2010 Yoshimura Parts for Honda CBR 1000 RR Fireblade

Aftermarket sportbike exhaust producer Yoshimura announced it has introduced new pieces for the 2008-2009 models of Honda's flagship sportbike, the CBR 1000 RR Fireblade. Its YRS division (Yoshimura Race Shop), opened last July, will offer oil-filler caps, axel-adjuster blocks, steering-stem nuts, heat-shields, case savers, bar ends, and stand stoppers.

Taken separately, the Yoshimura oil-filler plug features distinctive Yoshimura Magnasonian finish and are CNC machined from high quality billet aluminum. The product is available with an MSRP of $23.95.

The Yoshimura axel-adjuster blocks are lighter weight and even stronger than the factory ones. They also feature Yoshimura Magnasonian finish and are CNC machined from high quality billet aluminum, while adding a laser etched Yoshimura logo. It has an MSRP of $74.95.

The Yoshimura Steering Stem Nut, also the choice of Superbike riders Tommy Hayden and Blake Young, are stronger and lighter than the stock steel unit, pre-drilled for safety wire and have a laser etched Yoshimura logo. This part has an MSRP of $30.95.

Developed with CAD software, the Yoshimura Case Savers are designed to provide lightweight, high-strength protection and to reduce the damage to the OEM engine case during a light crash. Every Case Saver kit comes with a left and right Case Saver, high-grade hardware, detailed installation instructions, and Yoshimura decals. The kit has an MSRP of $195.

Each bar end piece is machined from lightweight aluminum alloy to save weight, and each kit comes with all the necessary hardware for easy installation. Sold as a pair, it has an MSRP of $45.27.

Finally, the Yoshimura stand stopper kit, which attaches to swingarm for use with race stand, fits all 6, 8 and 10mm applications. It also sells as a pair at an MSRP of $33.95.
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