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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-02-2010, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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Exhaust help?

I have an 02/2008 910R. What i need is the proper full set of pipes for my bike so i can de-cat and can-up. Is this the one i want?
http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagusta...i-71304mi.html

If this is the correct set of pipes for my bike. Can i get the shorty on there or do i have to go with the twin slip-ons?
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Those are the headers and mid-pipe for the stock twin cans. The shorty uses a different mid-pipe.
Your 2008 is a Euro3 bike, so yo will also need ECU for correct fueling.

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Those are the headers and mid-pipe for the stock twin cans. The shorty uses a different mid-pipe.
Your 2008 is a Euro3 bike, so yo will also need ECU for correct fueling.
OK ! Now we're getting somewhere, ThankYou Ed.

Now, if i decide to add new Arrow twin cans, will the sound be better/different than stock?

Will i get any extra performance from Arrow Twin cans? As opposed to stock twins.

Is there a full set of pipes with the correct mid-pipe already attached so i can add a shorty? Or will i have to buy the mid-pipe, the headers and the Shorty (if i were to go that way) as 3 different items and if i do could some pls provide the links i need so there's no confusion.

How different is the sound between a shorty and the Arrow twins? Does anyone know?
(dont worry about the db killer info)

And yep, the ECU upgrade is something i do know about, cheers. Just doing the math, maybe an early b-day present

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Here you go:

http://www.mvagusta.it/common/shop/s...nti-di-scarico

If you want a shorty then you need to buy just the headers, the Arrow thunder kit comes with the link pipe (or mid-pipe). You will also need to get the ECU or better yet, a MicroTech ECU from X-Bikes.

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Here you go:

http://www.mvagusta.it/common/shop/s...nti-di-scarico

If you want a shorty then you need to buy just the headers, the Arrow thunder kit comes with the link pipe (or mid-pipe). You will also need to get the ECU or better yet, a MicroTech ECU from X-Bikes.
Mate, thankyou. Just the information i was after. One more question... Why a MicroTech ECU over the tradional standard PCIII? Whats the diff?
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PC III doesn't work with Euro3 bikes, and it is a crude band-aid, anyway. Just piggy backs on the injectors and alters the signal duration.

Microtech has all the EFI parameters tunable, including ignition advane....a proper answer to the tuning problem.

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Hey Kieran, glad you started this thread. I am about to purchase a mid pipe and and EPROM for my euro 2 beasty. As far as I know, this is all I need to get rid of the cat. I am not looking at new pipes etc, I just wanna lose that cat to help the old girl breathe better....will be good to compare bits and maybe schedule that tinker we need!

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Hey Kieran, glad you started this thread. I am about to purchase a mid pipe and and EPROM for my euro 2 beasty. As far as I know, this is all I need to get rid of the cat. I am not looking at new pipes etc, I just wanna lose that cat to help the old girl breathe better....will be good to compare bits and maybe schedule that tinker we need!
I'm glad too, i've had alot of different opinions as to the best way to go about this so thanks heaps Ed for helping sort this out in plain english.

I know now exactly what i need, how much it's gonna cost and where to get it. You Beauty!

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Luke you might be able to help sqibbs out with his mis-purchase. Poor bloke, would be good if it works out for you both.
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Good thread. I've been trying to figure out the very same things. Decat, new ECU etc... although if I went ahead, I'd like to retain the twin slash pipes look. On another front, an Ohlins shock also looks tempting.

Spoke to Simon (Squibby) last night but what he has are the midpipes in a three-section exhaust line. My 910R, although complianced 2007, has a two section exhaust line, same as Simon's 910S. So it's probably a Euro3...Can anyone tell me how I can be sure?

SeaEagle, let's compare notes before ordering anything?
EvolutionBike are good to deal with. I bought a Brutale tank bag from them last month. Perhaps we could at least save on shipment costs seeingwe live around the corner from each other.
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