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      06-05-2012, 11:17 AM   #52
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Originally Posted by River Rat View Post
According to this, the static noise level is the same for stock and Slip-on..

http://www.akrapovic.com/en/Automoti...Line+(Titanium)
I'm assuming that static decibels are the same as stock for the Akra slip-on with the blocking plate. However, if you get the wireless kit then it replaces the blocking plate with a valve that you can open at the press of a button and increase the noise level (I assume to louder than stock).

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Originally Posted by Akra's website:
However, the muffler system is built in such a way that by replacing a blocking plate with our Wireless Kit valve system the driver is able to noticeably increase the volume of the exhaust at the press of a button. Once activated, the majority of the exhaust gases route through the muffler bypass outlets
Alternatively, I believe you can buy the Akra slip-on without the wireless kit and then manually remove the blocking plate so that you permanently get the increased noise level all the time.
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