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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-03-2009, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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breaking in

Breaking in the new pipes. Coming along quite beautifully
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-03-2009, 01:25 PM
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Gotta love the look of Ti

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...it's like looking at a faultless diamond
We got some original MV Corse lines still in stock by the way... http://www.mvagusta-vesuvio.com/index.php?cPath=550_557

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beautiful!
stoooopid question, but anyways, here goes.............
will a full Ti exhaust line even come remotely close to passing an emissions inspection?
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oooo.... nice. very cool.


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beautiful!
stoooopid question, but anyways, here goes.............
will a full Ti exhaust line even come remotely close to passing an emissions inspection?
I'm not too familiar with Euro 3 emmisions but I assume the first thing they will look for is the catalytic convertor and the post cat 02 sensor which would both be removed by the full exhaust.

You could run the ti header and cans, with the stock catalytic convertor in place and have a bung welded for the O2 sensor. This should be emmisions compliant and wouldn't take long to change back to the ti-midpipe.

How often do you have to go to emmisions testing in your country? In the USA we never have to do emissions testing on motorcycles after they've been sold/registered AFAIK.

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in japan it is every 2 years. Putting the cat back in is needed. Not 100% what else is required.... never done it myself.


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I'm not too familiar with Euro 3 emmisions but I assume the first thing they will look for is the catalytic convertor and the post cat 02 sensor which would both be removed by the full exhaust.

You could run the ti header and cans, with the stock catalytic convertor in place and have a bung welded for the O2 sensor. This should be emmisions compliant and wouldn't take long to change back to the ti-midpipe.

How often do you have to go to emmisions testing in your country? In the USA we never have to do emissions testing on motorcycles after they've been sold/registered AFAIK.
You can't run the stock midpipe with those Ti headers.

Ask Odonata how I know.

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Beee-uu-T-full!

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I installed the same MV Corse Ti system a couple weeks ago, but it's been so damn cold here, not to mention a foot of snow, that I've only fired it up a couple of times. It sounds sweeeet, and I can't wait for the changing of the colors.

It's an impressive system, exquisite craftsmanship, the weld quality is amazing...you supposedly get what you pay for, and I hope I did...I'm extremely pleased so far.

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