Yamaha MT09 FZ09 Vandemon Titanium Exhaust & Carbon Fibre Muffler 2013-19
Yamaha MT-09 & FZ-09 Titanium Exhaust System with Carbon Fibre Muffler
Production Years 2013-19
Surface Finish: Headers Natural Ti
So you are a lucky owner of a Yamaha MT-09 or FZ-09. But that fantastic sound from that triple engine is hidden by a restrictive exhaust, and you want that something special that will release that awesome sound like nothing else, and everything else on offer is dull and not a true reflection of those amazing exhausts we see in MotoGP and WSBK well here it is a lightweight Titanium exhaust in all its full unrestricted performance potential.
We at VANDEMON recognize this and manufacture Exhausts for people that want to stand out from the crowd and be heard as well as unlock the full potential of their machine.
- Enhanced Appearance
- More Hp with or without baffle installed
- Amazing sound
- Exceptional manufacturing quality
- Perfect fit
Our MT-09 FZ-09 Full Exhaust delivers three significant performance enhancements.
- Reduction in weight for improved Acceleration, Stopping distance and Handling.
- Free Flow via elimination of unnecessary baffling for improved Hp
- Increase low RPM torque from specially designed tapered headers
All this is achieved with a notable style from the use of high-quality materials and precise, welds by craftsmen.
- Material - Ti 1 Titanium
- Muffler - Carbon Fibre Construction with Titanium Chassis
- Mounting Kit- Muffler Bracket and Carbon Fibre Muffler Strap
- 12 x 1.25 & 18 x 1.5mm O2 Sensor Bungs
- Noise rating 82DB ( 96DB baffle out )
- Welding process: Precision Tig
Touring & Sport Riding
Video below is of the Stainless Steel version which uses the same design and muffler type and develops the same sound as the Ti system.
IMPORTANT! Vandemon Exhaust systems are designed for performance and modest sound improvements. We at Vandemon do not try to meet noise emission standards because simply the end results would be no different than what your OEM exhaust can already achieve. Check with your country's governing body regarding noise emission standards rules and regulations