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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-25-2018, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Smile termigioni muffler

Does Termignoni muffler provide better sound than original? I would like more sound :-) someone who knows and has one ?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-28-2018, 12:53 AM
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take the exhaust valve out, a little more sound in the lower revs
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To me, there is very little change in the sound. I've put Termis on all my previous Ducati's (Multis and Hypers) and the sound improvement has been awesome once the baffle was removed. There is no removable baffle in the 950/1200E Termi. When you look through the stock and Termi they look exactly the same internally.

I think that Euro4 compliance has resulted in all the restriction happening before the slip-on so unless you go the racing Termi or a cat-delete, there will be little change.

I do love the look though and I would have put one on anyway (only with a heavy discount, not RRP).

The above being said, I was out all day yesterday on a loan 950 with stock exhaust (doing an off-road DARE ride on a hire 950) and when I got back on mine I though it sounded better when the valve opened. I'll need to do some more comparisons when I can.

I actually have a spare BNIB 950 Termi for sale (search on Gumtree Australia). I wanted the spoked wheels which were cheaper to buy in the Enduro Lite pack which came with a Termi.
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Thank you for your detailed response 👍🏻😀, I think I'm saving money and running with original for a while 🤔
nice saddle!
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take the exhaust valve out, a little more sound in the lower revs
does not that affect the performance?
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does not that affect the performance?
No, it is only put in there for EU noise test,
Removal/Elimination of the exhaust valve - Ducati.ms - The Ultimate Ducati Forum
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ok nice. but can you just loosen the wire and turn the valve to the open position ?
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ok nice. but can you just loosen the wire and turn the valve to the open position ?
No. bore the screws out of the exhaust flap, and remove it all together, leave the wiring and cable in place, other wise your bike will show an error code.
Put a rag down the the exhaust before you start boring, so the flap doesn't fall down into the cat
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ok nice. but can you just loosen the wire and turn the valve to the open position ?
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No. bore the screws out of the exhaust flap, and remove it all together, leave the wiring and cable in place, other wise your bike will show an error code.
Put a rag down the the exhaust before you start boring, so the flap doesn't fall down into the cat
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So, obviously you can do what you want with your bikes, but having read through the thread, the valve only closes at low revs and partial throttle for emissions and noise testing, otherwise it's open except to provide back pressure and aid engine braking on a closed throttle, so what gains are there to be had by playing with the valve?

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How about this Termignoni, does anyone has it? How about the sound
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