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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-14-2010, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Brutale exhausts...

Hey all, I am very close to owning my 3rd MV, the first 2 being F4's, this time its a 2006 910S, Silver/Red frame...

Im wondering what exhaust you would put on this bike...

The MotoCorse dual pipe, the Arrow Thunder...these are my two top canidates. I really like the look of both of these...If I were to go the Arrow Thunder, I would not go the Carbon route. I like the Ti look better. I have seen some of the Corse pipes that look pretty killer too. I have done some searching, but come up confused with the Corse pipes.

Is there an MV Corse exhaust AND a MotoCorse exhaust?? whats the difference if there is both.

Thanks, sorry for the noob questions...this is my first time researching anything for the Brutale


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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-14-2010, 09:53 PM
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I have the thunder on mine. Looks great, sounds really nice.......but......I have to clean the rear wheel alot because it yellows (almost like a smokers teeth-lol), I think from the hot exhaust blowing on it.
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Wait, are you on NESR?? I have seen the RC51 in your album before??
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Wait, are you on NESR?? I have seen the RC51 in your album before??

Thats me...

Maybe I could meet up with ya to see the Thunder in person...?

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i have a Titanium F1 (Motocorse was build it for MV) but i like too much Arrow Thunder...
In Italy an exhaust must be omologated for road use and both aren't...but Titanium F1 looks like original!!
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I park it in Boston most day's - weather permitting. Let me know.
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The MV Corse Ti pipes are made by Moto Corse, and are the same stile as the originals, except lighter and louder. Moto Corse also manufactures two different Ti sets badged as Moto Corse, both have a single outlet.
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Stick with the dual slash cut cans....get the MV Corse kit !!!! Ti if you can, Inox if the Ti is too $$$.

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I agree on the Ti slash cut in terms of improving existing design. I also think the arrow thunder gives you that street look and ridiculous noise when you want that. I also agree on the Ti Arrow in terms of look, carbon shows the brackets more and at least for me seems out of place. Now, I don't know if there are thermal benefits for carbon in a slip-on as there are in intakes, but probably negligible.

If money is not an issue, get both.

Thunder (cleans up the rear too)


Corse Ti (Sexy "OEM")
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Stick with the dual slash cut cans....get the MV Corse kit !!!! Ti if you can, Inox if the Ti is too $$$.

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love me mv corse kit , bike runs very nice on it
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