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Old Dec 6th 2018, 09:37 PM   #1
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Remove 1299s Heat Shield

I saw a photo of what I believe was an 1199 with the heat shield removed entirely; and only the exhaust piping showing, I like the look but Iím sure that canít be good for the heat dissipation etc.. has anyone done this on their 1299? Any thoughts on doing this? I canít find the photo I saw but this IG post has a model replica with what Iím referring to..


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Old Dec 7th 2018, 12:18 AM   #2
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It get's pretty hot that section of pipe to touch, best to keep it covered a bit.
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Definitely do NOT want to remove that, it's too hot as it is ha
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I want to know this as well. Everytime I see it i ask owner but have never received a reply. I don't think I will try and remove it on stock pipes, but I think if you run de cat system and titanium everything is cooler anyway and ti dissipates heat quicker.

Also, if I look at how the pipe is burning up my rear hugger I would be worried about the paint on the tail section...
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Old Dec 7th 2018, 11:49 PM   #5
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I would at least wrap it with some heat tape.


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Old Dec 8th 2018, 12:50 AM   #6
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You donít have to pay that much, I would say there is some improvements,
Just go to any auto shop or even amazon



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Old Dec 8th 2018, 02:45 PM   #7
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The under seat heat shielding didn't do much for me, its the darn rear cylinder that throws off BBQ sear temp heat. I can't even ride this thing with jeans on, I would add 10lbs to the rear seat area if it meant my right leg didn't get burn marks ha
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Lol, I figured there’s a lot of heat and I wouldn’t try it on the stockers, in some of my research I saw something about ceramic coating both inside and and outside in order to do it; as far as heat Shield goes I bought the kit from Ducati Spacers really well cut pieces etc.. and I wear Kevlar and Cordura riding jeans never really had an issue; I mean it’s warm but not burn mark on my leg warm... you gotta go faster
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