Top 5 Pipes For The Yamaha FZ-07

A selection of exhaust options for the popular twin

Affordable, capable, and up for a good time, the FZ-07, like its three-cylinder sibling the FZ-09, has been a hit for the tuning fork brand.Motorcyclist

Thanks to its 270-degree crank, the Yamaha FZ-07’s parallel-twin engine has a more inspiring character and engine note than ordinary parallel twins. However, the stock exhaust keeps things quiet. A little too quiet. In addition to dropping weight and boosting power, a nice aftermarket exhaust will add the auditory expression the FZ deserves. The stock machine has a one-piece welded exhaust system, so if you’re considering a slip-on instead of a full system, it will require cutting the stock pipe.

Graves Motorsports Titanium Full System ($1,098): The Graves full system saves nearly 11 pounds compared to the stock system thanks to its carbon-sleeved can and aerospace-grade titanium pipes. It features a removable decibel killer and carbon mounting strap.Graves Motorsports
Two Brothers Racing S1R Carbon Full System ($900): The TBR full system cuts weight by 10 pounds and increases power by 3.5 bhp and torque by 1.4 pound-feet. It features a cool Teflon-coated magnesium end-cap and a CNC-machined outlet.Two Brothers Racing
SC-Project Full System With S1 Exhaust ($811): The SC-Project exhaust is a full stainless steel system that saves nearly 9 pounds and features a removable decibel killer. Another quality piece from the Italian company that continues to build a reputation for itself in international racing and consumer products.SC Project
LeoVince GP Duals Stainless Steel Full System ($1,079): LeoVince’s dual shotgun pipes are a distinctive addition to the FZ’s svelte lines. The cans are coated with a ceramic-based black paint for high heat resistance and longevity to match the full stainless steel construction. With twin pipes, however, the weight savings is just over 3 pounds, the least amount in this group. It features removable decibel killers.LeoVince
M4 Carbon-Fiber Slip-On ($451): The M4 slip-on is cheaper than a full system but will require you to break out the hacksaw. If you’re comfortable with that, in addition to a financial savings you’ll save 8.5 pounds compared to the stock can.M4 Exhaust