I believe it is approx 42mm. But the problem is you will likely need a link pipe between the exhaust and muffler.Anyone happen to know the correct diameter size of the exhaust where the slip-on portion attaches?
Shopping around for an after-market slip-on and realized I have no clue what size I actually need. :wink2:
No, most slip ons require a middle pipe. They slip on as well.Doesn't that kindof defeat the purpose of the term "slip-on?"
https://www.dan-moto.com/DM_US/cbr-...7.html?zenid=157e9890834c617b67863bc3f7d908b0Doesn't that kindof defeat the purpose of the term "slip-on?"
Just looked at it, that is a crazy price. I am probably going to buy a universal slip on and then either get a shop to make a middle pipe or to get a cbr500 middle pipe and mod it to fit.Ah, gotcha.
Two Brothers Racing has one specific for the 2017 Rebels, but it's $430!
Either way that price is obscene for a slip on muffler. With the cat on this bike you are not gonna get much out of a aftermarket exhaust unless you go full exhaust and tune.Back in the day 2Bros made the best performance systems for Hondas, no idea if that still holds true today.
I wasn't initially sure if that was a full system or slip-on, but after googling it I agree...that's far too much to spring on a muffler (more so for ONE muffler rather than a matched pair). Even SuperTrapp is not that expensive.Either way that price is obscene for a slip on muffler.
Every K-speed exhaust is a chinese 50 dollar exhaust with the name Kspeed printed on it.I'm not surprised with the price.
What's the price fo a good Akra or Yosh for any bike? If TBR is a premium quality brand...
What I find interesting is that in Thailand they already have a lot of choice for cheap prices. But not exported...
For example, the KSpeed exhaust looks pretty.
I'm definitely tempted.Back in the day 2Bros made the best performance systems for Hondas, no idea if that still holds true today.
You almost made it a couple days without bring up Chrome lolI suppose the era of chrome spoiled me, back then a premium full system would set you back $400, even for a CBR600 or 1100 BlackBird. Most cruisers back then were supported by at least four aftermarket outfits ranging from cheap Cobra pipes that came with factory dents/dings/discolorations/broken welds to the $400 Vance & Hines or DG Performance HardKrome pipes with "Designer Jeans" Jardine topping the price list at $500 or so for their slightly better than Cobra quality goods (to be fair their chrome plating was second to none but they still had other quality control issues beyond the finishing process on their exhaust).
Granted the cat-converters & O2 sensors weren't the obstacles they are today (even FI was a rarity) so I get where a little extra engineering is going to come in with the modern mufflers. Still, $400+ for just one...that's the kind of sticker shock that hits you like needing a new head gasket.