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Akrapovic factory Honda BSB TT ENDURANCE exhaust

Akrapovic Honda BSB TT Exhaust
TT Endurance exhaust
I missed the chance to buy Michael RUTTERS old exhaust when Bathams switched to BMW. Well a system came up with 6 end cans. I won't dwell on what happened but ended up with three cans. I got 1 can that is in good usable condition, one can has been damaged and tweaked for a db killer and a remaining one that is usable but damage to the titanium rivet band and carbon fibre. These cans were not sold to the general public so very exclusive.

My plan is to restore them to their former condition as best i can. 

These can's were seen last year on the Urban Tiger BSB bike and the Honda Endurance team.


Akrapovic Honda BSB TT Exhaust
Three Akrapovic end cans
Here is a pic of the cans. The one without the badge is the one I have tackled first to assess the work involved. I removed the badge as it was hiding burnt adhesive which has polished up a treat. These exhausts are uber rare so looking to get them usable and ready for a set of headers one day. Two will need new carbon tips and Titanium bands to get them to a good standard. Even after all this, they were cheaper than a used road Akrapovic exhaust can.


Akrapovic Honda BSB TT Race Exhaust
The good end can
Here is a pic of the good. It needs a little bit of TLC but in good usable condition. It has a carbon fibre bracket labelled TAP1. It originally had black marks were the carbon touched and blue marks which have been removed. I would be more than happy to pop this on my bike now.

Each end can has 2 x Titanium straps approx 345mm with 10mm overlap and 15mm thick. They are secured by 6 stainless steel rivets. Each rivet is spaced slightly over 50mm apart. 

The part number for these are N825/L

The end cap is printed with AP5 228711 and the packaging says V rozeta AP5 D60 L with SAP Code: 114220 and Code No V-VZOREC


Factory end cap



Factory end cap

Here are some part numbers for the other parts:


Factory packing / Repack kit P-RK247

1.       Repack kit: P-RK247

T   This kit comprises of 2 x rivet bands, rivets, 350mm x 1450mm packing and a new akrapovic decal.


2      Spare Parts:
        P-82 -  INNER SLEEVE X 4 (SS D40/45 × 20)
        F-41 - FLANGE X 4 (SS D42,5 × 62/4)
1      13006 - V HE TI D38/42 L HO CBR1000RR KIT 10 V1 - LEFT
1      14482 - V HE TI D38/42 SD HO CBR1000RR KIT 10 V2 – MID RIGHT
1      13007 - V HE TI D38/42 SL HO CBR1000RR KIT 10 V1 – MID LEFT
1      14483 - V HE TI D38/42 D HO CBR1000RR KIT 10 V1 - RIGHT
4      15165 - Link pipe
1      15263 - Collector 1
1      15264 - Collector 2     
4      Rivets: SKN

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