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Yoshimura Alpha Works Race Exhaust System Kawasaki Z650 / Ninja 650

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Selling a brand new, open box(uninstalled) Yoshimura Alpha Works Race Exhaust System.
This is the full Carbon Fiber model, with the stainless steel headers. Here is a description and stock pictures of the exhaust on the Z650. I am selling it for $675 local pickup (located in Riverside, CA) or $700 shipped. You can find the same exhaust on Revzilla priced at $737. This exhaust is BRAND NEW in the box.

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The Alpha Works Race Exhaust System features Yoshimura's Works finished headers and midpipe that take on a unique coloring after going through a heat cycle. This special finish treatment increases fatigue strength, scratch resistance and just looks cool.

The Alpha Race series is the result of Yoshimura's investments in technology, combining decades of hands on race experience with the latest in digital design capabilities. The unique Tri-Oval design of the muffler is especially striking from the rear, where the large-diameter carbon fiber end cap and well-integrated, draw-formed, slash-cut outlet can clearly be seen. But there's more to the Tri-Oval design than its cutting-edge appearance, along with improved lean-angle ground clearance, this shape allows better use of internal volume to produce the deep, distinct exhaust note Yoshimura is known for.

More aggressive sound profile
Beautiful shape resulting from Yoshimura's Tri-Oval design heritage
Unrivaled fit and finish thanks to improved production tolerances
Optimized for maximum airflow and ground clearance
Designed for durability and ease of service
Contemporary satin/matte finish
8.7 lbs lighter than stock
Stainless steel headers and midpipe
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