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Old Dec 18th 2018, 05:22 PM   #301
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Leftcoast32, Dude you are in Carlsbad, Im in Newport Coast. Let go ride. Im really only a dick on the board ok well thats not true but I am less of a dick in person (jeez one of you guys vouch for me will ya).
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Old Dec 19th 2018, 01:37 AM   #302
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Old Dec 19th 2018, 04:45 AM   #303
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Old Feb 5th 2019, 02:14 AM   #304
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
The V4R will take the same Akra exhaust as the other V4 models, only difference is the mapping that gets downloaded to the ECU. When we first got them we were told to plan for around 6 hours and after installing a couple it was clear that it's a 2-day job for one tech to complete so we charge 10 hours for the install. I wish it wasn't that, but that's reality. Everything is so tightly packaged and lots of "stuff" to disassemble to get to everything and then put it all back together.
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Unless I'm mistaken all of the shots of the R already have the pipes with stock end cans? Maybe just not in titanium? so you may be able to get the full performance with slip-ons, just not the weight savings.

Just an observation.
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The "R" has different primary tubes than the other models. Is it possible the only real difference between it and the full Akra is the second half of the exhaust?
anyone got any more details about the Akra race system?
Is it different to the one on the 1103cc motor?
Is the R oem downpipe same as the Ti race system but just an SS pipe?
Are the primary (downpipe tubes) different on the R?


pic from Ducati configurator of the akra system, part number same as on the 1103 motor?
https://configurator.ducati.com/bike...BJP5KVMN2G0WNY
v4r configurator
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Old Mar 16th 2019, 02:55 PM   #305
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So my v4r has arrived, pdi done! Akra race exhaust fitted and some carbon bits, eco tech rad guards and tail tidy.
Removing clutch cover before collecting which hoping will be next Saturday!
Fired it up today and OMG!✊️👌
Canít wait!
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Old Mar 16th 2019, 07:07 PM   #306
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Congrats!! Mine will be here in about 2 weeks!! Then Full Akro being installed, Carbon fiber clutch cover, Racing Switches both sides, kickstand delete, Quick change disk setup and full Racing prep... I will be Racing mine the End of April at Thunderbolt in NJ. USA..
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Old Mar 17th 2019, 03:56 AM   #307
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Old Mar 17th 2019, 03:57 AM   #308
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I have the half carbon clutch cover on order but it’s not due until end of April, I’ve asked the dealer to just remove the OEM cover and I’ll ride without
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Old Mar 17th 2019, 06:28 AM   #309
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I have the half carbon clutch cover on order but itís not due until end of April, Iíve asked the dealer to just remove the OEM cover and Iíll ride without
Yes, The Carbon fiber clutch cover is the only part I have to wait for too!!! Back ordered till May 14th in The USA
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Old Mar 17th 2019, 07:03 AM   #310
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Congrats!! Mine will be here in about 2 weeks!! Then Full Akro being installed, Carbon fiber clutch cover, Racing Switches both sides, kickstand delete, Quick change disk setup and full Racing prep... I will be Racing mine the End of April at Thunderbolt in NJ. USA..
Same here mine is supposed to be here in two to three weeks.
If you don't mind what racing switches are you putting on.
Do they plug right in?.
Where did you buy them from "Boulder Motor Sports"?

Appreciate any info.
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