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Have you heard anything good about these slip ons?? I haven't seen one on our bikes and was interested what people thought who either owned one or had heard something. Thanks ya'll.
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Planning on buying that next week (or possibly this week). I will let you know.

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At $290 to $370 for a slip on I thought that was a pretty good buy.
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Visitor Q why dont you like them? Anything specific?
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At $290 to $370 for a slip on I thought that was a pretty good buy.
where do you find them for that price?
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I haven't heard them but I've seen them on a lot of ducatis

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Do they make them for the 600rr? I know there big with yamaha r1's never heard them though


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Yep they make them for 03-04 and 07-12. You can check it out ok their website. Here is the 03-04

http://www.termignoni.it/products_de...ermignoni#dett

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At $290 to $370 for a slip on I thought that was a pretty good buy.
I'd be VERY skeptical for that price...I've never seen a slip on from Termi at that low of a price...
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I hears of termi's for ducatis myself, i wasnt aware they made them for Honda.... But, i also thought they were expensive... Is that a used price?

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Termi's arent cheap, would have to be used surely...


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I thought Termi weren't street legal? I don't think they are over here in the UK anyway. Plus I think there are on the expensive end of the scale.
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Last I check, it was around $1200 for a full termi system on an Ducati 1198 when I was looking to purchase last year.

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Termi's arent cheap, would have to be used surely...


...and way to go on bringing this back from the dead, its 6 years old
Didn't even Notice that! I was a little confused as to why anyone would be asking this after termi's seem pretty out there these days.

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Last I check, it was around $1200 for a full termi system on an Ducati 1198 when I was looking to purchase last year.
$1200 for slip-ons, ECU and filter... That's what i've seen price wise.. i don't even want to know the cost for a full system from Termi... I looked at termi for my 1098S but ran across Competition Werks and went with those.. They sound bad ass and were cheaper... The set I have are not PC'd, they are bare titanium and I couldn't bring myself to paint them....Here is a link to one of the videos that solidified my decision to buy the CW's. It has a very deep thump and was more of the sound I was going for...DOn't mind the skinny ass dude in the tight jeans...

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where do you find them for that price?
You do know that this thread is 6 years old..

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I like the particular sound Termi's have, but they are generally pretty damn expensive. However, my experience with them has been buying the kit: airfilter + ECU + slipon. I don't know how much a slip on just by itself would be. Anyway, that aside, they do sound nice, and for my personal taste I love how they look too.
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