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Termignoni installed

Hey guys I installed the carbon/stainless version of the Termignoni slip-on exhaust on my 600rr. It's awesome. I think I've only seen 2 or 3 other people on here that have it, so here are some pics of mine.

It took about 2 months to get it from Europe, it cost $844. Part number H073094CO.









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Bad ass! That duc looks sexy as hell though. More pictures of that!

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whats it look like without that guard around it? i presume thats a guard exhaust cover isnt it?

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Looks killer indeed CF exhaust guard hides the muffler's beauty



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Very nice! How does it sound though?
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never been a huge fan of termi, but that looks pretty good. what are they hiding under that big shroud?
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never been a huge fan of termi, but that looks pretty good. what are they hiding under that big shroud?
A standard round pipe, look at his pictures, especially the underside one.

Had a Termi on my old 06 1000rr for a while. Nicely built, but loud, over priced for what it is and really not a great fit. Sold it and got a Scorpion which fit, looked and sounded better, IMHO. But neither were as nice as the Akra I have in my current 600, the Scorpions stick out pretty far on the little bikes.

Nice looking pipe, though, I just think they sound better on twins than fours. Nice to have something that not everyone has, I bet.

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My friend has a termi on his r6 and it sounds amazing. I can always hear him coming, and it has a really nice tone to it

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Lets great, lets get some sound clips coming in!
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This was the cleanest way I could set it up because I wanted to retain the stock heat shield and black side trim so I could attach the license plate. I'll take a video with sound and post that in a few days. Glad you guys like it.
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$844 just for the slip on ?

Damn.

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Take off the guard. Will look a whole lot better
looks great, would look better w out oem guard. Not sure if Tripage has an FE / Tag bracket for Termi though?
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Nice! I agree, lets see it with out the guard.

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That doesn't look too bad mate. They belong on Dukes though and sound loud to boot. How does it sound?
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I like it!

Congrats on being different, I see so many Akra's

But there is a reason why there are so many Akra's

Does the exhaust sound really loud?

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You get my for having something of desire that few others have.

What is that other bike to the right side? I am thinking a Suzuki or Honda cruiser. Looks fun as hell. The Ducati is sexxxy as bloody hell. Nice garage!!
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looks great, would look better w out oem guard. Not sure if Tripage has an FE / Tag bracket for Termi though?
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Sound clip!!!!

I really want to hear what this thing sounds like. Do you think the slip on would match up with arrow headers?
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Do you think the slip on would match up with arrow headers?
Any slip-on should match up with Arrow headers.
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That doesn't look too bad mate. They belong on Dukes though and sound loud to boot. How does it sound?
not anymore, the Yamaha M1 motoGP bike ran Termignoni exhaust before they switched to Akrapovic, same with the Ducati Desmosedici GP13 which switched to Akrapovic exhaust. in fact the 2014 Ducati 1199R Panigale Superleggera runs Akrapovic exhaust.


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Everyone is using AK because termi isn't very good.

Fairly simple really
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A standard round pipe, look at his pictures, especially the underside one.

Had a Termi on my old 06 1000rr for a while. Nicely built, but loud, over priced for what it is and really not a great fit. Sold it and got a Scorpion which fit, looked and sounded better, IMHO. But neither were as nice as the Akra I have in my current 600, the Scorpions stick out pretty far on the little bikes.

Nice looking pipe, though, I just think they sound better on twins than fours. Nice to have something that not everyone has, I bet.

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agreed, i was considering the Termi slip-on for my bike when i was shopping around for an exhaust, got a quote for it & i just couldn't justify the ridiculous asking price (about the same as buying a stainless akrapovic full system), the only thing it had going for it was the name & rarity, i see termignoni exhausts on ducati bike & not quite impressed with the fit & finish, they sound good though.


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Everyone is using AK because termi isn't very good.

Fairly simple really
yup, the termis have this "bigger is better" mentality, the full exhaust on the 1199 is huge, think sewer pipes, akra & austin racing isn't any bigger than stock & they fix that dip between 6K to 8K rpm.


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yup, the termis have this "bigger is better" mentality, the full exhaust on the 1199 is huge, think sewer pipes, akra & austin racing isn't any bigger than stock & they fix that dip between 6K to 8K rpm.
Their welding is awful... And if you ever have a chance to look at the inside of their ducati systems youll see what a mess it is. Terrible fit on their cuts
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Their welding is awful... And if you ever have a chance to look at the inside of their ducati systems youll see what a mess it is. Terrible fit on their cuts
i did, not impressed & they cost 25% of the bike.


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Ah well. Lots of stuff sells based on name and little more
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