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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-14-2019, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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**SOLD** S1000RR Akrapovic Slip-on w/ carbon fiber hanger

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I purchased these new and they had about 5200 miles of use

There are no dings or material blemishes, as you can see these are the BMW accessory parts
Slip on: 77118553960; carbon fiber hanger: 77118554343

I do not have the db insert















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Hi there - it looks like this will fit my 2015. Wondering if the exhaust is painfully loud without the insert? I street ride only.

Also, do you know if an insert is easy to throw back in?
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Hi there - it looks like this will fit my 2015. Wondering if the exhaust is painfully loud without the insert? I street ride only.

Also, do you know if an insert is easy to throw back in?
Not my item but just thought I'd help answer your questions. This will work on a 2015 and will never be painfully loud, even without the insert. As a slip-on, it will be slightly louder than stock but not much. The insert just slides into the end of the muffler and is held in with a single 8mm hex screw. If you were to decide to upgrade headers later, the mid pipe in this listing would be eliminated and the Akrapovic headers would match up to this muffler. That would be louder than with the stock headers, but still nowhere near painfully loud. For reference, this is what the insert looks like: https://www.denniskirk.com/akrapovic...8aAgDvEALw_wcB
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Not my item but just thought I'd help answer your questions. This will work on a 2015 and will never be painfully loud, even without the insert. As a slip-on, it will be slightly louder than stock but not much. The insert just slides into the end of the muffler and is held in with a single 8mm hex screw. If you were to decide to upgrade headers later, the mid pipe in this listing would be eliminated and the Akrapovic headers would match up to this muffler. That would be louder than with the stock headers, but still nowhere near painfully loud. For reference, this is what the insert looks like: https://www.denniskirk.com/akrapovic...8aAgDvEALw_wcB
Thank you.

You can see the hex screw still is in the end of the pipe, but I don't know what happened to the insert, I didn't use.
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Thanks for the feedback. Very helpful. Stls, I PM’d you.
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Hi there - it looks like this will fit my 2015. Wondering if the exhaust is painfully loud without the insert? I street ride only.

Also, do you know if an insert is easy to throw back in?
If this you buy this slip on and need it, I have the insert piece. I came off of the full Akra carbon exhaust I had put on my 2012 2 seasons ago. Traded the bike in but forgot to add the slip in silencer. I have the screw for it too if you need it. It should fit. It's practically the same muffler.

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Thanks, SROD. I might take you up on that. I’m going to install and see how loud it is. Hoping it’s a beast when cracked open and tame at lower rpms.
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Just put on the new exhaust. Fairly simple. Looks great and sounds better. I would 100% recommend purchasing from STLS. The exhaust with 5k+ miles was nearly flawless.

Question for anyone out there listening. Where the slip on attaches to the CF hangar, the install manual had a ridiculous amount of washers to include. I did not have all the necessary washers, but looking at the fitment it doesn’t even look like there is room for any more hardware. Do you think I’ll have a problem with how I installed?
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Just put on the new exhaust. Fairly simple. Looks great and sounds better. I would 100% recommend purchasing from STLS. The exhaust with 5k+ miles was nearly flawless.
Thank you.

I PM'd you a picture of the mounting bolt.
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