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Hey guys,
i know a lots of you will be happy to hear this exhaust system for the very first time!
There is a short video on the "Ducati Factory Store" Facebook Page.
Take a look...and a listen off course! ;)
 

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Now I've gotta figure out how to get it shipped to California, and how to reflash the ECU without a dealer (can't legally do it here)
 

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I wish he would have just let it idle a little instead of the constant revving! It's hard to gauge what it actually sounds like without hearing the engine calm down.
 

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I love this exhaust... But I bought this bike for the handling and the low termi is much better weight wise.

I remember a beautiful video of the ceo of buell who explained the huge difference between a classic exhaust and theirs located under the belly. Cannot find it anymore...
 

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It's 2015 and half of these videos are 2007 quality. And I agree with the whole keeping it revved up being pretty unrepresentative of what it will sound like in real life (unless you're a complete moron sitting at a stop light.)

I like it when they dial them in to not pop on deceleration or shoot fire out of the muffler which is completely ECU related. It hurts to think how many people are going to run this bike around with the factory EPA conforming map on basically straight pipes. Maybe the engine can take it, but it sounds bad.
 

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Hey guys,
i know a lots of you will be happy to hear this exhaust system for the very first time!
There is a short video on the "Ducati Factory Store" Facebook Page.
Take a look...and a listen off course! ;)
sounds nice. somehow I expected it to be deeper in tone. not louder but deeper. call me tone deaf I guess0:)
 

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I was just at the dealer on Friday, and got to hear this exhaust in person. It sounds excellent in person! They had two scramblers side-by-side. One was my brothers with the Termi slip-on that he was picking up, and the other was the Termi high race-line exhaust. They fired them both up so we could listen to them back to back. Both had the db killers removed. The slip-on is deeper, throatier, and a little louder, but they both sound fantastic.

Of the 4 people there, we all preferred the sound of the slip-on by a narrow margin, but I also think the high pipe sounds better with the baffle out than the slip-on does with the baffle in. The slip-on chirps with the baffle in, and I don't like the sound. Also, listening to Nimrandir's video, it sounds like the high exhaust has a similar chirp pitch as well with the baffle in.
 
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