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Old 12-11-2012, 10:46 AM   #1
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GYTR question.

currently im running a full Akra system. i was curious if i picked up a GYTR slip on to run at trackdays if it would mount right up to my current akra header. i believe the akra header is a 2 inch. anyone have any advice input on this? thanks
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Old 12-11-2012, 11:46 AM   #2
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currently im running a full Akra system. i was curious if i picked up a GYTR slip on to run at trackdays if it would mount right up to my current akra header. i believe the akra header is a 2 inch. anyone have any advice input on this? thanks
I wouldn't bank on it. I know for Leo Vince, I could pull up the technical sheets for you for a slip on or full system and should have the inlet/outlet diameters for you.

Maybe reach out to Akrapovic. But usually full system headers and slipons don't line up without modification, etc. Larger diameter header tubes and outlet into a longer silencer is usually what the full systems are vs a slip on.

Get a slider for it and rock that shit like a porn star bro. Don't sweat that tiny loud ass gytr slip on!
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Re: GYTR question.

could get an adapter to clamp on for TD's?
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Re: GYTR question.

If you get a different can for a TD or street wouldn't yo need a different tune to run sweet ?
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could get an adapter to clamp on for TD's?
Do you know what size the inlet is on the gytr exhaust is?
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I wouldn't bank on it. I know for Leo Vince, I could pull up the technical sheets for you for a slip on or full system and should have the inlet/outlet diameters for you.

Maybe reach out to Akrapovic. But usually full system headers and slipons don't line up without modification, etc. Larger diameter header tubes and outlet into a longer silencer is usually what the full systems are vs a slip on.

Get a slider for it and rock that shit like a porn star bro. Don't sweat that tiny loud ass gytr slip on!
Yea if this seems to be a bigger project than necessary ill scrap it. Just don't want to mess up my pretty pipe at the track. Lol
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Old 12-11-2012, 11:51 PM   #7
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Re: GYTR question.

It will not fit, the GYTR is smaller than your Akra header You could stretch the GYTR to make it fit though
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