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Thread: S1000R - Anyone Tried Akra Headers On Stock '17 Akra Silencer?

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    S1000R - Anyone Tried Akra Headers On Stock '17 Akra Silencer?

    The stock can on the S1000R is a Titanium Akra, with carbon ends. I see Akra do a set of SS headers for about £650. The silencer is a bit bulkier than the older ones, with a duel pipe connection. Anyone tried the above and had good results?

    I'm really not keen on the look of the duel pipes and considering just getting some pre 2017 headers and an aftermarket silencer, like the Arrow GP2. Purely for looks.

    Looks like this with the new headers and stock can.
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    That looks so much better without the hideous cat.

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    JIzz worthy

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    Just got a set of Akrapovic SS Headers from Calsport. They flashed up for sale yesterday in eBay and they accepted a lower offer. The only set available from what I can see. So will look exactly as above. Seemed such a shame to ditch the stock can, So will use it to its full potential now!
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