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2000 F4 750-Sounds a bit quiet..

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I just purchased a 2000 F4 750. Beautiful bike (like you don't know) but the stock setup is a bit quiet. Sounds a bit like a CBR right off the showroom floor.
Does anyone have any advice to modify (as in "pull stuff out") of the exhaust system to give it a bit more grunt? And, how much would the mod change the mapping, etc.
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jchurch,

Enjoy that bike. I am sure the guys here will advise about exhaust changes. Do a search here...this is no virgin topic.

Get rid of midpipe and get some FBF slip-ons. You may not need to change anything else. No doubt, that would give you the sought after GROWL......

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There are two exhausts that offer massive sound (or so i've heard)

The silmotor keeps the four organ pipe shape, and emoto say 105 db

http://emotouk.com/mvagusta/exhausts/silmotor.htm

http://ferracci.com/store/cart.php?m...t_detail&p=110

http://media.mvagusta.net/silmoto_casolinipipes.mpg



The second pipe is the Arrow. It is used by the raceteams, so along with the power gain, you get loudness (I think they are the loudest)

http://emotouk.com/mvagusta/exhausts/arrow.htm

http://ferracci.com/store/cart.php?m...t_detail&p=748

http://media.mvagusta.net/djester_firebreathing1.avi

http://media.mvagusta.net/djester_firebreathing2.avi

http://media.mvagusta.net/boussias_a...rch_07_low.mpg


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Thanks for the welcome and the responses.
Have been looking for a midpipe for a 750 and don't seem to come up with one.
I was interested in the Casolini mod, love the way the mufflers look now and would hate to have to change them.
Any ideas about the mod and the chip involved would be appreciated.
Once again, thanks
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This tells about the casoli mod

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...ght=casoli+mod

Midpipes are here

http://emotouk.com/mvagusta/exhausts/linkpipes.htm

Official MV midpipes are here

http://emotouk.com/mvagusta/exhausts/mvsp.htm

Oh, and I forgot to say Welcome!!!


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Thanks again....
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I have a FBF mid pipe on my 750 and love it. It took only a few minutes to install, and fits perfectly.

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So what are you using for mufflers?
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He has a Brutale... His exhaust wouldn't fit your MV very well


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