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CB650R Akrapovic system, exhaust sound and flybys.

Gilberd12

2018
CB650F ABS
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#7
How did you get the quiet core out the first time? I tried everything and it will not budge. (And yes I removed the set screw) I have the akra with the single outlet baffle but otherwise I beleive it's the same system.
 

andrew.k

2019
CBR650R ABS
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#8
Remove the muffler off the bike, stick a bar through the other end, contact the baffle. Hit it with w hammer 5 times and it will push it out. This was much easier than pulling it out.
 

andrew.k

2019
CBR650R ABS
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#10
Wood may be absorbing the impact a little too much. Here is an example of what I used, with a metal hammer. It moved about 1-2mm per hit, but then eventually popped out.
 

Hottep6153

2015
CB650F ABS
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#12
The Akrapovic S-H6R12-HAFT is not EURO 4 compliant. The E-Mark counts only for EURO 3 Bikes like my old CB 650F (2014-16).
Thats why Akrapovic has developed a new EURO 4 compliant Exhaust called S-H6R14-HEGEHT.
This has E-Marks an is legal with an installed Catalytic Converter (P-KAT-063/1)
 
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The Akrapovic S-H6R12-HAFT is not EURO 4 compliant. The E-Mark counts only for EURO 3 Bikes like my old CB 650F (2014-16).
Thats why Akrapovic has developed a new EURO 4 compliant Exhaust called S-H6R14-HEGEHT.
This has E-Marks an is legal with an installed Catalytic Converter (P-KAT-063/1)
Yeah, although you'd be damn unlucky to get caught.

I used another method that doesn't involve removing the end can at all.

Stick M8 stud rods down the baffle with connecting nuts and gently pull it out using a tapping motion. The nuts will connect to the backside of the baffle. Do this in each baffle hole a few times and voila! At least, it worked for me. Got it out in about 25 seconds.
 

stevelululu

2019
CB650R ABS
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#14
The Akrapovic S-H6R12-HAFT is not EURO 4 compliant. The E-Mark counts only for EURO 3 Bikes like my old CB 650F (2014-16).
Thats why Akrapovic has developed a new EURO 4 compliant Exhaust called S-H6R14-HEGEHT.
This has E-Marks an is legal with an installed Catalytic Converter (P-KAT-063/1)
These are the 3 options for the CB650F on Akra website, I'm assuming only difference between the three are: (1) Carbon endcap (2) Quad baffle (3) Single baffle?

As for the CB650R, Akra lists S-H6R11-AFT as compatible, but assuming the above assumptions are valid, then shouldn't all three fit the bike?

There's currently no pictures/stats on the S-H6R14-HEGEHT so remains to see what that actually is.
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Brammers

2014
CBR650F ABS
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#15
Anything listed as ec marked for the 2018 bikes will have to be euro4 compliant as the 2017 refresh was made to be euro4.

I suspect the new model is needed to be correctly type approved in Germany etc. As the 650r isn't the 650f.

J
 

Hottep6153

2015
CB650F ABS
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#17
1. Akrapovic S-H6R11-AFT: Can use on CB(R)650F (RC74[2014] & RC96[2017]) & CB(R)650R. But only for Track. This is not legal for Highway or Street use!

2. Akrapovic S-H6R12-AFT: Its the legal Version with E-Mark for Streets & Highways. Legal only for CB(R)650F (RC74[2014-17]) Euro 3 Model. For Facelift CB(R)650F (RC96) you have to use another Akra (S-H6R13-AFT)

3.Akrapovic S-H6R13-AFT: Its the legal Version with E-Mark for the CB(R)650F Euro-4-Facelift (RC96)

4.Akrapovic S-H6R14-HEGEHT (no Pic): Its the legal Version with E-Mark for the CB(R)650R (RH01)
 

stevelululu

2019
CB650R ABS
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#19
Arrow also makes a full system (one EC, one that isn't) with a wide choice of end cans, although so far I've been having a hard time finding a distributor.

SC Project would be sweet too, since they work directly with Honda in MotoGP, but doesn't seem like they have anything out for the new bikes yet :banghead: