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Old Jun 26th 2018, 11:26 AM   #71
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Does anyone know if the belly pan that comes in this kit is FIM compliant for fluid retention?

Increasingly more interested in this option over the Akra.
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Old Jun 28th 2018, 04:20 PM   #72
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OK guys. I got my Termi installed last week. It was a Mother Ffffer.............
Initial sound is good, I like the tail section the best.
I am a bit disappointed with several points.
1. Much more cast and stainless than Titamium. (8 lbs less than stock accounting for all pieces removed vs all parts added. Most weight savings from heat shields removal.)
2. Mid pipe for front banks was majorly off. Major tweaking required.
3. Carbon belly pan has deep scratches seemingly from abrasive polishing?
4. Bonamici rearset rear brake lever does not clear belly pan. Spacers and new bolts required.
5. Up Map module arrived without map. Currently not available. Check engine light on and most likely very lean.
6. Instructions in italian, with a few small pictures.
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Old Jun 28th 2018, 07:14 PM   #73
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Originally Posted by BZortman View Post
OK guys. I got my Termi installed last week. It was a Mother Ffffer.............
Initial sound is good, I like the tail section the best.
I am a bit disappointed with several points.
1. Much more cast and stainless than Titamium. (8 lbs less than stock accounting for all pieces removed vs all parts added. Most weight savings from heat shields removal.)
2. Mid pipe for front banks was majorly off. Major tweaking required.
3. Carbon belly pan has deep scratches seemingly from abrasive polishing?
4. Bonamici rearset rear brake lever does not clear belly pan. Spacers and new bolts required.
5. Up Map module arrived without map. Currently not available. Check engine light on and most likely very lean.
6. Instructions in italian, with a few small pictures.
Well, that doesn't sound as promising as I would have hoped.
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Old Jun 28th 2018, 07:36 PM   #74
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Originally Posted by BZortman View Post
OK guys. I got my Termi installed last week. It was a Mother Ffffer.............
Initial sound is good, I like the tail section the best.
I am a bit disappointed with several points.
1. Much more cast and stainless than Titamium. (8 lbs less than stock accounting for all pieces removed vs all parts added. Most weight savings from heat shields removal.)
2. Mid pipe for front banks was majorly off. Major tweaking required.
3. Carbon belly pan has deep scratches seemingly from abrasive polishing?
4. Bonamici rearset rear brake lever does not clear belly pan. Spacers and new bolts required.
5. Up Map module arrived without map. Currently not available. Check engine light on and most likely very lean.
6. Instructions in italian, with a few small pictures.
Yep sounds disappointing . I was on the fence with this exhaust I think a full titanium version would be nice
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Old Jun 28th 2018, 07:44 PM   #75
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Originally Posted by BZortman View Post
OK guys. I got my Termi installed last week. It was a Mother Ffffer.............
Initial sound is good, I like the tail section the best.
I am a bit disappointed with several points.
1. Much more cast and stainless than Titamium. (8 lbs less than stock accounting for all pieces removed vs all parts added. Most weight savings from heat shields removal.)
2. Mid pipe for front banks was majorly off. Major tweaking required.
3. Carbon belly pan has deep scratches seemingly from abrasive polishing?
4. Bonamici rearset rear brake lever does not clear belly pan. Spacers and new bolts required.
5. Up Map module arrived without map. Currently not available. Check engine light on and most likely very lean.
6. Instructions in italian, with a few small pictures.
Should have done a how to - youtube
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Old Jun 29th 2018, 07:01 AM   #76
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Originally Posted by BZortman View Post
OK guys. I got my Termi installed last week. It was a Mother Ffffer.............
Initial sound is good, I like the tail section the best.
I am a bit disappointed with several points.
1. Much more cast and stainless than Titamium. (8 lbs less than stock accounting for all pieces removed vs all parts added. Most weight savings from heat shields removal.)
2. Mid pipe for front banks was majorly off. Major tweaking required.
3. Carbon belly pan has deep scratches seemingly from abrasive polishing?
4. Bonamici rearset rear brake lever does not clear belly pan. Spacers and new bolts required.
5. Up Map module arrived without map. Currently not available. Check engine light on and most likely very lean.
6. Instructions in italian, with a few small pictures.
No pics??
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Old Jun 29th 2018, 08:07 AM   #77
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Originally Posted by BZortman View Post
OK guys. I got my Termi installed last week. It was a Mother Ffffer.............
Initial sound is good, I like the tail section the best.
I am a bit disappointed with several points.
1. Much more cast and stainless than Titamium. (8 lbs less than stock accounting for all pieces removed vs all parts added. Most weight savings from heat shields removal.)
2. Mid pipe for front banks was majorly off. Major tweaking required.
3. Carbon belly pan has deep scratches seemingly from abrasive polishing?
4. Bonamici rearset rear brake lever does not clear belly pan. Spacers and new bolts required.
5. Up Map module arrived without map. Currently not available. Check engine light on and most likely very lean.
6. Instructions in italian, with a few small pictures.
Found this for installation instructions.. doesn't address all your other points, but seems somewhat thorough.

https://www.motorcycle-exhausts.co.u...post--15.html#
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Old Jul 3rd 2018, 01:55 PM   #78
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Termi System and Ducati Warranty

If I have a certified ducati dealer install the termi system with up-map. Will the motorcycle still be under warranty?
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Old Jul 3rd 2018, 05:25 PM   #79
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If I have a certified ducati dealer install the termi system with up-map. Will the motorcycle still be under warranty?
No. The termi upmap is not covered by the warranty, the only map you can use that will not void warranty is the official akra map.

However, piggyback tuners like rapidbike and tuneboy do not void the warranty and have been suggested to me by Ducati if I get anything other than the akras. Just waiting on them to come out before going for an exhaust.
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Old Jul 5th 2018, 11:35 AM   #80
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I’m surprised ducati think Tuneboy is a piggyback....it flashes the ECU on panigale models.
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