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Slip-on Underbelly Exhaust for the 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R

HorsePower Gain: +5

Weight Loss: -10lbs

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Our trademark blend of sleek Moto-GP styling and track proven performance has been incorporated in our design for the ZX-10R. Performance wise, owners will enjoy the additional 5 horsepower punch in the mid range and more sensitive handling due to shaving 10 pounds off of the underside the bike. But it’s the aggressive appearance that really sets TaylorMade Exhaust kits apart from anything else on the market. Our unique carbon fiber panels blend seamlessly into the stock panels to create a clean, functional look straight from the grid.

The new Kawasaki exhaust is available with a removable DB Killer, allowing you to have full control over the sound and retain the ability to keep the bike within track decibel limits. The exhaust is hand-constructed, made of all stainless steel components and includes carbon finder trim panels for both the left and right sides of the bike. As with all TaylorMade exhausts, your kit will be shipped to your door complete with all necessary hardware and a detailed installation guide which makes fitting the exhaust a breeze.
 

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What's up with the poor quality of the images? They're worse than what came off my old iPhone!

If you want to sell lots of these, I'd suggest you'd want better pics than that!
 

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^^^ I'd have to agree with ya on that, the second pic seems to make it more obvious with the taylormade sticker... :shady::dontknow:
 

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Ill posted some better pic tonight when i put mine on this exhaust is beautiful best looking exhaust yet for the 2011 zx10 I also paid 725 for mine plus shipping .
 

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Always liked these wish they made them for the first gen
They did. Of course now I cant find any of the pictures or info for it. It looked sick as hell though. Wrapped over the swingarm and you ditched the undertail because it was an underseat exhaust
 

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I've seen a taylormade on a friends gsxr, its a sick piece. Looks slick as hell and sounds incredible. Wish they made it for the 2nd Gen.
 

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I'd be curious as to what it actually looks like on the bike as well. I was leaning towards a scorpion exhaust, but this one seemed like it "could" look better. Post away with an actual photo if you've got one!
 

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Not bad., still looks somewhat photoshopped for some reason. Got any close-ups?

And what's under the cover I wonder. a Muffler, or straight loud assed pipe? :p
 

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How load it is?
can you ride on street with it or is it too load?
Thanks for your time
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Not bad., still looks somewhat photoshopped for some reason. Got any close-ups?

And what's under the cover I wonder. a Muffler, or straight loud assed pipe? :p
The cover is to make it all look seamless and continue the lines. My friend had one on a 07 Gixxer Thou8k and 08 Fireblade. Underneath is a muffler. Its a very pretty muffler either.

How load it is?
can you ride on street with it or is it too load?
Thanks for your time
Ray
You mean loud lol. Like I said above, my friend had this exhaust on 2 different bikes that I rode. I didnt think either were particulary too loud for the street. IMO they were all too raspy under 3-4k. I never took them over really over 8k or so, so I dont know how much they really sound at high RPM.
 
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