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Two Brothers Racing V.A.L.E. Full Exhaust Systems for Yamaha R6

Two Brothers Racing V.A.L.E. Full Exhaust Systems for Yamaha R62008-2012 Yamaha R6 TBR V.A.L.E. Exhaust Systems

Yamaha’s R6 has caused quite a stir since its introduction. If you thought people were impressed with the bike before wait until they see it with a Two Brothers Racing exhaust system installed on it.

The all new TBR V.A.L.E. 4-2-1 Full system for the R6 unsurpassed craftsmanship and improved performance. These are just a few of the benefits that you gain by adding one of the all new M-2 exhaust systems to your bike.

By reducing the weight, improving the horsepower and torque, our new slip-on for the new R6 is exactly what you need for unlocking all that your new bike has to offer.

According to Two Brothers Racing, the V.A.L.E. 4-2-1 increases the R6’s horsepower by 5.5 (up to 116.2 HP), increases torque by 1.5 ft. lbs. (up to 46.1 ft. lbs.) and is 11 lbs. lighter than the 20-lbs. stock system.

Following are the systems available:

  • Yamaha R6 (2008-13) 4-2-1 Complete SS Exhaust System with M-2 Aluminum Canister: Part Number: 005-2120106V, MSRP: $1039.98
  • Yamaha R6 (2008-13) 4-2-1 Complete SS Exhaust System with M-2 Carbon Fiber Canister: Part Number: 005-2120107V, MSRP: $1149.98
  • Yamaha R6 (2008-13) 4-2-1 Complete SS Exhaust System with M-2 Titanium Canister: Part Number: 005-2120108V, MSRP: $1149.98
  • Yamaha R6 (2008-13) Black Series 4-2-1 Complete SS Exhaust System with M-2 Aluminum Canister: Part Number: 005-2120106V-B, MSRP: $1089.98
  • Yamaha R6 (2008-13) Black Series 4-2-1 Complete SS Exhaust System with M-2 Carbon Fiber Canister: Part Number: 005-2120107V-B, MSRP: $1189.98
  • Yamaha R6 (2008-13) Black Series 4-2-1 Complete SS Exhaust System with M-2 Titanium Canister: Part Number: 005-2120108V-B, MSRP: $1189.98

For additional information, log onto Two Brothers Racing.

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