News Jardine Releases 2012 CBR1000RR Products

Jardine Releases 2012 CBR1000RR Products

2012 Honda CBR1000RR: Jardine RT-5, Fender Kit

The Jardine Performance Products RT-5 slip-on exhaust system and Supersport Fender Kit is now available for the 2012 Honda CBR1000RR.

The RT-5 is one of Jardine’s best-selling sportbike exhaust product lines, thanks to its ideal combination of performance, styling and Jardine’s signature aggressive sound.

This RT-5 slip-on exhaust system has been dyno-tested to deliver the maximum possible gains in usable horsepower and torque. The system features precision stainless steel construction for maximum durability, and is available in two unique finishes; polished aluminum or carbon fiber.

Each RT-5 slip on system includes a precision welded stainless steel mid-pipe, a streamlined powder coated fairing panel to fill the hole left after removing the stock muffler assembly, and of course all of the necessary mounting hardware and instructions for a smooth install.

To give your CBR an even more aggressive look, combine your RT-5 exhaust system with a Jardine Supersport Fender Kit. These kits supply everything you need to rid your bike of that bulky rear fender for a sleek profile.

This kit includes laser-cut bracketry that is then powder coated to seamlessly blend into the body panels around it. The included turn signal mounting bracket is removable, making it even easier to customize the look of your bike. Each Supersport Fender Eliminator kit includes the brackets, mounting hardware and detailed mounting instructions.

2012 Honda CBR1000RR Jardine Products MSRP:

  • RT-5 Slip-on Exhaust – Polished Aluminum: P/N: 19-1028-123-02, MSRP: $549
  • RT-5 Slip-on Exhaust – Carbon Fiber: P/N: 19-1028-323-02, MSRP: $679
  • Supersport Fender Kit: P/N: 46-1007-03 MSRP: $94

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
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