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Old Apr 4th 2018, 04:24 PM   #81
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Not buying either at 5k+ ... but if i was forced, i'd take Akra because it's so much cleaner and leaves beautiful clean tail section alone.

Let's hope Termi got another one up their sleeve that is more street oriented.
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Old Apr 4th 2018, 05:35 PM   #82
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Not buying either at 5k+ ... but if i was forced, i'd take Akra because it's so much cleaner and leaves beautiful clean tail section alone.

Let's hope Termi got another one up their sleeve that is more street oriented.
tbh I prefer the exit off the termi moreso then the akra.
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Old Apr 4th 2018, 05:48 PM   #83
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If the termi didn't stick out so far in the undertail, it would be an option for me. Also, that big ugly carbon fiber panel is just bad, I think they should have made the piping routing more aesthetic somehow rather than just going, "uhhh let's cover it up with a huge panel and call it a day." While I intend on setting her lose on some track days, my V4 is mostly a street/commuter machine and I can't afford to have something that could block the brake light from any direction at all.
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Old Apr 4th 2018, 07:37 PM   #84
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Originally Posted by MaverickiB View Post
If the termi didn't stick out so far in the undertail, it would be an option for me. Also, that big ugly carbon fiber panel is just bad, I think they should have made the piping routing more aesthetic somehow rather than just going, "uhhh let's cover it up with a huge panel and call it a day." While I intend on setting her lose on some track days, my V4 is mostly a street/commuter machine and I can't afford to have something that could block the brake light from any direction at all.
you're not looking at the latest version which cleans the look greatly. however it's still looks pretty weird and definitely not spending 5k for it.
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Old Apr 4th 2018, 08:04 PM   #85
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you're not looking at the latest version which cleans the look greatly. however it's still looks pretty weird and definitely not spending 5k for it.
I was referring to this one.


That big panel attached to the passenger seat peg mounting point is a really lazy way to deal with the goofy piping.
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Old Apr 4th 2018, 10:50 PM   #86
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See if they could just replicate that bottom section on both sides that would look like a winner
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 02:47 AM   #87
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  • First question. How much of the rear light is obscured, UK police might not look favourably on this set-up?
  • Second, where and how are you going to route wiring past the rear silencer box for the number plate light and rear indicators? (maybe in a fireproof tube like the 999)

I agree with Mutt though. Wish they had spent a bit more time working out how to make it twin side exits on the LH & RH side of the bellypan. Overall it's better than the version on the Barni racing bikes we saw a few weeks back but I don't see how this is going to get past the issue with the rear light being partially obscured in the UK.

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Old Apr 5th 2018, 03:07 AM   #88
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Originally Posted by Mutt1979 View Post
See if they could just replicate that bottom section on both sides that would look like a winner
Totally agree 👍
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https://www.desmo-racing.com/en/full..._633-4273.html

4320 euros... According to Google right now that's $5307.25 USD. slightly more expensive than the full akra.

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now they offers in 3.880 with 20% vat for eropean people. provably omnia can do best price when the exhaust exit.
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Old Apr 5th 2018, 03:25 AM   #90
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now they offers in 3.880 with 20% vat for eropean people. provably omnia can do best price when the exhaust exit.
termi 3.616 with 20% vat.

https://www.omniaracing.net/termigno...8-p-88105.html

akra full with upmap and sprint filter: 4.399 with 20% VAT. : eek:: eek:: eek:: eek:

https://www.omniaracing.net/akrapovi...8-p-86007.html


akra slipons: 2.999 with 20% VAT.

https://www.omniaracing.net/akrapovi...8-p-86008.html
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