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Hello There,

Had to register my bike today and got denied because of the termi. Back home, pull it down, put the stock up and got it sorted out.

Now im putting the termi back on however i don't remember the position of the bracket on the back side of the termi. The exhaust side fits perfectly however the back side mount requires some force to be in place and i don't remember it requiring it when disassembling it in the morning.

Could some of you please post a close up picture of the non-exhaust side of the termi mount just to be sure? :|

Thank you!
 

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Hello There,

Had to register my bike today and got denied because of the termi. Back home, pull it down, put the stock up and got it sorted out.

Now im putting the termi back on however i don't remember the position of the bracket on the back side of the termi. The exhaust side fits perfectly however the back side mount requires some force to be in place and i don't remember it requiring it when disassembling it in the morning.

Could some of you please post a close up picture of the non-exhaust side of the termi mount just to be sure? :|

Thank you!

That's a bummer! Abbie posted heaps of pictures of the install here


http://www.ducatiscramblerforum.com...9-termi-race-pipe-here-no-instructions-2.html

 

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Here are all the mounts from mine












Jerry,


That's interesting, yours is the first one I've seen with the pipe mounted to the inside of the "dog bone".


Neither way looks spot on to me, yours is pushing the dog bone out so it's under pressure, mounting the pipe to the outside means the pipe mount is too close to the hangar. I used a grinder to trim the top of the pipe mount to give it more clearance.


I'll have some time this weekend, after first service, and will post a few photo's.
 

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Jerry,


That's interesting, yours is the first one I've seen with the pipe mounted to the inside of the "dog bone".


Neither way looks spot on to me, yours is pushing the dog bone out so it's under pressure, mounting the pipe to the outside means the pipe mount is too close to the hangar. I used a grinder to trim the top of the pipe mount to give it more clearance.


I'll have some time this weekend, after first service, and will post a few photo's.
I thought that and why I asked Jerry for pics as I had no instructions. His one doesn't use both large black rubber bushes and the original Ducati video shows it as I had it but it obviously sits out further than Jerrys and his bolt look close to the swingarm. I wait for further news or photo copy of the install guide paperwork.
 

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I thought that and why I asked Jerry for pics as I had no instructions. His one doesn't use both large black rubber bushes and the original Ducati video shows it as I had it but it obviously sits out further than Jerrys and his bolt look close to the swingarm. I wait for further news or photo copy of the install guide paperwork.
Take a look at this also: https://youtu.be/Zd3_L3HHTfY?t=1m46s
 

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Jerry,


That's interesting, yours is the first one I've seen with the pipe mounted to the inside of the "dog bone".


Neither way looks spot on to me, yours is pushing the dog bone out so it's under pressure, mounting the pipe to the outside means the pipe mount is too close to the hangar. I used a grinder to trim the top of the pipe mount to give it more clearance.


I'll have some time this weekend, after first service, and will post a few photo's.

Mine was fitted by my dealer so if there are any problems it'll be their problem not mine!


Jerry
 

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Jerry,


That's interesting, yours is the first one I've seen with the pipe mounted to the inside of the "dog bone".


Neither way looks spot on to me, yours is pushing the dog bone out so it's under pressure, mounting the pipe to the outside means the pipe mount is too close to the hangar. I used a grinder to trim the top of the pipe mount to give it more clearance.


I'll have some time this weekend, after first service, and will post a few photo's.
I installed mine a couple of days ago and also went for the mount inside the dog bone as there's no way to fit it on the outside without grinding away some bits and the install set up fit like a glove and didn't look awkward at all despite my expectations from this thread.

Are you going to put the Remus on? Would be great to hear what it like.
Sorry unfortunately I convinced myself over the last 5 months waiting for my bike that I'd be better off with the Termi due to the ECU re-map, Italian cliche for a perfect fit with a ducati, and lastly, keeping my engines warranty which apparently in Australia can be void with non ducati / terming one exhausts... Usually I'd not care but I had wayyyy too much time to deliberate and changed my mind a few too many times. Pretty happy with the termi though - looks and sounds amazing in person.
 

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I installed mine a couple of days ago and also went for the mount inside the dog bone as there's no way to fit it on the outside without grinding away some bits and the install set up fit like a glove and didn't look awkward at all despite my expectations from this thread.



Sorry unfortunately I convinced myself over the last 5 months waiting for my bike that I'd be better off with the Termi due to the ECU re-map, Italian cliche for a perfect fit with a ducati, and lastly, keeping my engines warranty which apparently in Australia can be void with non ducati / terming one exhausts... Usually I'd not care but I had wayyyy too much time to deliberate and changed my mind a few too many times. Pretty happy with the termi though - looks and sounds amazing in person.
This was agreed at my dealer today to be correct and is as close as possible to the image at factory video. Uses all the rubber washers correctly but rather than cutting bracket down with a grinder or wearing footrest hanger I since took photo have made a 3mm aluminium washer and 5mm longer bolt. It clears both elements and is sturdy and safe and looks correct. Its up to you how you fit yours but dealers are not getting fitting details either so far.






 

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This was agreed at my dealer today to be correct and is as close as possible to the image at factory video. Uses all the rubber washers correctly but rather than cutting bracket down with a grinder or wearing footrest hanger I since took photo have made a 3mm aluminium washer and 5mm longer bolt. It clears both elements and is sturdy and safe and looks correct. Its up to you how you fit yours but dealers are not getting fitting details either so far.






Thanks for all the info and pics Albie; I've had another go at mine and now it's in front of the mount and seems better but who knows...hard to tell when there's at least 10 bits and pieces left in the box when you're done mounting the exhaust! I seem to have a spare spring, a spare dog bone with not 2 but 4 blue rubber bushes, a bunch of washers, etc... I'd this ever happen to my ikea furniture I'd be super worried, but in the spirit of ducati and all Italians I'll just go grab a coffee and enjoy the beautiful sound the bike makes!
 

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Thanks for all the info and pics Albie; I've had another go at mine and now it's in front of the mount and seems better but who knows...hard to tell when there's at least 10 bits and pieces left in the box when you're done mounting the exhaust! I seem to have a spare spring, a spare dog bone with not 2 but 4 blue rubber bushes, a bunch of washers, etc... I'd this ever happen to my ikea furniture I'd be super worried, but in the spirit of ducati and all Italians I'll just go grab a coffee and enjoy the beautiful sound the bike makes!
I guess the spare spring is the one you could replace if tarnished as the dog bone and nuts and bolts. I put them all together with the original exhaust now nearly as new after a clean so I don't lose them if I happen to have to put back or sell the termi. Keeping all OEM stuff together .
 

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Sorry unfortunately I convinced myself over the last 5 months waiting for my bike that I'd be better off with the Termi due to the ECU re-map, Italian cliche for a perfect fit with a ducati, and lastly, keeping my engines warranty which apparently in Australia can be void with non ducati / terming one exhausts... Usually I'd not care but I had wayyyy too much time to deliberate and changed my mind a few too many times. Pretty happy with the termi though - looks and sounds amazing in person.
Thanks Feli for the feedback. Sounds like I am in the same boat for at least the warrantee period. Cheers J
 
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