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I bought my bike in mass, due to them being closest dealer. I picked it up today with my trailer so I don't have to go back after I get it registered. I haven't rode it yet but did start it and drove in parking lot. They also started one with stock pipe. The stock pipe sounds pretty good. The termi without a baffle sounds incredible. Its got a great rumble. None of the utube videos do it any good. It's got that ducati rumble that stands the hair on your neck up. It's well worth the price for those of you that weren't sure.
 

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I went to the dealer yesterday to show my brother the bike and I noticed they had installed the termi on the demo scrambler, so I asked them to start it up for me. I was startled! I was not expecting it to be so loud and sound so good. Such a big difference compared when compared with the stock exhaust!
 

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I went to the dealer yesterday to show my brother the bike and I noticed they had installed the termi on the demo scrambler, so I asked them to start it up for me. I was startled! I was not expecting it to be so loud and sound so good. Such a big difference compared when compared with the stock exhaust!
nice. do u know if baffle was in or out?
 

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I love the termi pipe! I rode home the day I got my bike with the stock pipe, and then installed the Termi the following night. I did one ride with the baffle in. Mine has a chirpy sorta whistle sound to it with the baffle in, and I don't care for it. If it didn't have the strange pitch, I might have left it in. After one ride, I pulled the baffle and it sounds fantastic. I won't be putting the baffle back in. :)

Also, I think the stock exhaust sounds much better than the videos and reviews would leave you to believe.
 
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