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R 312 - Mid pipe issue !!!

So I picked up a mid-pipe for my 312.......... got home to install it...........I was very disappointed to see that the stock mid-pipe is welded to the main pipe !!!!

It's pretty much one piece from mid all the way back to the header all welded.

So now I either leave it stock, weld it on or run a full system......HMMMM......so much for an easy mod !!!!
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I guess with R312 you need full system, only mid pipe can not be changed.
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This was made public months ago, it's the same on all new MV's. It's a response to Euro3 emmissions regs, and people easily swapping the cat.

edit: Where did you get the midpipe? Any dealer should know it's welded through.
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Are you still going to the bike show tonight?


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Do you think you could give us a picture so that we can see how it's welded?


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I guess live and learn....that stock one is welded on pretty good, not worth the hassle to change out just the mid-pipe.

I'm probably going to get a full Ti system.
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Is it the same for the F4R??....would go down the garden and look but its pissing down here!..
Thinking of RG3 , ECU and mid pipe for my R....anyone know what bhp increase this would generate?
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The MV Agusta Corse CRC RG3 performance exhaust slip-ons offer a weight savings over the original parts, and are engineered to offer a noticeable increase in horsepower throughout low, mid and high RPMs. Use of the RG3 slip-ons and specifically matched EPROM generally result in an increase of approximately 4-5 rear wheel horsepower. The titanium slip-ons offer the same performance characteristics of the standard RG3 counterparts, however a significant additional weight savings will also be realized.

The exhaust outlet manifold has been designed to further increase horsepower and performance levels beyond those offered by use of the slip-ons alone. Use of both exhaust outlet manifold and slip-ons with specifically matched EPROM should result in an overall gain of 7-8 rear wheel horsepower.

Use of the RG3 slip-ons will also result in a noticeable increase in power and a deeper, more pronounced exhaust note. Please note: The performance slip-ons and exhaust outlet manifolds have not been approved for use on public roads. The slip-ons and exhaust outlet manifold are sold for closed course, competition use only.

To assure proper installation and to optimize fuel injection system tuning, MV Agusta performance exhaust systems must be installed by your authorzed MV Agusta dealer.
That's without the midpipe (claimed)


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