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post #51 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-03-2011, 05:17 PM
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Based on what I've read, even in stock form, decel pop is pretty common. Maybe a ECU retune is good idea even on a stock bike since they run so lean stock?
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post #52 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-08-2011, 06:37 AM
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So I just fitted these on my wife's Monster 796. They look great and sound awesome! The red on the badging matches the red bike perfectly. Super easy to install. Runs just fine with stock ECU and filter.

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Hi Was wondering what year was is your monster 796. Coz I am planning to install the same exhausts, but my dealer is refusing it saying that they will void my warranty if I changed the stock with any other brand except termignoni's.
Did you get any approval or any paperwork from Ducati to keep ur warranty?
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post #53 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-08-2011, 06:44 AM
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Here is what my salesman told me about aftermarket exhaust cans, "If you need to bring her in for warranty work just pop the stock ones back on. Its a fifteen minute job."

2011 796 ABS.
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Hi Was wondering what year was is your monster 796. Coz I am planning to install the same exhausts, but my dealer is refusing it saying that they will void my warranty if I changed the stock with any other brand except termignoni's.
Did you get any approval or any paperwork from Ducati to keep ur warranty?
Ya hes right about it being a 15 min job. just buy them and install yourself and if something happens under warranty work you can just pop off the new and put back on the old.. the cans cant do anything to the bike that would void warranty its just and excuse to get out of having to do the work
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post #55 of 67 (permalink) Old 11-10-2011, 08:03 PM
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love the look of these

thinking of getting some for the m796 when i get it

can any one recommend a uk dealer that sells them?

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A couple of things.
All the Ducati ECUs for the new monsters keep the O2 sensors in the loop until about 4500rpm i think. Therefore whatever you do to the exhaust cans have no effect on the AFR as the ECU adjusts it to keep it within that range. At higher RPMS it's moot as it's dumping more fuel in it. the lean is set from factory and is kept no matter the ECU (stock or DP) or exhaust.

BUT never go an open intake system/K&N filter without the DP map as that one is set for the more intake air conditions, the stock cannot handle it. You WILL run super lean then.

IF you remove the O2 from the ECU (Rexxer tuning) you can adjust that AFR accordingly with a better map, Powercommander or the like.

As far as these exhausts... like so many others, I think they are about 2-3 inches too long for bikes with the short tails. But they do have a very nice look and shape.
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A couple of things.
All the Ducati ECUs for the new monsters keep the O2 sensors in the loop until about 4500rpm i think. Therefore whatever you do to the exhaust cans have no effect on the AFR as the ECU adjusts it to keep it within that range. At higher RPMS it's moot as it's dumping more fuel in it. the lean is set from factory and is kept no matter the ECU (stock or DP) or exhaust.

BUT never go an open intake system/K&N filter without the DP map as that one is set for the more intake air conditions, the stock cannot handle it. You WILL run super lean then.

IF you remove the O2 from the ECU (Rexxer tuning) you can adjust that AFR accordingly with a better map, Powercommander or the like.

As far as these exhausts... like so many others, I think they are about 2-3 inches too long for bikes with the short tails. But they do have a very nice look and shape.
I have been looking at after market exhausts and like you said, most are too long for the short tails. One exhaust I have come across that looks pretty is the Comp Werkes. The Leo aren't too long either.
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Any way an owner of the cs one exhaust could get me the dimensions of a can? Length - width - and height?

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post #59 of 67 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 01:05 PM
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Could someone measure their CS ONE exhaust can for me?

Length, width, and height.

Trying to do a custom build for a different bike - and am finding getting this measurement difficult - need to make sure it will fit before dropping $700 for it.
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post #60 of 67 (permalink) Old 12-28-2012, 05:47 PM
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How do you pull out the baffles??
I bought them for my 11' 796.


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