LEGENDARY JAPANESE tuning house Yoshimura has designed a series of slip-on performance end cans for Honda’s naked CB1000R.The brand new EEC-approved cans bolt straight onto the bike's exiting pipework and feature a stainless steel end cone
This is Leon Camier's GSX-R1000, looking slightly worse for wear after a seriously fast crash at Phillip Island during testing.In the background you can see the airfence, gravel trap and if you look hard enough you'll see the circuit.Camier lost
Standard CBR250RR end-can, unlike the FireBlade, is not a thing of beauty. Matt-black painted steel doesn't bode well for a salty winter, either.Goodie box. Check out all the various GPR options and prices for the CBR250R at this enormous pair
with the pipe work to mount to the standard front section plus all parts (including muffler clamp) required for installation. The EEC-approved silencer features two dB-killer baffles, one in the link pipe, one in the can and when both are removed power
SUZUKI is offering up to 20% off selected Yoshimura end cans if you buy before the end of June.The firm is offering deals on factory-approved cans for the GSX-R600 and 750, GSR750, SFV650, GSX650F, GSX1250FA and GSRF650 Bandit.Accessories Manager
These matt black end cans from BC in the states looked and sounded sweet when I put them on the Bonneville. They turned the bike from a sewing machine into a proper growler and with lagging on the headers completely transformed the look. They’re a
looking rear end.Surprisingly they are very light and weigh in at just 2kg heavier than the Scorpion replacements.Changing the cans took 30 mins. The rear seat fairing needed loosening off and then it was just a matter of unbolting the old and re
of the back of a van aren't that bad. Despite looking like an extra from Dr Who, I actually quite like the MZ's angular features. A few in the office were a bit more cruel and said the rear end looked like it has been reversed into a bollard while the front
None of these end very well but to be fair, at least a few bikes actually make it on to the back of a truck.
Neither fake bullet holes or dungarees are a good look. In fact they're so embarrassing that this Fireblade just wants to hide inside that garage. Spilling oil all over the floor just ensures it can stay in there a little longer.
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