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post #1 of 8 Old 06-07-2019, 03:07 AM Thread Starter
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Exhaust identification. HELP!

I need help determining what make/model headpipe iv aquired and parts for said head pipe. Long story short, i bought a used but in really awesome condition full system that was advertised for '00-01 12R as it came off a '01 according to the seller. (The seller aquired a box of parts on a trade deal and was told it was all ZX12R parts in the box). It was then advertised as a full GPR system for the 12. That is not the case. I contacted GPR and they then informed me that they never produced a header/mid/ nor a full system for the 12r. The silencer is in fact a GPR but the mid and headpipe are unidentifiable. The only identying marks on the exhaust are the numbers 1903 in red paint marker on the headpipe as well as the midpipe, and, one of the exhaust springs says Akropovich on the protective sleeve. (motosport.com offers several brands of full exhaust spring kits and Akro is one of the brands. With that being said, to me, going off that isnt enough proof to call the rest of the the system an Akro system even tho it may be. All I received was the four exhaust tubes, 4-1 collector, midpipe, and the GPR can. What I'm missing is the flanges that mounts the head pipes to the head as well as the "bungs" or "couplers" that seal the head pipe to the exhaust gaskets and fill up exhaust ports. I have contacted Akro, but have not received a response, and Hindle. Hindle responded to me and they do offer flanges but the "bungs" is yet to be verified. Still waiting for response from my last few emails to hindle. I've attached pics of the header and collector that I'm trying to identify. Any help and or a point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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post #2 of 8 Old 06-07-2019, 09:45 AM
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Looks like Akrapovic headers to me

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Those are not akrapovic headers. My stainless have no divisions in them.
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post #4 of 8 Old 06-09-2019, 12:32 AM
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Those are not akrapovic headers. My stainless have no divisions in them.
Yes they are mate. I've held 4 sets of them over the years

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Definitely an Akro system. Just out of curiosity could you post pics of the end can?
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If you guys say so. Mine have that coloration, in SS, but not those sections.
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This what you mean by other end?
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Or were you referring to the mid pipe?
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