db killer installed. I did some research and decided when I did the upgrade I would go all in and purchased the block off plate with air box cap and Dyno-jet PCV (Mapped installed). 1st day installed R77 and took it for a ride. It did pop on the roll off a bit and just when you up shift. Day two. Installed PCV and block off. Took the R3 for a ride and tried to make it pop on the roll off. Not happening . Runs smooth seems to start stronger then when it was stock. As far as being too loud. If you just cruising it's fine. But when you let it rip its loud just the way I like it.
January 25, 2016
2015 Yamaha YZF-R3
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
5 / 5
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
5 / 5
2016 Yamaha R3 - Transformation
Amazing product, service, and best sounding pipe (imo). Full system with PCV and AT, DOIT!
December 12, 2017
11 months ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
5 / 5
Sounds Amazing
Just installed the full exhaust on my Yamaha R3 and it sounds amazing. Installation took about 3 hours because I was following a YouTube video. The instructions that come in the box are not that helpful. The exhaust was popping for the first day. But after it stopped popping. Now when I ride people are always looking at me. I highly recommend this exhaust over any other system. You won't regret buying this system.
April 29, 2016
2015 Yamaha YZF-R3
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
5 / 5
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
5 / 5
The best in the market
My Yoshimura exhaust is the product that will totally change your experience riding your R3. You will totally love the sound of your bike and the way it looks on it.
Just perfect
March 18, 2017
1 year ago
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Have r77 on my other bike as well (FZ07)
C K on Jun 5, 2015
Have r77 on my other bike as well (FZ07)
C K on Jun 5, 2015
If I install this full system on my R3 do I need a fuel controller (power commander)? Or will it be okay without that part?
A shopper on Oct 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You'll be fine, but a fuel management system is still recommended. Without one, you may experience power loss. Having the baffle helps, but running the exhaust without the silencer will mean even less power.
Dear Revzilla

Do you guys have the dyno for this exhaust? Me and the r3-forum would like to know the hp gains of this exhaust vs TBR and akrapovic. Also what is the exhaust header torque specification if you guys could add it's not in the r3 manual.
Taijean M on Sep 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have talked to the guys on the forum several times in different threads about HP and different exhausts. Because of how the engine is designed, nothing you could do to the bike would give it much more than 10hp all together. The exhaust alone wouldn't give more than 3. The engine is just an engine from the R125 that the Europeans have bored out to 321cc and given forged internals. The engine is a powerful as you can get it. For this bike getting an exhaust purely for power gains is improbable. The best idea if your going for power is weight reduction. Fender eliminator, different fairings, swap the clipons for something smaller and lighter.
Hey guys just wandering if this exhaust comes as a slip on or full exhaust?thanks
A shopper on Jul 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It comes as a slip on and full system. If you plan on buying go for the full system.
If I install this full system on my R3 will I need a fuel controller (power commander)? Or will it be okay without that part?
Chase S on Oct 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: does the package comes with the buffles or silencer?
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