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Akrapovic fit on 2013+?

I am wondering if anyone knows if an Akrapovic slip on will fit on the OEM headers for a 2013+ Daytona 675R?


Interested in fitting up something like a R6 slip on for my 2014. I don't care about the mounting bracket to the rearset, I can make one.
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I think Riders Discount used an S1000RR slip-on but had a link pipe fab'd for it.

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I think Riders Discount used an S1000RR slip-on but had a link pipe fab'd for it.
We used the S1000RR shorty canister on our full Akrapovic system. The bike made 1hp more with the short muffler over the longer muffler.

We used a tapered sleeve to mount the muffler to the mid pipe as the ID on the S1000RR canister was 6mm larger than the OD on the mid pipe.

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Oh that does me no good. I didn't want to use a sleeve. I want the same diameter so it will slip onto the new pipe. I don't care if it doesn't clamp down, as I can weld.
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