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Check there web page....ones a slip on which retains the CAT, the race one doesn't

Just to clarify the way the stock system is designed there is no way to fit any slip on and retain the factory cat as despite appearances the stock exhaust is an all-in-one big chunky thing that has a bit sticking out that looks like an exhaust can. Any aftermarket would have to replace the bits under the bike also, which include the car. So if something was to "retain" the cat in reality it would need to come with its own cat.
 

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Any usage feedback from Scrambler owners on this exhaust yet?

At 452 Euros (excl. VAT) for the race version this seems to be the most 'sanely' priced & decent looking of all. I have it on my upgrades wish list, pending user feedback.
 

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For me this is the most interesting exhaust option, since I want to remain street legal, I want to retain a cat, but the stock is dangerously silent on the road. They try to get me off the bike daily ( i am commuting) and they need to hear me coming!;)
I found a video where you can compare stock and remus sound on a Diavel. I expect similar sound experience from the scrambler:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQ95GIXkIjQ

BTW, I discovered several accessories I did not see discussed yet in this German store, Ducati Scrambler 800 Onlineshop e.g.:
-Tieferlegungskit 20 mm (lowering kit reducing rear absorber length)
-Ohlins rear shock

Might be interesting to some although I do not understand those complaints about the stock suspension, for me its just perfect. And it became clearly more responsive with break-in (3300 km now)
 

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For me this is the most interesting exhaust option, since I want to remain street legal, I want to retain a cat, but the stock is dangerously silent on the road. They try to get me off the bike daily ( i am commuting) and they need to hear me coming!;)
I found a video where you can compare stock and remus sound on a Diavel. I expect similar sound experience from the scrambler:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQ95GIXkIjQ

BTW, I discovered several accessories I did not see discussed yet in this German store, Ducati Scrambler 800 Onlineshop e.g.:
-Tieferlegungskit 20 mm (lowering kit reducing rear absorber length)
-Ohlins rear shock

Might be interesting to some although I do not understand those complaints about the stock suspension, for me its just perfect. And it became clearly more responsive with break-in (3300 km now)
I'm also waiting for some legal exhaust options..I hope there will be some options soon, can't wait...
exhaust in the vid sounds good but I think your vid is wothout the db killer, this one is with the full set (cat, db killer)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARTkh9EI83M

not tooo bad
 

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For me this is the most interesting exhaust option, since I want to remain street legal, I want to retain a cat, but the stock is dangerously silent on the road. They try to get me off the bike daily ( i am commuting) and they need to hear me coming!;)
Long time no see buddy, welcome back. Busy clocking miles on the Scrambler I see. :)

I have the same reason as you, I really need this to function like a permanent horn of sorts. My current bike has a similar setup, and it make a huge difference towards rider safety.
 

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One word of caution.....

I had a remus on my KTM V twin and the Remus had a very high pitch compared to the Termi, etc.

Definitely listen to sound clips first!
 

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Guys,

Just wanted to let you know that we (MaxMoto Inc.) are now an official vendor on this forum. If you are looking for the best deal on the REMUS Exhaust for your Scrambler let us know!

You can also find additional, more detailed information about the REMUS Exhaust in the vendor section.

Hope to hear from you soon!
 

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If you go to the Remus.eu web site and select Ducati Scrambler you can actually hear the Remus exhaust compared to the stock exhaust - sold me; I'm ordering one through the Australian distributor.
https://www.remus.eu/motorcycle.html


Comes as just the muffler and connector pipe or you can include the front muffler can for a little less noise and the cat converter is optional also - lots of options.
 

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