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    Quote Originally Posted by Clemo View Post


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    That's a bit cack then.. could flog your Akra and get one for the R1


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    think this is the one you want clemo[ATTA20170826_110949.jpgCH=CONFIG]3343[/ATTACH]
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    akra baffle


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    Quote Originally Posted by stevec View Post
    Stevec is this yours


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    I've ordered the TUV-111 same one Ghostrider shown pics fitted to his specific MT10 Akra. That way I know it fits. I'll just have to drill a hole for fitment


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    I had a 55mm washer with a 40mm hole made, and fitted it like a DB killer in between the link pipe and can , since then I brought a baffle off ebay for a fiver, and welded it to the washer . then put it back in the can (you have to tap it in place )with the baffle sticking out towards the front of bike then end can slides on as normal with baffle in link pipe , it works great plus you cant see a baffle, wish I had taken pics first .

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    I put mine in to-day drilling the hole through the titanium at an angle was tricky even after center punching it and using a pilot drill, I still needed to adjust it with a Dremel.
    Screwing the bolt in was a PIA even with a ratchet ring spanner
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    It's much quieter, I have yet to ride it and will comment on power loss/gain and fuel consumption changes after the weekends ride
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    Probably why my tuv-111 didn't fit then. Where did you get the tuv-227?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clemo View Post
    Probably why my tuv-111 didn't fit then. Where did you get the tuv-227?


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    from my dealer where I bought the bike, he ordered it in from the Australian importers/distributor
    $89(aud)which i thought was very reasonable, given what the exhaust and link pipe cost.
    Last edited by Mstevo; 10-12-2017 at 08:39 PM.

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