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6 to 10+ Horsepower Increase
4-10 ft-lbs Torque Increase
Choose between a sleek round can or our classic oval design
Dual Can design makes for slightly quieter system
Dual Can design nearly doubles the life of packing
Comes Standard with Dual Billet Clamps
Aluminum Heat Shields to protect your legs!
Optional Powder Coating (note this is a separate product to add to your cart)
Fits 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 models
Exhaust Can Options:
When purchasing your Barker’s Raptor 700 exhaust system you have the option of choosing between a round can or an oval can design. The round can features a black clamp. The oval can design features a black, blue, or red billet clamp option.
Big 3 Package Options:
Fuel Customs/PC5
EHS Racing
Quiet Core
Spark Arrestor
EHS Racing EFI Fuel Controller
EHS Racing Flow Through Air Box Cover
Fuel Customs Intake System
Power Commander V DynoJet Fuel Controller
Installation Instructions


Because Barker’s Exhaust began with the Raptor, we knew that we needed to test the crap out of this new 2015 with the Single Exhaust port. With lots of pressure on us to produce a set of “Barker’s Duals” we figured we’d give it a try. Not expecting much out of a 1 into 2 dual we figured it would be more for the looks and would surely not outperform a true tuned single. To our surprise after doing some initial quick tests on a few configurations of Duals we were extremely shocked and pleased at the same time.  We found that regardless of the single port the machine still truly loved a Dual system!

Months later and after hundreds of Dyno Pulls we are extremely pleased with the findings across multiple bikes and multiple tuners.

First we tested with completely stock setup and stock Airbox to see how the machines Air Fuel Ratio (AFR) was affected.  What we found is that the machine does lean out at idle and does have a few lean spots throughout the range. We do NOT recommend running our Dual system without some type of Fuel Controller. Your machine will need added fuel to run properly.

Next we did our rounds of testing with the Airbox Lid removed. What we found is that the machine comes to life increasing the Airflow to it. By removing the Air Box Lid it drastically changes the way the engine breathes and requires much more fuel to maintain the proper AFR. After making the proper fuel adjustments, we found another 2-3 horsepower by removing the lid.

Note:  Do NOT remove your intake lid without properly tuning your machine. Removing your Intake Lid changes AFR more than an Exhaust and can potentially harm your machine if not properly tuned.  Barker’s has Maps and Controllers specifically programmed to run without a lid or better yet a Flow Through type lid like the EHS Racing Intake Lid.

Your expected results will be the feeling of an unbelievable amount of torque that will lug out of corners and have a very noticeable increase in overall power that will pull much harder through all the gears. Our dual system shows anywhere between 3-8 horsepower gained peak depending on the intake setup. The interesting part is that the “Peak” numbers are for the most part the lowest gain throughout the curve. We found that in the lower end we gained as much at 10 ft/lbs of Torque and in higher RPM’s we gained over 10 horsepower after coupling our Duals with the FCI intake.

Make no doubt about it, there will be no question that your seat of the pants Dyno will feel major gains and you’ll be leaving your buddies in the dust!

Take a look here at some of our Dyno Runs. We’ve posted a few different configurations here starting with Duals Tuned all the way up to Duals Tuned with the PC5 and the FCI intake.

Video courtesy of Barker’s customer sicduc:

Additional information

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Dimensions N/A
Exhaust Tag Color

Black Tag, Blue Tag, Red Tag, Yellow Tag

Exhaust Tip Finish

Brushed Aluminum Tips, Black Tips, Blue Tips, Red Tips

Exhaust Can Style

Oval Can with Black Clamps, Oval Can with Blue Clamps, Oval Can with Red Clamps, Round Can with Black Clamps