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brutale 1078 cat removal advice

I need some advice, i have a 1078rr brutale and would like to remove the cat. I have seen a link pipe here http://www.performanceparts.de/index...FQ0TzAodPBZZpg

but not sure if it will fit the 1078rr. Is the 1078rr euro3?
If not suitable what can i do to remove the cat?


Some good stuff on this site BTW. even the mini windshield looks ok.
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You will need a bung for the 02 censer and a hacksaw.
But still not sure that will work.

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If you weld in a bung for the o2 sensor and use stock mufflers or Arrows with the dB killers installed the bike will run great and have a throatier sound. If you pull out the Arrows dB killers or install the MV corse mufflers you will need the "kit" or "race" ECU.

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here is what you need if you keep the standard ECU on your 1078RR Brute.
This midpipe has got a dung for the lambda sensor
http://www.vesuvioracing.com/2195/MV...-by-Arrow.html

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thanks vesuvio for the info

I checked on your website looking for the MV corse full exhaust sytem inc end can and ecu in stainless steel. Could not find it? It is shown in the MV corse special parts catalogue code number SPSC1006B4. Is it something you can get and how much will it be?
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...is that the one ?
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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-12-2009, 03:53 PM
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Hi is it possible to fit the mid pipe to the standard 1078 exhaust (using a hacksaw for example) and retaining the stock mufflers? If so what's involved in doing this? Or is it only possible to fit the mid pipe using replacement manifold/down pipes. And if I do this retaining the stock mufflers will the bike run propery?
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Bike will run OK with stock cans and cat removed.

However, I think you will need to replace mid-pipe and headers/manifold, since the mid-pipe is routed differently I think, and you could not connect it with the manifold from which the cat would be sawed off.
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post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-14-2009, 09:12 AM
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Whatever you do,let de O2 sensor on it,but put the bike on de VDST Computer
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