News 2011 Honda CBR250R: Two Brothers Exhaust

2011 Honda CBR250R: Two Brothers Exhaust

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2011 Honda CBR250 Exhaust

As the 2011 Honda CBR250R continues to gain popularity, more and more aftermarket parts are becoming available for the sportbike.

The most recent company to offer an aftermarket part for the 2011 Honda CBR250R is Two Brothers Racing. The TBR teams recently developed a slip-on race exhaust system for the 2011 CBR 250 R, which adds 9 percent more horsepower and 7 percent more torque when combined with a Juice Box Pro, the company reports.

Two Brothers Racing’s V.A.L.E exhaust system for the CBR250R also drops 10 lbs. from the quarter-liter sportbike.

2011 Honda CBR250R Two Brothers Exhaust Features:

  • Aluminum, Titanium, and High-temp carbon fiber canister sleeves.
  • Billet aluminum gold anodized inlets & outlets.
  • Teflon coated M-2 magnesium end caps.
  • Complete mounting hardware.
  • Replaceable high temperature packing material.
  • CNC machined inlet & outlet.
  • Easy to follow step-by-step photo instructions.
  • Made, tested & assembled in Santa Ana, CA USA

Honda CBR250R V.A.L.E. High Performance Race Exhaust Systems Available

  • 005-3020406V V.A.L.E. Slip-on System with M2 Aluminum Canister $419.98
  • 005-3020407V V.A.L.E. Slip-on System with M2 Carbon Fiber Canister $519.98
  • 005-3020408V V.A.L.E. Slip-on System with M2 Titanium Canister $519.98
  • 005-3020406V-B Black Series V.A.L.E. Slip-on System with M2 Aluminum Canister $459.98
  • 005-3020407V-B Black Series V.A.L.E. Slip-on System with M2 Carbon Fiber Canister $559.98
  • 005-3020408V-B Black Series V.A.L.E. Slip-on System with M2 Titanium Canister $559.98

An industry first also allows you to use TBR’s custom shop and take to the podium with style by adding your own flare with color component options and custom badge design. Check it out at, call the pros at 800.211.2767 or at your local dealer.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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