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Has anyone ever installed a delkevic slip on onto a SGDT. their website doesnt specify if they are for the R or GT, and I'm curious as to how they sound. There arent too many sound clips online for them, and I refuse to pay akrapovic over a grand for a slip on.
 

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Has anyone ever installed a delkevic slip on onto a SGDT. their website doesnt specify if they are for the R or GT, and I'm curious as to how they sound. There arent too many sound clips online for them, and I refuse to pay akrapovic over a grand for a slip on.
I've known riders to use Delkevic slip-ons and were perfectly happy with the quality and sound. They tend to be sort of generic and not sure what the clamp system is, but any slip-on that fits the R should work on a GT. Headers and catbox (or midpipe) are slightly different, stock mufflers the same (not counting 2020 R, which is a whole different animal.
 

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Got a reply back from Delkevic. Apparently none of their slip-ons are any quieter than the stock muffler.
 

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Yoshimura does not list a version for the GT on their site - R only.
 

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I think only the header and catbox (or decat pipe) are different. Muffler is the same, as far as I can see, up until the 2020 model SDR.
 

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Angle if the incoming pipe is different, but mufflers still look the same to me. The GT peg/bag hanger bracket appears to be longer.
 

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Only thing I can see that I don't like about the Delkevics is, their cans are generic, so a short pipe with the flare that fits KTM outlet/inlets is a separate piece that comes with it's own clamp. Guess that's one way to keep costs down.
 
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