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post #71 of 83 Old 09-22-11, 20:24
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Holy thread revival doubln :) good info tho


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Eh...figured it was pertinent enough to the subject that it was worth a revival instead of a new thread.


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post #72 of 83 Old 09-22-11, 20:32
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FYI to anyone interested it would appear Termi is producing this exhaust now...or again? Anyway, it's on their website

http://www.termignoni.it/products_ma...odello=18#dett
Good looking piece of kit:

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post #73 of 83 Old 09-22-11, 22:03
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Yup. Termignoni is spendy but excellent quality.


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post #74 of 83 Old 09-22-11, 22:14
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That is... beautiful...... I'd better find a rich uncle that's about to kick the bucket
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post #75 of 83 Old 09-23-11, 13:57
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Hmm... The bike in the picture appears to be a first gen Daytona, but the system has the D-shaped port connections which will only work with later years.

Anyone see where it says what years the system is available for?

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post #76 of 83 Old 09-23-11, 14:25
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http://youtu.be/0ezioiwu2Z4


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And it sounds as beautiful as it looks
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Of course it does. Honestly it would take a pretty crappy exhaust to make the 675 sound bad. Even the cheap ass D&D exhaust sounds good.


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post #79 of 83 Old 09-28-11, 09:14
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I am not crazy about Termi exhausts. Had several on my Ducati's, mainly because they came with the Performance ECU, and while they sound nice, the fit and finish on them is crap.

The finish on the carbon fiber is too thin. The clear coat is so thin that you can actually feel the fibers through it, and it can give you nice little carbon fiber slivers.

Also, the welds look horrible, like Michael J Fox performed them with a stick welder.

They sound and perform well, but as far as looks go, there is much better quality stuff out there than Termi...
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post #80 of 83 Old 12-04-12, 16:59
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Hello,

Could someone link to it if the installation instructions?
thank you

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