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Mv Corse exhaust benefit's?

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I'm new to the Mv family.

I have just bought a brutale 1078rr. Normally the first thing I do when I buy a bike it put a race slip-on exhaust and remap if needed. I find the result is how the manufacture would have made the bike if it were not for legal restrictions!
I'm thinking of getting the Mv Corse header/down pipes and mid pipe replacement kit (similar to the pic0. The main idea to save weight and loose the catalytic converter.

Anyone who has down this mod please give me your feedback and pictures would be great too Is it worth the $1200?

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You lucky Americans. $ 1200 To me this would be worth more then $1,200.

You save a little weight, get some extra horses and you get a beautiful sound.
Very good quality.

I stick to the midpipe and collector, so I do not get problems on the trackday.

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Anyone who has down this mod please give me your feedback and pictures would be great too Is it worth the $1200?

Thanks in advice
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For that price buy it!...much cheaper than UK prices....
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This is link to the actual product;
http://www.mvagusta.it/common/shop/s...ale-euro3--ecu

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Hi All
I'm new to the Mv family.

I have just bought a brutale 1078rr. Normally the first thing I do when I buy a bike it put a race slip-on exhaust and remap if needed. I find the result is how the manufacture would have made the bike if it were not for legal restrictions!
I'm thinking of getting the Mv Corse header/down pipes and mid pipe replacement kit (similar to the pic0. The main idea to save weight and loose the catalytic converter.

Anyone who has down this mod please give me your feedback and pictures would be great too Is it worth the $1200?

Thanks in advice
Andy
I have the full Inox system (09 1078RR) and 'am planning to install it in the next week or so.

I'm doing it mostly for the remap - my bike surges at low RPM.

I paid $1600 for mine - a bargain compared to $3700 for the full system on my streetfighter
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Andy - that price is for the head pipes and ECU sans the corse mufflers.



I bought the full system
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Thanks. let me know what you think once you have installed. Maybe I'll go for the full system too. What is the difference of the corse mufflers vs. stock - just weight?

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Thanks. let me know what you think once you have installed. Maybe I'll go for the full system too. What is the difference of the corse mufflers vs. stock - just weight?
The Corse mufflers are far more free flowing and probably louder too (not really what I'm after).
I've been told by the local MV tech that the head pipes and cat removal do not increase engine performance but the Corse mufflers do.

They may be slightly lighter but the majority of the weight savings will be the removal of the cat.
But, the cat is in a place that doesn't transmit much of that weight to the handling of the bike so the rider isn't going to feel much (if any) difference.
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Great info - thanks. Maybe I should only get the Corse mufflers for a little extra sound
I wonder if that would require remapping?

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I bought that kit for my 1090RR. I am going to have the dealer install it when I bring my bike in for first service, which will hopefully be this month. I didn't want the mufflers because they do not have baffles. They sound great from the clips I have seen on youtube, but they are to loud for me. I just got the kit to get rid of the cat which looks like a tumor on such a beautiful bike. The 1090RR also has a butterfly valve in the midpipe which will be eliminated. Even if it doesn't increase the horsepower on the bike (which the bike has plenty) it should change the power characteristics and rideability with the new ECU.
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