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post #1 of 6 Old 07-24-15, 01:49 Thread Starter
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Akrapovic HELP!

Has anyone had or heard of any troubles fitting the full akrapovic system to their 2013+ Daytona? In particular the studs being too short and the radiator mounting bracket not fitting??

Any help would go a long way!!!
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post #2 of 6 Old 07-24-15, 06:40
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These systems in general are tight, make sure that your collector isn't wedged on too tightly during initial install. I think I put the mains on grabbed a few threads w the but then fit the collector.

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The mains being headers? I'm trying to relay things to my mechanic. He also said all the springs are very tight. He seemed very concrete about the radiator mount having a lot of trouble!
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The mains being headers? I'm trying to relay things to my mechanic. He also said all the springs are very tight. He seemed very concrete about the radiator mount having a lot of trouble!
Send me the exhaust and I will try it on mine and let you know if it fits. Lol

Ask TJ from @RidersDiscount . He might be able to shed some light on the install =)



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Yea as in the individual runner from the exhaust port. Gotta try to keep everything loose until it's all together.

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When I'm putting new systems on I try and not put the springs on until it's all together. Sometimes you need to use longer springs or zip ties to hold it until everything is together then put the proper springs on and tighten everything up.
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