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Old 01-07-2013, 02:18 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Jedi could you post pics of this link pipe installed on the HP4 to confirm this pipe
mounts up without any problems?
I am getting a price quote on these link pipes from Akropovic.
It may take 4-6 weeks to get them. It would be better to order 10 or more for the best pricing.

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we have weighed the link pipe and the cat pipe on the HP4 , the link pipe is 1.110 kg lighter then the cat set up with the akra carbon fibre badges and carbon cover on the servo motors

we got a 3.29 hp increase with the connector pipe on without testing with the PC 5 ,

we could not test the PC5 as the lambda sensors on the HP4 headers have 2 small inlets instead on one like the normal Akra evo pipe
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Jedi could you post pics of this link pipe installed on the HP4 to confirm this pipe
mounts up without any problems?
I am getting a price quote on these link pipes from Akropovic.
It may take 4-6 weeks to get them. It would be better to order 10 or more for the best pricing.
+1, I'm in on the group buy, If someone can confirm the mid pipe is correct.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:04 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Loomis if we don't gets pics in a few days I can send you one to test fit for us if your interested.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:25 PM   #64 (permalink)
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I would love too, But my work has been crazy, and don't know what kinda time I'll have to take the bike apart to test fit the exhaust.
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we have weighed the link pipe and the cat pipe on the HP4 , the link pipe is 1.110 kg lighter then the cat set up with the akra carbon fibre badges and carbon cover on the servo motors

we got a 3.29 hp increase with the connector pipe on without testing with the PC 5 ,

we could not test the PC5 as the lambda sensors on the HP4 headers have 2 small inlets instead on one like the normal Akra evo pipe
What linkpipe did you use. Airbag says the L-B10E1 does not fit. These are the things that make you go hmmmmm.
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Old 01-09-2013, 10:48 PM   #66 (permalink)
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How did you come up with that?
Never mind, I didn't see his new thread.

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The L-B10E1 fits the HP4. I have mine ordered, should be here mid next week. I am going to weigh them both and post numbers. But as far as fitment is concerned it's the correct PN.

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How did you come up with that?

Link pipe L-B10E1 does NOT fit HP4

It is a sad day my friend.
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He has a good idea about the colector pipes.
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His last post states they won't work as well.
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I have the race kit on mine and was thinking did anyone think to check the part numbers on the headers from the race kit to the stock exhaust. Because if the diameter of the race kit headers is different then the link from the race kit most likely wont work. I have the stock headers off my bike but I never asked the dealer to mic the race kit headers. I did ask him to cross reference part numbers. I mean honestly It would suck for me if i bought a race kit and its the same exact exhaust minus the cat. For all that I will order a mid pipe and sell my stock exhaust I took off as a race kit. They only reason I kept it was for future resale to have the stock exhaust but I can just offer the cat and it is back to stock if its the same part numbers.
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