Official Racing Kit Parts by Daytona For Yamaha R15 and FZ16

by Deepak on June 27, 2009

Having revolutionized the biking scene in the country and fulfilling the racing aspirations of Indian bikers with tremendously successful models like YZF-R15 and FZ series, India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd. now brings another international trend to the Indian market with the launch of all exclusive Racing kit parts by DAYTONA for its customers.

Racing Kit Parts by Daytona

Talking about the all new racing kit parts, Mr. Sanjay Tripathi, Division Head Product Planning & Brand Management, India Yamaha Motor said, “Racing kit parts are developed using valuable experience gained from Moto GP & World Superbike racing and Yamaha wants to provide its customers in India with the same thrill and feeling of racing instinct. Also with the launch of these kit parts we want to encourage safe racing culture in India. In order to meet Yamaha’s rigorous quality standards, the kit parts are developed by Yamaha Engineering Corporation and Daytona in Japan. Racing Power up kits along with racing championship , touring, apparel and accessories are an integral parts of our brand image in India”, he added.

The Racing kit parts include race ECU, High lift cams, full exhaust system, special alloy sprockets, adjustable back steps and braking parts like big diameter petal disc brakes, master cylinder, and stainless steel hose. These parts will be available from September’09 onwards and are exclusively for racing purpose in a closed circuit only.


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Chinmay June 27, 2009 at 5:34 pm

Daytona or any other performance spare manufacturer is always costly. BUT PERFORMANCE IS SURE….For circuit racing in modified class will be awesome… I wish we had circuit racing tracks in all metro cities…


Sandeep June 27, 2009 at 6:18 pm

Imagine… Can Bajaj do this to the Pulsar 220 DTSi? Yamaha Rocks. Truth prevails.


Saggy October 16, 2010 at 2:53 pm

i truly support u for this……..!!!
yamaha rocks…!!!!


varun August 22, 2011 at 5:20 pm

yami is back in action… Jus imagine if the same bike cums out with a 250cc engine… Even nw p220 is getting beated in cities as well as circuits… So beware… Dn’t tak a chance to race vth us… June 28, 2009 at 12:07 am

Sandeep, Bajaj really does not need any performance parts, because the bike cant handle anymore power or so it seems.


dhiraj c raut June 28, 2009 at 9:51 am

guys think of performance the bike will be giving ….do any one of u know the performance figures after fitting performance kit ….i am sure it will be way better than new 220…


Chinmay June 28, 2009 at 10:09 pm

Unless and Untill we get access to Chassis Dynamometer and a skilled operator for that. No one can measure the performance after fitting HIGH PERFORMANCE KITS. On judgement only we can guess. One thing is sure riding quality of vehicle


sagar July 2, 2009 at 4:39 am

will this affect the average of the bike n by how much


Rahul Bajpai July 3, 2009 at 8:58 am

My advice to you folks read some quality stuff and write something original (there’s a lot wider arena to know and write about bikes). Garner some contacts with biggies and into firms so that you really get an insight knowledge and inside news rather than publishing speculations read from newspapers or bike magazines. It’s okay to do so but only when you do write more of your original stuff as well.


Deepak July 3, 2009 at 9:38 am

Rahul, it looks like you haven’t gone through our site well. Most of the articles are original. Just because newspapers publish something, it doesn’t mean we cannot publish the same news. News is news. And right now we haven’t even reached our break even point. This blog is not for pure profit. Thousands of people have benefited from our reviews and photos.


vicky July 3, 2009 at 12:05 pm

Is this kit only for tracks or for daily use//…


pothen July 11, 2009 at 1:05 am

These daytona exhaust are not really street legal as they exceed the noise levels set by the pollution control boards & cops may stop you. For regular street use they need to use the db killer kit which reduces the sound level by about 5 dB to 10 db
Proton Performance is already making performance exhaust for street use for the Yamaha R15 and looks awesome I have seen one in chennai


Michael December 10, 2010 at 7:29 pm

Go for KRB exhaust… They are better than Proton or Daytona…


Ayan July 30, 2009 at 1:26 pm

It’s always less than amusing to see biased comments in a so-called ‘healthy’ discussion forum. For those who have forgotten, Pulsar was the brand which associated performance biking with affordability and brought it to the masses, way before Yamaha did anything in 4-strokes in terms of performance. Besides, Indian manufacturers are more than capable of retaliating with better and faster products. The full-blown R15 will set you back by Rs. 50000, which is a BIG amount by any standards. Compare it with the racing kit soon to be launched by TVS, to be priced at around Rs 8-10000 only(complete with the modified ECU), and believe you me, the full-blown RTR 160/180 will be substancially more than what the YAMAHA can handle! Go through the data sheets and you will know that the RTR efi is already quicker than R15 in 0-60 timings(4.74 sec-RTR vis-a-vis 5.02 sec-R15).I’d request everybody to get their facts straight before actually passing biased commnets, although i know that you love your bikes:)


sreejith February 25, 2011 at 9:18 am

hey , you are wrong fz can go 60 in just 4.15 sec and its is the quickest bike in street , it is the perfect street boke for india, and it can gain about 95-100 km/hr at a very less time, by giving normel accelarating and can have up to 132 km/hr top speed,


Ayan September 1, 2011 at 4:28 pm

@sreejith: Once again, I’d request you to get your facts straight. Stock FZ doesn’t accelerate from 0-60 in 4.15 seconds,and neither does it clock 132 kph. Moreoever, FZ is a carburetted bike so, what ECU are you talking about? do you even know what ECU means??

Sahil May 10, 2011 at 6:54 pm

still waiting for tht KIT frm TVS….


Ayan September 1, 2011 at 4:31 pm

@sahil : yup. I lost hope, upgraded to p-220 a few days ago after getting fed up of waiting for TVS to launch their racing kit:( Waiting for my 220 to turn about 5k kms old, thenafter I shall start modding it. Got HID installed in low beams already,and loving it though:))

harsha August 7, 2009 at 8:32 pm

i want to know the cost of it and where it is available


lol August 11, 2009 at 10:57 pm

only for circuit normal people will not be able to use it?


Jazzy August 18, 2009 at 5:28 pm

Hi Guys,

I got some more info about the R15 racing kit.

The complete kit will make you poorer by INR 78,000 Approx. The most expensive upgrade would be the ECU which will cost you whopping INR 22,000 Approx.

Good luck and happy buying!!!


kaushik August 28, 2009 at 9:43 am

dude the racing kit costs 55grand , thats dumb……
p200 n 220 has got a lot of power , why those stupid kits???


kaushik August 28, 2009 at 9:50 am

pulsars just need a bigger jet , a high performance air filter and racing sprokets…but in yamaha kit, they use a higher lift cams , new ECU , duralunini sprokets , new exhaust …… thats too many modifications n its not street legal….. so i think the kit is dumb…..


Black September 9, 2009 at 6:53 am

Hi Guys,

if I want to buy a kit racing R15,
where can I get it …..
infonya please ….


neel thakkar September 9, 2009 at 9:03 pm

hey dude u can get the racing kit through the yamaha dealer in your city……


NILESH October 14, 2009 at 5:44 pm

does the yamaha r15 sounds like sports bike after installing only the dayatona silenser


Banga October 23, 2009 at 4:37 pm

Nilesh, there is no standard sound for sport bikes, as you know it varies. But the sound is definitely louder and harder. In fact it’s too loud, but I love the sound as most bikers love such engine song. However not everyone may like it…


raj October 26, 2009 at 10:13 pm

am raj …am having yamaha fz16 and some racing parts ..and am in chennai..please tell me how to get …can i get through credit card…


sandeshmenon October 27, 2009 at 9:49 pm

hii;im having yamaha r15 if i put proton exsut and filter can i get a sound like sports bike and would i get a performence…….


Parth October 31, 2009 at 12:13 am

d daytona prton exaust will definately giv u a louder sound as in a crisp firing sound but d the thing dat makes a sports bike sound lyk 1 is the engine humming dat u wont get in a r15.. n d performance will comparitively increase..
n d latest update says d racing kit can b urs for aprox. Rs.30,000…


armaan November 3, 2009 at 10:31 am

what is the price of performance kit


karthik November 12, 2009 at 6:27 pm

with this sports kit can i put bigger tiers on this bike and when will the r125 release


John November 13, 2009 at 9:54 am

without sports kit also you can put a bigger tier of (130/70-17)……


karthik November 16, 2009 at 10:32 am

will putting bigger tiers effect the perfomence of my bike and is the r125 going to release soon and thx john


amir January 2, 2010 at 8:46 am

hai guys.. i’m from malaysia…

i’m looking for R15 front fairing set from india since in malaysia there is no R15… we only got FZ150i which is similar to R15 but the difference is Fz150i has no fairing… it just naked bike… so i want to ask for ur help if there are anybody who sell the r15 FAIRING to me?


LATIF KHAN January 8, 2010 at 7:42 pm

hey any body would like to help me by sending a website name which i m requiring for entering in track racing competrtion plz help me ……………..


haresshvar January 10, 2010 at 8:16 am

hi guys,
whats the use of putting a racing kit for r15. im going to buy a r15. so what’s better performance kit or racing kit, and what will be the max power output we get after putting a racing kit. please send me a reply to my mail,, thank u


Shibin February 16, 2010 at 11:27 am

we have a racing team at the madras motor sports club (chennai track) and we got two R15′s one is a stock one and the other we recently fitted the complete daytona engine kit (ECU, Cam and the exhaust) we could clock 2:20 secs for 1 lap in the stock and the daytona could clock 2:17 secs (our custom race tuned r15 could clock 2:11 with the daytona exhaust alone)which is way too good but i would not recommend the daytona kit for street pupose since you get only a very small comparitive change in the can conact me for more details at


Sunny March 11, 2010 at 7:44 am

Hello all,

R15 kit is really amazing and i can provide you this kit at very cheaper rates.

Call me for queries at +91 9819037115

Ravinder Singh


Jobu January 24, 2011 at 1:35 pm

how much the cost of racing kit r15…..plz send me the reply immediately…..


Shibin March 12, 2010 at 8:13 am

hi sunny i m shibin i jus checked out your comment..the thing is that i own an R15 with the daytona racing kit i m not impressed with its performance with respect to the performs quite good but not worth it……


Sunny March 12, 2010 at 9:51 am

Hi Shibin,

I could have provided you the kit in cheaper rates, as you have already bought it so its no point. But if you talk about performance i believe its amazing. I drove R15 with Daytona kit in a race for a demo ride and i was on one wheel for 60% of the circuit track :)



shibin March 12, 2010 at 6:38 pm

wats the price if i get it through you??? i ve got a stock r15 and i jus got my daytona r15 2 months i m planning to get the daytona kit for my blue stock..

you can ckeck out my bikes in the above link..or pls send me ur e mail ID to my gmail ID Mentioned above..


Shalu March 21, 2010 at 3:49 pm

Hi guyz, itz amazing, When i fit full daytona kit to ma fz16. But it’s not a worth 4 money !


sagar May 17, 2010 at 4:57 pm

Racing kit is from Rs 56000/- total spairs, it have excelent performence, but initial cost is more…..!!
it designed for circut racing, but not fit for all indian roads. due to high speed pick up.


Shibin May 18, 2010 at 7:10 pm

The full racing kit costs even more i guess but the engine kit costs only 38,000(with tax and installation).


Allwyn June 17, 2010 at 12:56 am

I saw this kit with one of the FZ16 but the yamaha guys told me the FZ gets only the brakes and the exhaust..they dont have the engne kit for FZ…….is this true


Allwyn June 17, 2010 at 12:57 am

can i get the price plz….


romi July 1, 2010 at 4:43 pm

the Proton performance exhaust system for the R15 is much better looking than the daytona Dagrex & it has an optional DB killer to make it street legal and not get noticed by the Cops. it cost less than 10k in chennai for the Titanium series & carbon fibre exhaust. You could contact Hardeep motorcycles on GP road in chennai


Shibin July 1, 2010 at 8:00 pm

Hi romi, The proton exhaust system is just the slip on and you cant expect maximum performance with just a slip on(no much torque)only a full system with the right headers give a good ratio of torque at hi rpms….so no use of just going for an exhaust system you ll need the perfect header pipes for a 150 cc….slipons dont perform good


niyazi October 6, 2010 at 9:43 am

i would like to buy this racing kit for my fazer , it is very costly 15k(muffler kit) but i will buy it in shortly


chetan October 27, 2010 at 4:34 pm

guys m confused weather to fit daytona racing kit for my fz-s
give me another option to increase my top speed


Jevin George November 2, 2010 at 10:28 am

is it available in b’lore right now…… bcoz i wanna do it as soon as possible


Shibin November 2, 2010 at 4:38 pm

@jevin george ..yes jevin it is available in b’lore…


Jevin November 2, 2010 at 7:45 pm

thanx 4 letting me know tht shibin
so u know anyone who did tht bcoz i wanna know about it and their experience thts y


Shibin November 6, 2010 at 4:13 pm

@jevin george hey jevin pls contact me in the given email address

Michael December 5, 2010 at 3:30 pm

I own a Pulsar 220 which i have upgraded its performance by putting in a Big K&N performance air Filter, NGK iridium spark plugs, better freeflow exhaust, 13 teeth karizma sprocket and a karizma fuel jet pin and performance tuned it, it has a medium compound zapper tyres for better handling and trust me, It beats the hell out of other bikes with all those performance kit installed including R-15.


Shibin December 5, 2010 at 7:55 pm

@michael Hello michael, Cool mod to your pulsar!! But the last line is a mistake, The last test done on R15 from our side could do 170kmph without the racing kit but just track tuning-i.e. Weight reduction, Fuel mixing, Fuel injector flow,and not much more than that,which could easily beat a Kawasaki ninja (stock tuning) on the track without any hard effort (the kawasaki Rider got pissed off), All that without the Daytona kit. If the same tuning is done on a daytona it sure would make any modded p220 and kawasaki ninja see stars. The only beast next is a Honda CBR 250r which will make things easier, like beating a ninja or any kind of 220s. CBR250 is on My list…..BTW my Daytona kitted R15 might come on sale this February, The bike was bought for a lakh and ten and another lakh rupees was spent for modification, its got a daytona exhaust, high-lift cam shaft, Racing ECU, Pirelli tyres(rear), the bike is painted black and white (the whole left side is white and the whole right side is black (2k cobra first layer paint and a dupont 2nd layer paint), all the lights are dupont smoked, the rims are also painted black and white(matching the bike), Racing levers etc… the person who offers the maximum price will be favoured..expected price 90k…


Michael December 10, 2010 at 7:34 pm

Forgot to tell you, i even changed the Carburator…

Myke September 25, 2011 at 12:28 pm

Shibin, you touch 170km/h in an r-15 without even changing the ecu… Don’t try to fool us… A stock ecu will always limit your rev till 10rpm and after that, it’ll start missing… And at 10rpm even in 6th gear no r-15 will touch 170km/h… Not even a daytonna kit… I own a pulsar 220 and a r-15… Both are modded and my r-15 has a 165cc big bore kit fitted with it, with high lift cam shaft, bigger valves and spring, the heads been ported, krp exhaust, race prep ecu and fitted with a light racing body kit… But i could never touch 170km/h in 10rpm… Tell us the magic… Don’t try to fool people…

Amandeep November 10, 2011 at 3:08 pm

Do the same with even pulsar 180 ug4 and wont see r-15 in p180 rear view mirrors

Vivin January 19, 2011 at 8:12 pm

Hi Michael, Its quite natural to not let our bike down in comparisons, but in some cases it is appreciable to give up and credit the Daytona. When it comes to racing the Pulsar220 is just a ‘Myth’ and the R15 is the ‘Fact’. No offense :)


Anirudh V December 11, 2010 at 2:02 pm

I have myself dragged a stock P220 DTS-i with a Yamaha R-15(Daytona performance ECU, sprocket and dagrex exhaust) and i beat the bike with a difference of almost 2 bikes in a quarter mile run!
But it beat me on top end!
So my suggestion….the Daytona kit is a waste of money…but the power increase u get is high as well(about 21-22 BHP) but cops would burn holes into ur pockets as this mod is illegal in India.!


Shibin December 13, 2010 at 7:10 am

Oh Anirudh, We do tonnes of drag racing, we got expert tuners dude and please don’t tell me a stock 220 could beat a Daytona, no way!!!! here we are eating stock ninjas and modified 220s with my daytona and what on earth is a baby stock p220 going to do in the arena??? What is your drag timing anyway???


Anirudh V December 13, 2010 at 1:10 pm

Hi Shibin!
I appreciate you take out ninjas with your R15…that is really awesome!
probably the rider i raced with wasn’t quite good enough i guess!
one more thing….the p220 launches and accelerates way better than the daytona r15…i have related videos of my race.
where r u from??
im based here in mumbai….tell me if u r around…we can race!
i know some drag strips here.
u can get my timing then and there!

Vivin January 19, 2011 at 8:23 pm

Hi there Anirudh, I do accept the fact that the 220 can accelerate faster and get worn out even much faster. And to your above comment, it was like saying that ‘I could recite the poem faster in the first stanza, but he could easily recite it wholly!!!’
And I’m impressed with your racing spirit…


Anirudh V January 20, 2011 at 3:54 pm

@vivin—Drag races are all about reciting the first stanza of the poem….what more could you expect in a 400m race?
I agree the tuned R-15 is faster than the P220 on the track(it has awesome handling as well as braking) – but in a drag race its very difficult to tell.

Shibin December 13, 2010 at 7:05 am

@michael Even the carb dude wont help it play my daytona.


abhishek ronald February 9, 2011 at 2:19 pm

dude for the yamahar15 its like ” no comments……….!!! ” and when with and installed K&n air filter along with a free flow exhaust its a sonic>>>>> Yamaha


avneet grewal April 30, 2011 at 9:21 pm

hey guys why so much confusion just get KRP exhaust, KRP hight lift cam, KRP ecm, and HP air filter directly on the air intake( removing the air box). if you guys still want more then make your R15 into R18(180cc engine kit). send me an email if you guys really want power.


Anish May 5, 2011 at 10:14 pm

guys…..on fz aftr installion of daytona kit wat could be the mileage?? pls tel me


sachin May 15, 2011 at 8:06 pm

hiiiiiii i am racer and my pulsar 135LS DAYTONA KIT MODIFIY


roshan July 10, 2011 at 10:15 am

why they compare YAMAHA with a nasty bajaj lol pulsar s r born frm their legendary street machines autorisksha 1200 & M 80 super bike ,so bajaj bikes r very powerfull than honda s & yamaha s lol hahaa


mike alpha September 7, 2011 at 8:21 pm

hey, i had the daytona kit installed in my fazer plus a rear Pirelli SD …. the power has increased considerably ,, the bike pulls much easier even on steep slopes( i live at lonavla) n the noise is just loud sportslike n loud (yes noise levels r illegal but noone has caught me yet.. lol ) ..the bike pulls much better frm 50-90 touches 100 in a lesser time now…. my vote is for the upgrades !! got them after my bike’s done 20K’s n i’m liking the new feel!!


Myke September 21, 2011 at 9:25 pm

Guys i own a yamaha R-15 and a bajaj pulsar 220…. Both are high performance modified… I tried the daytona kit on my R-15 and the tyres were of michellin… Damn, but my 220 didn’t had much problem in keeping up with my r-15 and it also overtook it… R-15 had a greater top-end but the accelaration was slow, which was not recommended for tracks… I was highly disappointed on my daytona racing kit and sold off the exhaust, the cam shaft and the ecu… Then i bought a 165cc big bored kit with a high lift cam shaft, remapped ecu, NGK iridium spark plug and high voltage splitfire wire, a K&N air filter, ported the head, fitted the valves with bigger springs, changed the clutch springs and fitted a KRP exhaust sustem… And it is fast, really fast… Compared both the bikes and the r-15 was much much faster, both in acceleration and high speed… But i will still not be too sure about it because the stock cdi was limiting the speed of pulsar… Now i am just waiting for a high performance cdi and a high lift cam shaft for my pulsar… Heard its being developed by some company in Indonesia, then i’ll try both the bike and give u the results… Can’t wait to lay my hand on it…


Partha pratim November 27, 2011 at 8:36 pm

I owe a r15…Nthin ws mdified n d byk..I drove d r15 n my chota bhai rode his cycle..2 my astonishment he won d match in d track as i finished d fuel in my bike…Nw i m searchin 4r u byk which runs on human urine..It wud b cheaper n eco friendly..Plz hlp by cntacting me@+919706975327


Aashutosh December 21, 2011 at 12:58 pm

i want d daytona kit
my mail id is
plz mail me


viky January 28, 2012 at 5:50 pm

hello bro hw r u all im from malaysia would like buy r15 parts n daytona kits could u pls help me here……..


Binesh June 6, 2012 at 12:25 pm

@ Viky… dude… The daytona kit including the shipping charges will cost u a lot of money… better u could go for a used Yamaha R6..


sid July 12, 2012 at 8:12 am

Yamiaha rockzzzzzzz


benson August 12, 2012 at 7:08 pm

MATSUYAMA 950 whats the price


Azhar HGM August 27, 2012 at 8:31 am

If u want to be everything jst go ahead with daytona racin kit…… If nt be nothin.


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