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|11-10-2019 03:13 PM|
SP engineering Moto gp slip on. Really nice noise. Not too much, I have the db killer in. Much better sound than stock.
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|08-05-2019 10:38 AM|
|Capt baz||I had the Termignoni slip on (no db killers) installed @ the dealer from the get go. My 1200R has 8k on the clock. I have never heard them in a ride by situation, but from the operator seat, with helmet, I think they sound like it's supposed to. I also have the RAPiDBIKE EVO tuner.|
|08-04-2019 07:22 PM|
Originally Posted by DarR View Post
|08-01-2019 09:13 AM|
Everybody has different tastes. Now let's start a best pizza thread
|07-31-2019 02:41 PM|
Originally Posted by Good Times View Post
|06-18-2019 11:39 AM|
|genet2017m||my choice for slip on was the beautifully crafted SC project CRT exhaust it unleashes the BEAST in the 1200 R the deep bellowy roar is DUCATI MONSTER|
|06-15-2019 10:15 PM|
|Good Times||Wait you run one baffle in and one out? That's not the way to do it...!|
|06-11-2019 11:07 PM|
|Buhgaboo||I've got termis on my 821and I absolutely hated them at first...cruising at 4k was the flatest loudest most obnoxious tone I ever heard and people pay thousands for this experience...took them off enjoyed the stock can for a few more months and gave them another try...but this time I disconnected the exhaust flap...omg what a difference....before I was actually hearing the flap open and it was probably partial at that rpm ..now it sounds right...baffles in baffles out sounds the same to me on the bike....however my neighbors can tell when they're out...I leave them in or take one out...just to mix it up...you can tell the difference in balance on the bike...9lbs or so hanging off the side is noticeable...but that's what I have...but I love the sound of the MotoGP sc project can...that's the most intimidating sound the monster can make! My neighbors would set fire to my bike if I had one tho|
|06-11-2019 08:50 PM|
|Charlie98||At 53, my hearing has been damaged from plenty of other stuff besides wind noise... gunfire and truck engines being the other 2 culprits. I don't necessarily wear plugs when I'm tooling around town, but once I get on the highway, or if I'll be driving for any length of time... they go in.|
|06-11-2019 08:36 PM|
Even when I rode the Tuono's with gudenloud exhausts, the earplugs I wore were for wind noise.
The wind noise will leave ears ringing, and that means hearing damage. Which does not get better. I can't hear you!
Now I have a big box O my fave earplugs and wear them every time. Part of my ATTGATT.
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