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post #1 of 43 (permalink) Old 09-26-2012, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for throaty exhausts

What exhausts have the deepest, throatiest sound?
Also what price range are they?
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post #2 of 43 (permalink) Old 09-26-2012, 12:02 PM
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What exhausts have the deepest, throatiest sound?
Also what price range are they?
Termi's are quite deep w/o the dB killers. They are pricey though, 1300$-1500$ range, but they come with the Race ECU and high flow filter.


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What year bike? I've got the comp h undertail exhaust and love it. Very deep and mean sounding


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My Termi's sound very deep and loud. I paid $1,350 to my door and installed it myself. It is pretty straight forward and easy to do. It is nice the a new Race ECU is included and it is plug and play. A high flow filter and new opened air-box is also included as mentioned above.

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I love my full Termi competition kits on my S4RS and my Paul Smart. As stated it's a full kit with ECU, air filter, and pipes. Great sound and works with the bike without much fuss.

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Do you have to install ECU and air filter and whatnot? Can you do just the exhaust? (As you can see I know nothing about this stuff for motorcycles)
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Also are they interchangeable between the 695 and the 696?
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Do you have to install ECU and air filter and whatnot? Can you do just the exhaust? (As you can see I know nothing about this stuff for motorcycles)

Not necessarily but when you buy it as a kit, you have an idea that it will work together. Way too often I read stories on here about how someone changed their exhaust, or whatever, without doing the rest, and then the bike begins to act up. Not wanting to admit to themselves what is going on, they begin buying Power Commanders, Bazazz units, start tinkering with everything and then get it all so out of whack it barely runs anymore.

At least with the Termi kit, you are getting what Ducati designed as an aftermarket set up that actually performs as good as it looks without all the mystery.

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Not necessarily but when you buy it as a kit, you have an idea that it will work together. Way too often I read stories on here about how someone changed their exhaust, or whatever, without doing the rest, and then the bike begins to act up. Not wanting to admit to themselves what is going on, they begin buying Power Commanders, Bazazz units, start tinkering with everything and then get it all so out of whack it barely runs anymore.

At least with the Termi kit, you are getting what Ducati designed as an aftermarket set up that actually performs as good as it looks without all the mystery.
Oh I see...what if I just get a slip-on? Will I have to retune and change everything else and whatnot?
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I've heard of straight through exhausts breathing better and let the bike run lean.

I've not been real hip on why, I can understand if you change the way the air enters, but get fuzzy on why once past the exhaust valves.

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