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post #51 of 64 Old 07-12-2012, 01:13 AM
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Single cylinder 4 stroke is single cylinder 4 stoke
V twin is V twin.
inline 4 is inline 4
etc etc etc.

Why do ppl think it would be any of that will change?

My Akra sounds crisp and sweet.. till it needed a repack, now its flat.
I'll do a before and after repack vid when the packing arrives.




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Boxers or brief's? Through the hole or over the top? Life's a dilemma.
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the best of both worlds!
I'm not sure everyone would be so lucky to be able to go thru AND over the top...

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I don't think any exhaust will make this bike sound that great. I wish it could somehow sound like this.
And that VTR250 makes 32 hp and weighs 310 lbs. dry.
I want one!
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Akra because that's what I (will) order.

Edit* If these **** mystery bills stop popping up!

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My Akra sounds crisp and sweet.. till it needed a repack, now its flat.
I'll do a before and after repack vid when the packing arrives.[/QUOTE]


About how many miles before you noticed a sound difference? Seems the repack might be a bugger to do.
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About how many miles before you noticed a sound difference? Seems the repack might be a bugger to do.
All aftermarket systems need an annual repack with track, competition, or extreme use.
its only done 7000km, (including a flying 1000km trip in under 8hrs) and 7 track days, but on the redline all its life thru a hot Australian summer.

You can expect it to last alot longer. packing is cheap ($20), just have to be able to drill stainless rivets.

This is in no way a quality complaint, lesser priced systems use packing that does not last half as long, I'm just hard on equipment lol.




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I just went for the first ride with my akro cf slip on. I LOVE IT! Not incredibly loud, sounds amazing and gives the bike more power. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for an aftermarket slip on.

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no to termignoni

i didnt see anyone post termignoni is it bad or just not worth it?

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i didnt see anyone post termignoni is it bad or just not worth it?
Holy thread bump batman! I vote 3 day temp ban.

This is the only exhaust to get: Honda Mini Carbon Fiber Mufflers / Silencers 8" (200mm)



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