Honda CBR250R Gets Street Sport Exhausts from Yoshimura
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Specifically, the CBR250R entry level sportbike develops 7bhp in standard form, shy of the 33bhp restriction for category ‘A’ licence holders.
Yoshimura have developed a new R-77J Street Sport slip-on end can to do just that. Both Stainless Steel End Cap and Carbon End Cap versions will be available in three sleeve versions; Stainless, Titanium and Metal Magic and features a removable dB-Killer baffle. Peak power and torque are improved, with a significant weight saving over stock.
As a fresh reminder, we’ll tell you that the CBR250R comes fitted with Combined ABS, a class-first, a system that includes a Combined Brake System (CBS) and an Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS).
Tech Specs are as follows:
CBR250R R-77J Street Sports slip-on Stainless end cap
180-420-5V50 Stainless Steel £493.07
180-420-5V80 Titanium £575.25
180-420-5V20 Metal Magic £575.25
CBR250R R-77J Street Sports slip-on Carbon end cap
180-420-5W50 Stainless Steel £575.25
180-420-5W80 Titanium £657.43
180-420-5W20 Metal Magic £657.43
Noise Output (decibels)
With dB-Killer fitted: 86 dB @ 4,250 rpm
Without dB-Killer fitted: 94 dB @ 4,250rpm
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