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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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Titanium exhaust

I knew I'd do it ...just a matter of time, but I've now got rid of my manifold and cat and replaced them with Moto Corse titanium replacements. I retained the stock mufflers though and have just got the bike back from Brian Jones (Moto Tech) who ran it on the dyno...very pleased as it's putting out 136.56 HP at the rear wheel...(with the stock mufflers).and 75.60 ft-lbs torque. Plenty for me and much more than you'll need for the public road...on a naked bike!. If I can manage it I'll post the graph. I also have the Micro Tek ecu fitted and the bike is as smooth as silk. Apart from looking much more clean..not to mention the 'technicolour' these pipes go the bike revs much more 'crisply' and feel far less 'choked' with the cat gone. I've posted some photos which I hope illustrate the vast difference this mod makes and where I fitted the Lambda valve and bung in the mid pipe. The pipes were expensive but I couldn't be happier...(Bank managers and wives just don't get it??). I'll have to update my 'photo album' now. Enjoy the photos.
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Very tasty!!

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Thats hot!! Hopefully I get some money so I can do that soon.

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Beautiful. You should grab some of those case guards and protect that beauty.
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Very nice..
Very VERY nice...
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post #6 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-04-2010, 03:14 AM
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Superb Brian..they look brilliant

Makes me want to run and but a set but no money just now. Bought another bike (F4) and also got BST carbon wheels for my brute.

Good knowing the bike is properly mapped for them also. How much more power over the std pipes is it making?
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Nice stuff....congrats. Next you know ull have the carbon sickness. It looks great, enjoy the rides.
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you definitely need the F1 ti end cans!!!

this is the most beautiful exhaust ever build!
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Did you have the O2 Bung welded on? My MV Moto Corse system didn't have the Bung for the O2 sensor. It came with the MV Racing ECU and I was told to not install the O2 sensor.

I have the same 1078RR (red) as you.

Interesting...
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Did you have the O2 Bung welded on? My MV Moto Corse system didn't have the Bung for the O2 sensor. It came with the MV Racing ECU and I was told to not install the O2 sensor.

I have the same 1078RR (red) as you.

Interesting...
No, the Moto Corse exhaust mid pipe had the bung for the O2 sensor already fitted as can be seen in photograph 6 (there was a removable screwed in 'plug' in the bung to allow you to fit the sensor). Also there was an additional 'bung' as can be seen in photograph 8 which I 'plugged' with one of the two removable brass plugs that are on the stock exhaust. No... all the provision for fitting the sensor was on this exhaust as can be seen in the photos. (I'm using the Micro Tek ECU).

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