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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 04-27-2016, 01:53 PM
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I also run a Remus and like it. Wish it didn't clip the top corner of the wheel off as I really want to show off the entire single swing arm, but way better than stock or the Termis.

Alternatively, I'm now looking at the Competition Werkes. Sounds killer (loud!), and shows the full rear wheel off.
+1 on the comp werkes GP exhaust. That is definitely next!

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Comp Werkes is loud without DB killer insert but imo I like that. I have had no problems with it and love the way it looks.
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2-I like a cleaner look that shows better the rear wheel, so I looked at the Competition Werkes exhaust which is the smallest and relatively cheap, but I've seen some reliability issues and it points slightly upward. I plan to have some SW-Motech saddlebags and I don't want them to get burned by the exhaust, so I looked for another option with the exhaust pointing in a similar direction as the OEM exhaust
Nomad, What reliability issues have you heard about the Competition Werkes?

Also, I have the SW Motoech Blaze Bags and love them. Do you think the Remus pipe will b low the exhaust past the bags or directly into the bags?
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I was able to get the termis with the cat in them for a very cheap price. They sound louder than stock but not overly loud........still have the dB killers in them.

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I was able to get the termis with the cat in them for a very cheap price. They sound louder than stock but not overly loud........still have the dB killers in them.
Have you noticed any other benefits?

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Have you noticed any other benefits?
To be honest, no.

But then I don't ride it hard and since i've put them on haven't ridden that much. Plus there is no new ECU or filter change.....

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Nomad, What reliability issues have you heard about the Competition Werkes?

Also, I have the SW Motoech Blaze Bags and love them. Do you think the Remus pipe will b low the exhaust past the bags or directly into the bags?


I have the Shift-Tech and love it. About the same price too.
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I know that the Termi's are expensive, but isn't one of the benefits of the Termi's an ECU remap that is good for some horsepower (7?) all by itself? I have the non S 1200. It seems to me that because of this remap, the Termi's are unquestionably going to provide me the most power. Actually, isn't this also true with the S model?
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I know that the Termi's are expensive, but isn't one of the benefits of the Termi's an ECU remap that is good for some horsepower (7?) all by itself? I have the non S 1200. It seems to me that because of this remap, the Termi's are unquestionably going to provide me the most power. Actually, isn't this also true with the S model?
There are two types of termis. One without the cat and one with the cat and homolgated for "road" use. The ones without the cat have the ECU update and filter. The others do not.

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Hmmm. I did not get that impression from the Ducati guys at the motorcycle show this past winter. Aren't all the accessory muffler systems/slip-ons "for off road use only"? You may be right though. I will check this out further with the mechanics at my local dealer.

Edit: I just checked the Ducatiusa website and there is a "homologated" slip-on version, but it appears to be designed for the EU market. I don't think it's available in the US because there is no price listed for it.

Anyways, with the racing version you get a remap. Does that alone unlock some horsepower? Of course it does. Therefore, a Termi racing slip-on will almost certainly give you more power than an aftermarket slip-on. Whether it's worth the extra dollars is a whole 'nother question.

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