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Hi guys Termi stubby race hass arrived all neat in a big padded box all sealed and checklist says instruction manual. Oh that's not in there. easy enough for me to figure out as Black belt in Ikea building but if anyone does have info sheet can you advise nut bolt correct fitment. Most is obvious and will see when fitting.
 

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Albie what are the box dimensions? I ask as when I go pick up bike I will have the oem silencer to take back as they are fitting the Termi. Do the oem bits all fit into the box? Was wondering if my bag is big enough ....

Good luck with install :)
 

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Albie what are the box dimensions? I ask as when I go pick up bike I will have the oem silencer to take back as they are fitting the Termi. Do the oem bits all fit into the box? Was wondering if my bag is big enough ....

Good luck with install :)

Erm its about 40 x 30 x 60 cms so no wont fit in a bag or really on your bike unless you have a quad with a rack. That's why I fitted mine as would have meant I have to either trailer bike to dealer or get the missus to car it down and hang around waiting for other one off or best thing would have been leave there pick up later in week at work but cost me 100 miles in private fuel n works car.
Its on and awesome with baffles in and easy enough to fit. It took me 90 minutes but easily less if you have a picture guide to where spacer/brackets go.


Not so mellow now. Rip roaring Termi arrived today so rude not to fit it tonight.



That's all nothing more just sharing some noise.
 

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Congrats Albie, the Sport-line looks yummy. I'm sure it sounds fantastic.

Does anyone know the performance differences between the Sport-Line and the Evo-Line for Scrambler? I'm guessing by the marketing copy that Evo-line is the lower spec'd one and doesn't need a ECU remap, but by how much? Couldn't find any specs or graphs online. Why did they put the Evo-Line on Full Throttle if it's not really, erm, 'Full Throttle'?

All the official page says is this-

Sport-Line:
Thrilling sound with removable db-killer and full power delivery thanks to the dedicated mapping; this steel silencer with up-map key makes for an exciting ride right from the word go.


Evo-Line:
Racing style, urban character. This steel exhaust with catalytic converter meets the need for an “easy” bike, without giving up its sporty attitude.
 

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Out of curiosity, could you walk us through the step of installing it?
Tools, steps etc?

Would be interesting to see how easy temignoni had made it (or not) partnering with ducati on the scrambler, vs other 3rd parties.
 

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Out of curiosity, could you walk us through the step of installing it?
Tools, steps etc?

Would be interesting to see how easy temignoni had made it (or not) partnering with ducati on the scrambler, vs other 3rd parties.
Yes of course. I took some pics of removing and putting on is simpler as less volume of can.















































 

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I like the fact that the business end of Albie's Sport-Line exhaust has a more appropriate clearance from the pillion footrest than the stock & Evo-Line versions.
 
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Erm its about 40 x 30 x 60 cms so no wont fit in a bag or really on your bike unless you have a quad with a rack. That's why I fitted mine as would have meant I have to either trailer bike to dealer or get the missus to car it down and hang around waiting for other one off or best thing would have been leave there pick up later in week at work but cost me 100 miles in private fuel n works car.
Its on and awesome with baffles in and easy enough to fit. It took me 90 minutes but easily less if you have a picture guide to where spacer/brackets go.


That's all nothing more just sharing some noise.
Cheers Albie my dealer is 25 miles away so I will just have to pick up the bits by car when I go past. Looks wicked and getting a bit inpatient now while I await my bike...
 

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What about the fuel mapping? I heard it was easy.
Probably is but my bikes due its oil service so they can do that bit rather than me ask100 questions first and invalidate warranty. They messed me about enough with not getting me a termi in so they can get some brownie points back.
 
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