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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-21-2011, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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De-cat Y10?

The link pipe and ECU are available together for about £1000!!!

The ECU is available on its own for Euro 290.

http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta...eu00f4y10.html

Has anyone come across a cheap link pipe or done
a diy de-cat job on the original?

Is it a case of wait and cheaper ones will become available?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-21-2011, 03:58 PM
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If you're not keen yourself to do it, then take off your pipe and take it to an engineering workshop. They'll have it done in minutes for ya for hardly a dime

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If you're not keen yourself to do it, then take off your pipe and take it to an engineering workshop. They'll have it done in minutes for ya for hardly a dime
Oh Yeah, and I'm pretty sure it will run like shit. That's why the MV INOX Manifold comes with a different ECU. Mine is finally on the way.
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If you're not keen yourself to do it, then take off your pipe and take it to an engineering workshop. They'll have it done in minutes for ya for hardly a dime
Not the same bike/pipe Kieran, can't be done as easily as the older pipes.

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Oh Yeah, and I'm pretty sure it will run like shit. That's why the MV INOX Manifold comes with a different ECU. Mine is finally on the way.
He was already talking about re-chipping for cat-less pipe, just not wanting to pay the high price for a mid pipe.

Thanks for that Donsy, looks like it don't matter, gonna have to replace pipes anyway. bugger mate

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Thanks for the feedback guys.

So thats a no to DIY decat F4 2010 onwards then?

If so why?
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Might still be possible mate, you just may need to take your full system to someone instead of part of it = Pain the arse!

These others will know more than I, however

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