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Old Jul 16th 2019, 11:47 AM   #11
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If they are the Race can that are unrestricted then I am interested....otherwise I am going to cut the stock cans and my fabricator is going to make the Y Pipe out of Titanium. Far cheaper.

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Iíll check...I may have the Akraís If you wanted them-
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Old Jul 31st 2019, 06:53 AM   #12
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For those that have used the Woolich wideband O2, did you cap off your narrowband O2 and weld the new bung in a different spot? Did you use an adapter? Or did you mill the current one?
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Old Jul 31st 2019, 07:22 AM   #13
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I learnt the hard way . The supplied bungs are titanium, my pipes were stainless. Oops .


I moved the bungs to the upright location for better readings as per the instructions.




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Old Jul 31st 2019, 07:22 AM   #14
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On the Akra pipe, there are no mods necessary as the stock O2s use a reducer. What pipe are you using? (Material)? Do you have the correct bungs (material) for the pipe (material) and lastly you will need a competent welder. I believe one of our members had a shop melt his Termi pipe not identifying the composition of the pipe before they decided to weld dissimilar metals. If all the above has been sorted I would put them in the same spot providing the engineering is sound.
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Old Aug 2nd 2019, 09:04 AM   #15
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Yeah, currently I have the Titanium pipes that come on the 2016 Panigale R, I have yet to frog around with it as I will this weekend, so that would be great if they have a reducer on them.... otherwise I have a welder who is a pro with titanium, he is fabricating me the exact same Y-Pipe that Ducati charges you a mortgage payment for.
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Old Aug 2nd 2019, 09:23 AM   #16
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Its the same exact fitting that would be on the stock 15/16 R headers as the full Akra race system no modifications needed the Woolrich wide bands will bolt right up.


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Yeah, currently I have the Titanium pipes that come on the 2016 Panigale R, I have yet to frog around with it as I will this weekend, so that would be great if they have a reducer on them.... otherwise I have a welder who is a pro with titanium, he is fabricating me the exact same Y-Pipe that Ducati charges you a mortgage payment for.
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