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Yoshimura RS-5 Exhaust for 2009 CBR600RR

Thursday, May 28, 2009
Yoshimura has released the RS-5 for the 2009 Honda CBR600RR. This motorcycle is a back-to-back AMA FX title winner because of its light weight, performance, horsepower, and handling. To improve upon that, Yoshimura has brought back the popular RS-5 undertail muffler for the newest 2009 Honda with an all-new round outlet configuration. The new round outlet gives the already potent muffler even more power plus an updated look that riders will love.

Honda CBR600RR with Yoshimura RS-5Yoshimura Carbon Fiber RS-5 Exhaust
Yoshimura Stainless RS-5 Exhaust Yoshimura Titanium RS-5 Exhaust
(top left, clockwise) Honda CBR600RR with Yoshimura RS-5 Exhaust; Carbon Fiber RS-5;
Titanium RS-5 Exhaust; Stainless Steel RS-5. Available from the Motorcycle Superstore.
Yoshimura's RS-5 undertail exhaust is the perfect companion to the mid-sized Honda, plus the sound that emanates from this Yoshimura system reflects its racing heritage. The new design produces more horsepower and improves power delivery. For example you can expect an almost 5hp increase with our Stainless Full System over OEM, in either of our three appealing sleeve combinations from Carbon Fiber to Stainless Steel to Titanium. It's not just the looks -- it's power, quality, fit and the name Yoshimura.

The RS-5 is currently available in Slip-on and Full System configurations and includes low volume inserts and a carbon fiber end-cap. Muffler options available are stainless steel, carbon fiber or titanium sleeve material. 

2009 CBR600RR RS-5 Slip-On

P/N 1228272 Stainless Carbon with carbon end-cap MSRP $549.00
P/N 1228275 Stainless Steel with carbon end-cap MSRP $429.00
P/N 7228277 Stainless Titanium with carbon end-cap MSRP $499.00 

2009 CBR600RR RS-5 Full Systems

P/N 1228072 Stainless Carbon with carbon end-cap MSRP $999
P/N 1228075 Stainless Steel with carbon end-cap MSRP $879
P/N 228077 Stainless Titanium with carbon end-cap MSRP $949

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Comments
ashley brojolall -Me  August 26, 2009 09:43 AM
hey ya honda is the most superb bike in the world, its sound, speed and cute of his style, it is very beautiful that bike and to work with it.
thesoapster -Blah  May 29, 2009 05:38 AM
Not a fan of the can. From the side profile it looks like it sticks out too far.
Michel -...  May 29, 2009 03:05 AM
Probably sounds as good as it looks too.