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    Exhaust internal modification

    Hi All,
    I have a question in regards to modification to an exhaust system. I will tell the whole story so you get a better idea what I am trying to achieve.
    Bike type: 2016 Ducati 1200 Multi enduro.
    When I purchased it, I got a Termi titanium slip on installed before I bought it home from the shop. I wanted a little extra noise so decided to go the full termi race system with the cat delete. This system is sold complete so Iíve ended up with two mufflers (one the silver slip titanium one and the other the black ceramic coated one that comes with the full system purchase). I have the black one installed currently and have been told that both the black one and the titanium one have the same amount of baffling so will sound identical. (Have not tested this).
    So the sound from the full system is great BUT, itís a little too much for everyday use. (I leave for work at 04:45). I contemplated changing back to the original with the cat but really donít want to undo whatís been done.
    Protwin have been awesome and have shown me a SC projects slip on that will quieten the whole thing down and leave me with the option of being able to easily slip between the fairly baffled (sc projects) and the full race termi for the weekend.
    My questions are, does any one know if there is a sound/baffle difference between the black ceramic termi and the titanium termi ? And, if not, is there any way to modify the internals on the titanium termi to bring the db down ?
    Thanks in advance for any advise

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    Having a weekend exhaust and a weekday exhaust is a wank. Find the one that suits you best and stick with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smeghead View Post
    .. maybe something like this: http://kglracing.com/shop/exaust/db_...lers_universel for quick & easy use
    That may be what Iím looking for. Thanks for that.


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    My neighbour has a 400 cubic inch 1968 Mustang that he starts at 5:30 every morning. It wakes me up and makes me want to roger the missus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agrid View Post
    My neighbour has a 400 cubic inch 1968 Mustang that he starts at 5:30 every morning. It wakes me up and makes me want to roger the missus.
    How does she respond to the noisy fukr...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by agrid View Post
    My neighbour has a 400 cubic inch 1968 Mustang that he starts at 5:30 every morning. It wakes me up and makes me want to roger the missus.
    You mean his missus, as revenge, right?
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    That Roger is one lucky fucker
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    Quote Originally Posted by agrid View Post
    My neighbour has a 400 cubic inch 1968 Mustang that he starts at 5:30 every morning. It wakes me up and makes me want to roger the missus.
    Another 28ci and I'd want to roger his missus
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