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Two Brothers Racing M-7 Slip-On

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The Two Brothers Racing M-7 Slip-On exhaust systems feature an exclusive Teflon coated, blunted, cast magnesium outlet and the exclusive X-Lite™ retaining ring that not only looks great, but also significantly reduces the weight of the exhaust system. The V.A.L.E.™ inlet design eliminates the use of springs and creates an adjustable mount that is rock solid. The system also features a precision, mandrel-bent, thin-wall s-bend tube, and for a full system, a custom fit header pipe for each model. U.S. Forestry Service approved Spark Arrestors are included with all M-7 V.A.L.E.™ offroad, slip-on exhaust systems. The tips mute the exhaust tone slightly with absolutely no loss of horsepower. Additionally these tips prevent the introduction of foreign matter into the exhaust system.


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Brand Two Brothers Racing
CARB Notice BikeBandit.com makes no representation or warranty with respect to on-highway use in California or any other state. Consult with the manufacturer as to any such exemptions before installing any add-on or modified emissions-related parts.
Muffler Material Type Aluminum, Carbon, Carbon Fiber
End Cap Magnesium

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It is what my Cousin put on the bike when I bought it and I liked it but the end of the exaust has fallen off and I can not obtain all the parts to fix it. So I purchased a new one.
Dave on Mar 3, 2018
It is what my Cousin put on the bike when I bought it and I liked it but the end of the exaust has fallen off and I can not obtain all the parts to fix it. So I purchased a new one.
Dave on Mar 3, 2018
if i get the two borthers racing m7 will it com withe the slip on pipe to go on my pipe
wyatt on Jul 14, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! Yes this will have the pipe that slips onto your head pipe.
Hello! I need to find out how loud this silencer is? I ride in and around the National Forest and have paid many tickets because of how loud the other exhaust I have had in the past! Lots of hills that carries sound a long way where I live and ride!
Jeremy F on Feb 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeremy, thanks for the question! Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not say how loud this slip-on is but customer have said it to be really loud, maybe not a good choice for your riding location. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at [email protected], Live Chat or by phone toll-free at 1-888-339-3888. We are always more than happy to help.


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I installed this muffler on my 02 KLR 650 along with an FMF head pipe. This solved the performance issues I had with the bike. Provided massive torque increase along with much better power delivery. The bike is much stronger and smother. I don't have to use the clutch nearly as much during slow off road maneuvering. On the street around town I used to run in 3rd gear mostly but now I am using 4th most of the time. Anxious to see what the fuel economy improvement is going to be. On the highway I was very pleased with high speed performance improvement. I listed the noise as a con and it is loud but I LOVE it. Along with the big bore kit the previous owner installed and some other performance tweaks this bike is now one bad KLR. This is well worth the cost and then some.
October 10, 2012
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