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Two Brothers Racing has come out with a special silencer for the 2014 Honda CBR250R. It might be a little late since Honda is already coming out with the CBR300, but I would think that this silencer should also be usable for the CBR 300.

The TBR Tarmac silencer is a slip-on can that is made from aerospace-grade high-temperature carbon fiber, with a stainless steel machined inlet and a black billet CNC'd outlet. Tarmac exhausts have a new trapezoidal-shaped section that provides better clearance allowing riders to lean more through the turns. There is also a removable noise reducing insert called T-Tip, and a spiral-wound perforated core.

One thing to keep in mind is that this exhaust may not be street legal in your country, so make sure of that before you go out and buy it.





 

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Two Brothers Racing has come out with a special silencer for the 2014 Honda CBR250R. It might be a little late since Honda is already coming out with the CBR300, but I would think that this silencer should also be usable for the CBR 300...
There is no 2014 CBR250R... 2013 is the last model year for the original body style. And just like the CBR300R, the 'updated' Asian market CBR250R will be a 2015 model.

As far as exhausts for these bikes, virtually any aftermarket slip-on that is made for the CBR250R, should fit on and work for the CBR300R (assuming that the diameter of the head pipe doesn't change from the 250 to the 300).
 

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I think that it is pointless to talk about exhausts unless you can actually hear how they change the exhaust note of the bike. Sure it changes the look and performance a bit, but I think the biggest difference is the sound.

What do you guys think?
 

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There is no 2014 CBR250R... 2013 is the last model year for the original body style. And just like the CBR300R, the 'updated' Asian market CBR250R will be a 2015 model.

As far as exhausts for these bikes, virtually any aftermarket slip-on that is made for the CBR250R, should fit on and work for the CBR300R (assuming that the diameter of the head pipe doesn't change from the 250 to the 300).
Really? There was no Asian market 2014 CBR250 either, why would Honda skip an entire model year??
 

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I think that it is pointless to talk about exhausts unless you can actually hear how they change the exhaust note of the bike. Sure it changes the look and performance a bit, but I think the biggest difference is the sound.

What do you guys think?
that is true, but there are brands out there that are known for making great sounding exhaust systems and there's a good chance those same companies will have great sounding systems for the 300
 

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The 300R won't sound any different than a 250R equipped with the same aftermarket exhaust.
 
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