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Yamaha YZF-R3 Vandemon Stainless Steel headers, Titanium Muffler 2015-21

  • $1,190.00 AUD

Yamaha YZF-R3 Vandemon Stainless Steel headers, Titanium Muffler

Production years 2015-21

Vandemon set about creating a robust race exhaust for the Australian Supersport 300 race series. The exhaust had to be strong enough to survive a race fall as well as offer the unrestricted potential for the tuner.

To meet class rules the headers had to be made from stainless steel but the muffler was open so we went with Ti1 Titanium for its lightness and strength which can withstand hard falls better than stainless steel. Exhaust length was made long for maximum top-end performance for tracks such as the Phillip Island GP circuit with its long main straight

Although not intended for street use a baffle is supplied to bring down decibels however won't meet noise emission standards. 


  • Headers - Polished 304 Stainless Steel 18% chromium & 8% nickel
  • Muffler - Ti1 Titanium
  • Weight - 4.2kg with DB killer 4kg without DB killer
  • Exhaust Length - TBA
  • Exhaust header dia- TBA
  • Doughnut Link pipe dia - TBA
  • 18 x 1.5mm O2 sensor provision
  • Muffler clamp carbon fibre
  • Noise rating TBA


    Why choose Vandemon?

    • Lightweight
    • Enhanced appearance
    • More HP with or without baffle installed
    • Amazing sound
    • Exceptional manufacturing quality
    • Perfect fit

    All this is achieved with a notable style from the use of high-quality materials and precise, beautiful welds by craftsmen.



      Shipping Australia Wide including international shipping to the United Kingdom, United States, European Union, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Canada, New Zealand and India. Please note respective shipping rates apply.

      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