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Talked to my local Dealer today and he showed me something nice. On the Pictures i made you can see the streetlegal version for europe with cat. He told me the cat in there is that big that there would be no reason not to use it, no interruption of flow. With DB killer installed the bike sounded very nice, without not much louder but way deeper. He told me he will measure the next days how much DB the exhaust will have without the DB killer. In real the exhaust fits perfekt to the Scrambler. The angle is just right, i don't like the angle of the Termi.
And here you go for the website, enjoy!! :D

Scrambler Icon ab 15 - DUCATI - Motorrad - REMUS

I don't know ho to readjust the Pic, sorry.
 

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I had no time yet to go to the dealer. Im pretty busy for the time so i don't know when i will go there, sorry.
No worries as in no hurry. Seen 2 videos that show the exhaust with baffle and no baffle but no idea if the cat is on the bike and without a cat it will sound better. Will just wait as sooner or later more vids will appear
 

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Does anybody know if we'll be able to get these in the states?
I am sure they will ship one to you if you ordered one. I ordered a premier helmet recently and a Davida in 2011. Cant get either here, figures huh? Just peeled the necessary sticker off of two old aria's for the back of the helmet. If its good enough for the UK, it should be good enough here. ;)
 

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I heard the Remus with the cat and i could not hear any difference to the vids posted. But that are videos and i heard it in real. For me it would be good enough, i don't like it that loud, just want to sound good.
But i guess that has to figure out everybody to his own preference. ;)
 

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Right, without cat the Sound is nice but not too loud. I personally will not go to open the db-killer, too much is too much. A bit widening is good enough to amplify the nice L-twin pot-pot...
The cat is a simple part which; from my Point of view no other or additional parts on the exhaust necessary. Maybe I can scan the assembly instruction and post it the next days.
 

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Right, without cat the Sound is nice but not too loud. I personally will not go to open the db-killer, too much is too much. A bit widening is good enough to amplify the nice L-twin pot-pot...
The cat is a simple part which; from my Point of view no other or additional parts on the exhaust necessary. Maybe I can scan the assembly instruction and post it the next days.
hey, i would love to hear the Remus with a installed CAT. i love the sound of this exhaust but i think none of the available videos are of a street legal one.
Im from Germany, so it has to a street legal one for me :D
 

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Remus Exhaust.

hey, i would love to hear the Remus with a installed CAT. i love the sound of this exhaust but i think none of the available videos are of a street legal one.
Im from Germany, so it has to a street legal one for me :D
I'm from Singapore where we too have strict rules pertaining to modifications.
i guess a $500 ticket for my pipes on my Husqvarna makes me a tad more careful as the fine escalates with each offence.
Had Remus pipes fitted on my CB900F Hornet and they were great.
Workmanship was good and the sound, on acceleration, Divine.
I guess, as soon as they become available here, it would be my choice.
The full system Termignoni's high mount exhaust takes my breath away, but as I plan to ride with a pillion most of the time, I'm afraid of wife and kids getting accidentally hurt. :crying:
Ride Safe all.
 
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