warehouse features any
at the lowest price. You'll find a
Yoshimura motorcycle exhaust
and almost any Yoshimura
exhaust system, plus 1000's
exhaust pipes with a 100%
as well as any Suzuki
motorcycle exhaust with brand
exhaust systems shipped directly
to you. Save on
and any Kawasaki
exhaust as well.
Yoshimura exhaust R&D ships up to 6,000 pipes
per month! The reason the demand was so high: Quality
and Performance. Every Yoshimura pipe goes through
an exhaustive research and development program.
Typically the lights at Yoshimura are on way after
5:00 each night. Their R&D group and race group
integrates and interact in order to bring "cutting
edge" track technology to the masses that want
the Yoshimura motorcycle exhaust experience.
bent titanium hand welded construction, and hand
packed titanium sleeve mufflers are all the top
quality features you will find on Yoshimura
has been in racing at the top level for so long,
they know what works and does not. The brutal factory
Yoshimura/Suzuki DRZ400 race bikes are forces to
be reckoned with in the hands of Steve Hatch, Rodney
Smith, and Mike Keidrowski. Matt Mladin and Aron Yates
has piloted the 1000 and 600 respectively winning
title after title with the Yoshimura exhaust system.
back in 1954, the success of Yoshimura as one of
the world’s largest performance aftermarket
sportbike exhaust companies didn’t happen
overnight. Founded by Hideo Yoshimura, or “Pops”,
as he was known by, he started out with a few dedicated
employees working in a small race shop. The Yoshimura
exhaust shop was quick at pumping out fast bike
motors, the reputation of “Yoshimura-built”
motors grew and he soon created a cult-like following
among racing enthusiasts. With this momentum Pops
turned his attention to the U.S.
the mid 70’s, Yoshimura R&D of America
Inc. was up and running and the new American division
was building a reputation just as strong as its
parent company had in Japan. In the early days of
Yoshimura pipe R&D, legendary tracks such as
Daytona and Loudon were the proving ground for the
“new kids on the block.” The granddaddy
of them all, Daytona, was where the Yoshi crew staked
its claim for the Yoshimura motorcycle exhaust.
The bikes held up to the punishing high banks of
Daytona and the power was there!