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Hi everyone I am waiting for my classic from Coventry Ducati , I am very tempted with the high level Termignoni pipes because I just think they look better , however I don't want a howling wailing banshee , anyone seen owt about exhaust note on these ? I have seen the low mount ones ,

Just as an aside I very nearly didn't buy a scrambler because of the advertising, as I felt I didn't fit the demographic and it's almost like you are being deliberately being excluded ! new back to biking after 25 years off, my last bike was a Honda VF750F
 

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I am in your exact situation. Except my red icon arrived and I cannot drive it with the existing exhaust... It's killing the sound...

I am waiting for both termi to arrive so I can choose wisely.

In the meantime anyone uploading pictures of the 2 pipes compared is very much appreciated

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Hi everyone I am waiting for my classic from Coventry Ducati , I am very tempted with the high level Termignoni pipes because I just think they look better , however I don't want a howling wailing banshee , anyone seen owt about exhaust note on these ? I have seen the low mount ones ,

Just as an aside I very nearly didn't buy a scrambler because of the advertising, as I felt I didn't fit the demographic and it's almost like you are being deliberately being excluded ! new back to biking after 25 years off, my last bike was a Honda VF750F
Hey Gerry, I'm gad you didn't let the marketing turn you off, because despite what the campaign may say Ducati has aimed squarely at this demographic, we have a thread somewhere, most of us are beyond the idealized 20-35 demographic that every company is professing as the promised land of profitability!

You won't get a howling banshee, the twin rumbles more like a V8 then screams as an inline will. I'm assuming the Termi high pipes will sound similar to the term race pipe we heard a few months back...

 

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well I want the duke approved ones as I want them to do it and stay within warranty , surely if I have it re mapped etc for an after market non Ducati approved pipe it may invalidate the factory warranty ?
 
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