Akrapovic Evolution Full Titanium Exhaust Suzuki Gsxr 600 750 (2008-2010) Gsx-r on 2040-parts.com
Houston, Texas, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Return policy details:
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Manufacturer Part Number:S-S6RFT7TL-XT
Placement on Vehicle:Rear
Surface Finish:Titanium muffler, carbon end-cap, titanium headers
Excellent condition, tested before removing and is in perfect working order.
Removed from a K9 2009 GSXR750 with under 9k miles. Only cosmetic defect is the akrapovic decal on the pipe has a light scratch on it.
ALSO includes O2 sensor!
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Akrapovic description and specs:
The Akrapovic Evolution systems are designed for riders in road racing closed course competition and for those who attend trackdays and expect the maximum from their exhaust system. The Evolution systems make the Suzuki substantially more responsive, and the HEXAGONAL muffler also provides a great visual modification and weight savings. Systems fit perfectly to stock mounting points and allow the use of passenger footpegs.
The Akrapovic exhaust system increase the responsiveness of the Suzuki and fill out the power and torque curves. The increase in torque starts already at around 3500 rpm, while the power curve increase starts around 5000 rpm and leads all the way to the top of the range. At 13400 rpm we measured a massive 140.5 HP. We measured max. power increase of 9.9 HP at 13250 rpm.
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