Home / Uncategorized / yamaha cruiser exhausts by rush racing products

yamaha cruiser exhausts by rush racing products

New guy! Rockabarros joined our little group of metric madmen. Thanks for hooking up, man.

It’s the Yamaha cruiser bonanza lately at bikerMetric. Here are new pipes by Rush Racing for guys riding Yamaha crusiers like the Stratoliner, V-Star, Road Star, and Raider.

The clean exhaust systems are available in show quality chrome, if you really must, or industrial black, which you really must.

As I’ve mentioned before, only Rush uses ceramic coating inside and outside the exhaust pipe. Double ceramic coating improves exhaust gas flow by keeping the pipe cooler. That means better performance and lower exhaust pipe temps.

These Yamaha cruiser exhaust systems are constructed from heavy-duty 16-gauge steel. Specifically engineered spiral louvered and packed baffles contribute to the sound and additional power. The system includes full coverage heat shields and mounting hardware.

Chrome systems range from $620 to $630 and can be ordered with either the multi-directional or straight tip. Black systems have a suggested retail price of $630 and $640 and also include multiple chrome tip options. Optional baffles are available for tunable sound and power. If you want them, visit or call your favorite dealer.

For questions contact:
Nick Trumbo, Marketing Manager
Rush Racing Products
2777 East 83rd Place
Merrillville, IN 46410
Phone: 219.942.0069
Email: nick@rushracingproducts.com


Get the best of bikerMetric directly in your inbox, once a week, every week.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Check Also

yamaha vstar 250 cafe racer

yamaha v-star 250 cafe racer by wild turkey fab

In 1989 Matt Fuller was just a wee lad. At the tender ...

yamaha road star bobber

yamaha road star / wild star bobber

I live on the Central Coast of California and ride along the ...

yamaha v-star 650 bobber

yamaha v-star 650 bobber | reader rides

Benjamin Hinkle spent six months of his free time in his garage. ...