Ah, thank you very much for the info. I thought it would be more easily adaptable. Drilling holes is not my preferred go to method. I suppose I’ll leave them as they are. Thank you again.You either have to drill the rivets from the end cap out (which is a real pain to put/rivet back together).
Or drill a hole where the set screw is, and buy two Akra rubbers online to plug the hole afterwards.
Take the rubber thing out. It pulls out easily. In the hole you will find a 4mm hex. The best way to open it is not when the exhaust is mounted on the bike, but when it's disassembled. Again, this is for my specific exhaust (pictured) and don't let the hex screw fall into the exhaust. Also, it's really loud without the baffles, almost annoying Harley guy loud.Pic of the hole where the 4mm was behind please?
What did you take apart?
You have one of the rare Akras that still have the set screw behind the rubber plug. You didn't take them apart, you simply took the screw out.
The Euro 4 Akras sold by Ducati (and other brands as well) have the end caps clocked one or two rivet holes. And that's when you either need to drill an extra hole, or drill the rivets out and take the end cap completely off to get to the set screw.
You had it easy. You could have told us there was a plug