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Akrapovic Full Carbon-titanium System, 2005-2006 Suzuki Gsxr 1000 K5 K6 on

US $700.00

Beaumont, Texas, United States

Beaumont, Texas, United States
Used, normal wear and tear, a few minor dents in lower primaries. Includes matching carbon muffler hanger.
Brand:Akrapovic Surface Finish:Carbon Titanium Placement on Vehicle:Right Warranty:No

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Full Akrapovic Carbon Titanium Exhaust System for a 2005-2006 Suzuki GSXR1000. The canister is carbon with titanium end cap and the header is titanium. The exhaust is in good shape, makes good power and the 2.5 in inlet make it have a nice deep tone. New this exhaust was almost 2,000.00.
Bottom of the header has a few small dents, see pictures, other than that, it is in good shape.
Matching carbon muffler bracket included.

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