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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-01-2011, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Exhaust

I got my MV Agusta Arrow exhaust put on the other day. It is really loud it seems to run better also with the new ECU. I am debating on putting the DB Killer in what do all of you with the shorty exhaust do ?

Also i got the lower faring for it and it looks pretty good with it on.

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I also have the Arrow exhaust...yes, it is loud. I have not put the db killer in but I do have it....I might give it a try.

Id love to see pics of the lower fairing on it..

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Yes, it's really loud!! And it's another ridding experience.

But it seems I have to regulate it on my bike, it makes some "spok, spok" noise (like a shot!) when I slow it.

Does it happen to you?
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For me it is too loud without db, but you will loose power with db killer.
Both situations need different mapping to have the right fuelling.

I am looking for another db killer that takes noise but not so much power, the std one does just choke it

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I tried the DB Killer in the bike and ended up taking it back out it does cut the power a bit i guess i will just wear better earplugs.

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Yes, it's really loud!! And it's another ridding experience.

But it seems I have to regulate it on my bike, it makes some "spok, spok" noise (like a shot!) when I slow it.

Does it happen to you?
It does kinda make a bit of a backfire sound on decel remapping it may help.

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It does kinda make a bit of a backfire sound on decel remapping it may help.
backfiring?....that's just the pitter-patter of 1,090 beautiful italian women running underneath you....

my mvcorse (powered by arrow) now sounds like a machine gun when decelerating...

it's great because cars / trucks / buses hear you from a mile away ...an added safety feature of this magnificent exhaust...

...the welds and the blue colour on the titanium pipes are spanking !

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I also have the Arrow exhaust...yes, it is loud. I have not put the db killer in but I do have it....I might give it a try.

Id love to see pics of the lower fairing on it..
Hi,

Here is a pic of Getec's lower fairing after it was fitted, it looks great & perfect fit just a bit of work to fit the mesh as it doesn't come fitted.
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It does kinda make a bit of a backfire sound on decel remapping it may help.

Thanks for the tip, Pete!

As its is my first bike, I have to make a silly question: do I have to buy a Power Comander or something like that to remap?
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backfiring?....that's just the pitter-patter of 1,090 beautiful italian women running underneath you....

my mvcorse (powered by arrow) now sounds like a machine gun when decelerating...

it's great because cars / trucks / buses hear you from a mile away ...an added safety feature of this magnificent exhaust...

...the welds and the blue colour on the titanium pipes are spanking !
You guys are funny!! At first I thought it was a problem and now I almost like the backfire!!
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