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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-26-2011, 02:55 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow link pipe installed

Just fitted up the Arrow link pipe getting rid of that shitful and heavy cat. Took a few more hours than I thought, but only becuase of stupid time wasters like spending an hour trying to reconnect the sensor plug! Anyway, well worth the effort and time. Plus put on new Rizoma pegs- no more slipping off!

MASSIVE thank you to eddypro for all his tech info. Couldn't have done it without him (saved me from stuffing it up I'm sure). Thanks eddy, much appreciated.

Only down side is I went for a ride and must have copped a rock straight on my headlight! Massive crack right across the lens Anyone know of a cheap supplier of headlight lens?




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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-26-2011, 04:37 AM
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Hey, did you steal my bike, looks great John.
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Was there much involved in the fitting beyond the obvious and have you noticed much difference in power or throttle response ?
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Are those the stock headers.
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I'd say yup - cut the cat-can off at the bridging plate - clean up the pipes and jobs a good un

Looks good brutal4
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I'd say yup - cut the cat-can off at the bridging plate - clean up the pipes and jobs a good un

Looks good brutal4
just go to this link,should help for doing it yourself,but do not blame me if you screw it up,this is for a 2009 brutale 1078.

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=40220
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Do you need to change the ECU due to the cat removal?

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Only down side is I went for a ride and must have copped a rock straight on my headlight! Massive crack right across the lens Anyone know of a cheap supplier of headlight lens?



CAG's yer man!!


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Anyone know of a cheap supplier of headlight lens?


LOL. There is no such thing.

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