Gear / Parts Kawasaki Versys 650 | Two Brothers Racing S1R Full Exhaust Released

Kawasaki Versys 650 | Two Brothers Racing S1R Full Exhaust Released

Kawasaki Versys 650 TBR Exhaust

Kawasaki Versys 650 | Two Brothers Racing S1R Full Exhaust ReleasedShort and to the point! The New S1R Full system exhaust by Two Brothers makes the connection between power and adventure. Proving once and for all that performance is a language we all speak.

It seems these days more and more people are gravitating towards the adventure sport style bike. With an upright riding position and added suspension these bikes are capable of taking you places that a standard sport bike can’t. One of the front-runners in this discipline is the Kawasaki Versys 650.

Kawasaki Versys 650 | Two Brothers Racing S1R for saleKnowing people would be loading these bikes up with gear and taking off for the hills, Two Brothers Racing set out to make an exhaust that would maximize the potential horsepower in the Versys platform. After some tuning on the dyno the team at TBR found what looked to be a winning combination with their S1R exhaust.

“The S1R is perfect for the Versys 650” claims Mark Jacobs Sales Director of Two Bros. “Aside from adding some serious style points the free flowing compact design of the S1R really wakes up the 650 motor” explains Mark.The boost in power should come in handy at higher elevations and on steep grades when loaded down with gear for your adventure.

Dumping out just before the rear tire the S1R comes complete with a stainless steel header that is TIG welded by hand at the TBR headquarters located in Santa Ana, California. Featuring their signature spiral wound perforated core and Teflon coated magnesium end caps riders can expect a deep throaty exhaust note that enhances the riding experience. With multiple canister variations there is sure to be a perfect match for any bike.

Contact your authorized Two Brothers Racing dealer to order or to find out more about this amazing exhaust system.




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