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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-02-2016, 12:48 AM Thread Starter
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Termignoni sound video

I thought there was a thread already but apparently not.

Here's a video comparison vs stock which I made just now.

https://youtu.be/xtSt1E6WR1U
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-02-2016, 01:53 AM
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Nice video. I just ordered a full Termignoni system yesterday.
I hope to only have the stock exhaust on the bike for the ride home from the dealer.

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Definitely looking to order the headers but first trying to find out if the Termi will fit in with the B&B Bash Plate or if I need to start again.
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Definitely looking to order the headers but first trying to find out if the Termi will fit in with the B&B Bash Plate or if I need to start again.
I should be able to tell you when i get mine. I have a B&B Safari plate to go on my bike. Since the Termi headers follow the factory path i cant see there being much issue.

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Not good i.m.o. Way too loud.

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It sounds good. It's pretty loud. Do you think it is measurably better than the stock system? IMHO, the stock exhaust sounds pretty good.

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To me, getting a different exhaust would be about the weight saving and the looks. The stock pipe sounds good, without being too loud. Now if there was one that made it sound noticeably deeper I'd be tempted...

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I thought there was a thread already but apparently not.

Here's a video comparison vs stock which I made just now.

https://youtu.be/xtSt1E6WR1U
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For me it would be all about a weight savings and if possible a closer fit to the bike so the panniers are a bit narrower. Has any body measured the weight of the stock slip on muffler? Any weight figure on the aftermarket mufflers? Any brand /weight is more info to chew on. Thanks.

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