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Where do you get MV Corse Pipes?

I'm looking into getting some SS MV Corse slip ons for my Brute 750. Seen a few sets go through the for sale section before. I had heard they're kinda rare and retail for appx. $900. Can I get them from my MV dealer or do they not make them anymore in stainless?

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One option is from Vesuvio, but it's pretty hefty regarding the $. Wait some time, I bet some will get to the surface.
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...just updated the exchange rate from 1.45$/1€ to 1.32$/1€
it's been the lowest level in months. It might go back up any time unfortunately.
http://www.mvagusta-vesuvio.com/index.php?cPath=550_557

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I'm looking into getting some SS MV Corse slip ons for my Brute 750. Seen a few sets go through the for sale section before. I had heard they're kinda rare and retail for appx. $900. Can I get them from my MV dealer or do they not make them anymore in stainless?
I think a set with mid-pipe and chip were just sold by a forum member for $600. They surface every once in a while. I got a set from another forum member a while back without mid-pipe.

Patience grass hopper.

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I just sold my cans for $500

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To anyone who has had them, how do they compare to Arrow shotgun pipes?

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Performance should be very similar. Weight wise the Arrows should be much lighter as they are Aluminum or Ti where the Coarse are SS. I would think the Arrows are a bit loader as they have a bigger exhaust port.

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Arrows are a bit lighter and have removable dB killers which make the bike more socially acceptable when in. When they are out the sound is similar to the MV Corse. I liked my Arrow carbon can's look and performance, but I wanted the stock appearance of the slash cut Corse pipes, so I sold them when I got a deal on the MV Corse stuff

A downside on the Arrows is they are larger diameter and you must space the right passenger peg out about 12mm...and biggest downside with the Arrows is the mount bracket between the 2 cans is a very tight squeeze for the hand and wrench when you need to swing the lower muffler out for a tire change.

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Surprisingly, I have always thought MV Corse use Titanium since it's so expensive...O_O
People buy MV Corse not because it's the most expensive exhaust for Brutale but for
the slash cut twin exhaust. That is sexy. I'm poor, that's why I go Arrow.

My suggestion to you my friend, I recommend you to go with MV Corse Mid pipe first,
if you think that's not enough noise. Then go with the cans. People do get surprised
by the MV Corse mid pipe. Huge improvement on the engine smoothness (I found).

Motorcycle is more than just a transport.

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I wish the Corse set wasn't so expensive. I just installed an arrow mid, which made a little difference in grunt, not so much in volume. Kinda like the arrows, but the slash is just so iconic. I'll probably leave it for a season and keep an eye on the for sale section.

Still curious where they originate though. The ti corse pipes are easy to find, but ss slip-ons not so much.

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