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ADV NewsAkrapovič Unveils New Ti Slip-On for Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin

Akrapovič Unveils New Ti Slip-On for Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin

 Akrapovic's lighter slip-on gives Honda's CRF1100L a new roar.

Published on 08.11.2020

Akrapovic has unveiled a Titanium Slip-On exhaust system for Honda’s new CRF1100L Africa Twin. Constructed from high-grade lightweight titanium, this system is 24.6% lighter than the standard stock exhaust and is part of the company’s ʼDurability Reimagined range,ʼ with increased ruggedness and the latest evolution of Akrapovic’s muffler design and shape. 

The new Titanium slip-on includes a double-flow muffler and features an exhaust valve designed to deliver a distinct sound tuned by Akrapovic sound engineers. The unique exhaust note includes powerful pulses in the higher rpms and throughout the transition between closed and open valve. The change in sound is especially noticeable when the revs are lowered, providing a deep fuller sound pattern as the revs drop (listen here).

Akrapovic’s slip-on for the Honda CRF1100L is the latest exhaust in the Durability Reimagined range. Created for increased durability, the design is an evolution of the iconic hexagonal shape launched by Akrapovič in 2005. The new profile is shaped to complement the new Africa Twin’s lines and  features an outer sleeve with a newly designed carbon-fiber end cap and heat shield to add a more robust look to the bike. 

HP: 94.7 / 7400 rpmHP: 95.8 / 7500 rpm
Nm: 100.5 / 6300 rpmNm: 100.9 / 6350 rpm
Weight: 12.4 lbsWeight: 9.3 lbs


The Honda CRF1100L exhaust system is EC/ECE type-approved and has a simple plug-and-play installation, with no remapping needed. For more information go to

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Author: ADV Pulse Staff

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  1. It doesn’t sound too different than stock so wouldn’t get it for that reason but the weight reduction is a good reason.

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