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Two Brothers M-2 VALE Slip-On Exhaust Yamaha R6 Each Two Brothers Racing M2 Slip-On features the same high level of quality construction and is designed to be fully-serviceable in the event of damage, routine maintenance or the occasional repack. All TBRs M series slip-on exhaust systems feature the innovative V.A.L.E. system with CNC'ed aluminum inlets. The V.A.L.E. system is TBR's revolutionary, patented method of attaching the muffler canisters to the mid-pipe without the use of springs or welding. This system allows the muffler assembly - exhaust mid-pipe and canister - to be positioned perfectly on the bike before all the mounting hardware is fully tightened. Once the canister and mid-pipe are properly aligned, the V.A.L.E. assembly locks the muffler canister to the mid-pipe assuring a perfect, leak-free connection. Two Brothers' mid-pipes are manufactured from .035 thick stainless steel and feature a polished satin finish. They exclusively use 304 stainless steel for its high rust resistance. After a few heat cycles the 304 steel turns a golden amber color, which is the signature of high quality stainless steel. The exhaust note produced by all of Two Bros exhaust systems is best described as being deep and throaty, without suffering from the shrill whine normally associated with other manufacturer's straight through muffler canisters. But this bark would be pointless without a bad bite, so no matter which great sounding TBRs exhaust you choose they will all reduce weight and deliver additional horsepower and torque. As the government aka The Man pushes for greater emission restrictions, motorcycle manufacturers are forced to make their exhausts heavier and more restrictive. Two Brothers Racing has given the motorcycle community the means to stick it to the man with the M Series Slip-On Exhaust. Features: V.A.L.E. (Variable Axis Locking Exhaust) Spiral-wound perforated core Black Teflon coated magnesium end-cap Rubber-lined exhaust clamp Optional P1 and PX1 sound inserts available (sold separately) Optional anodized bolts kits available (sold separately) Made in USA / Table Styles ------------- / .table-container width:100padding-top:20pxtext-align:center .mobile .table-container overflow-x:scroll .table-container p font-style:oblique .akrapchart text-align:centerwidth:100max-width:535pxfont-family:'Arial', sans-seriffont-size:12pxmargin:0 auto .mobile .akrapchart width:100 .akrapchart thead trcolor:#fffbackground:#434141 .akrapchart thead tr th padding:.6em .akrapchart tr.dark background:#ddd .akrapchart tr td.bold font-weight:bold span.italic .akrapchart tr.light background:#f5f5f5 .akrapchart tr td padding:.6emborder-bottom: 1px solid #fffborder-right: none / The End! ------------- / Unit Stock Exhaust Two Brothers Max Gain Max Power HP 110.7 112.9 + 2.2 Max Torque ft-lb 44.6 45.2 + 0.6 Weight lb 3.4 3.2 - 0.2
 
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5 / 5
5 / 5
First time buyer with Revzilla, Great price, great pipe and sounds good!
PostedOctober 13, 2012
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MrMann
From San Francisco, CA
State:CA
Rider Type:Moto Enthusiast
Age:25-34
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Ease of Install 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Performance 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Finish 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Durability 
4 / 5
4 / 5
I have been exploring options to replace the stock pipe on a 2011 Yamaha R6 and had most people suggesting going with Two-Brothers. Revzilla had the best pricing by a long-shot on this pipe and was shocked that the day after I ordered it, it arrived at my front door step! That alone was very impressive. This pipe had gotten a bunch of good reviews from multiple people on this site as well as others and I have to agree that this product delivers. Being somewhat mechanical illiterate, I was able to do it in under an hour with some of basic tools I own (in addition to the few that come with the packaging) and had it fired up and working without any issues or leaks. Sounds louder then stock and each time I ride it, the sound gets a little bit more grumbly. No popping noise so far... just a good consistent sound and noticeable difference for the better. This is a score and looks great on my bike as well. Thanks Revzilla!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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