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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #20 on: 23 May 20, 06:44:29
Since the Akra is approved for use by Kawasaki as an OEM part one would assume a reasonable amount of R&D and testing was required to satisfy Kawasaki.
Lovely as they are, this I would assume is why the can take the p**s with the pricing.

The Arrow looks like the best price/ quality item so far but the Scorpion would also be high on my list. I emailed them yesterday and they don’t have a time frame for this bike given COVID.

Would love the Akra but it’s a lot of money for what it is, the Arrow I wouldn’t mind for the money. Have emailed the UK distributor for price and lead times, anyone else interested to see if there’s a possibility of a group discount?

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #21 on: 23 May 20, 06:46:06
Arrow is good stuff, you can't go wrong.  I've had them on a few Triumphs over the years and the fit and finish is right up there.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #22 on: 23 May 20, 07:40:07
*Originally Posted by gavuk [+]
That literally is a link pipe and a straight through silencer with a DB killer - am I missing something?


Thats what I thought it was. May be why my mate ZZR1400 with no baffles is SO loud!!  :827:

I think that you will find that all after market exhausts are just a perforated pipe with a dB killer in the end.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #23 on: 23 May 20, 09:56:00
*Originally Posted by kernowjim1 [+]
Arrow is good stuff, you can't go wrong.  I've had them on a few Triumphs over the years and the fit and finish is right up there.

Snap I had arrow on my Tiger 1050 great sound and quality would definitely be my first choice

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #24 on: 24 May 20, 12:05:45
I brought the arrow......£322 :164: thank you for the advice  :028:

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #25 on: 24 May 20, 12:14:34
*Originally Posted by boldie [+]
I brought the arrow......£322 :164: thank you for the advice  :028:




Excellent, great price.  Is that from Italy direct?  Looks good with the black on black.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #26 on: 24 May 20, 12:17:20
I believe so , dB killer on eBay. Put in my basket yesterday and got a 5% off offer today so pushed the button.

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #27 on: 24 May 20, 01:00:04
*Originally Posted by boldie [+]
I believe so , dB killer on eBay. Put in my basket yesterday and got a 5% off offer today so pushed the button.

That's a good deal for something that is Akra quality

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #28 on: 24 May 20, 08:30:44
 :062: looks the dogs boxxocks on the photo. Nice buy
Enjoying the V4 "ROAR"

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Re: SP Engineering Slip-on Can for Ninja 2020
Reply #29 on: 25 May 20, 12:54:22
*Originally Posted by mdr1970 [+]


I think personally that any thing you decide to your bike that puts a smile on your face is worth it. Each to his or her own  :031:



 :028:

Got the SP's on my 2012, no issues, sound and look great.

There are 'experts' in many fields and often what they say is irrelevant. This post, on the other hand, is completely relevant.  :037: