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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-03-2013, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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2011 920 brutale exhaust swap questions.

hi all.

i've had a 2011 920 brutale from new,and toying with the idea of replacing the stock exhaust with an arrow 4/2/1 race system.

has anyone out there done this? would appreciate any advice.

cheerz.

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I think brut920 has.

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Yes - I have fitted the arrow full system


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nice bike!

thats one nice looking bike. i got your reply which is very helpful. what did you do about the exhaust valve? i've read that if you unplug it,the red engine management light stays on. is this true,if so how did you get round the problem?

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Elo, I'm also interested about what tim8068 had to aske...im also looking at changing the exhaust, anyone out there have an answer to the exhaust valve issue?
Cheers
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thats one nice looking bike. i got your reply which is very helpful. what did you do about the exhaust valve? i've read that if you unplug it,the red engine management light stays on. is this true,if so how did you get round the problem?

many thanks.

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Hello Tim
I bought a tamburini front system wich removed the cat and valve.
And made my own carbon mufflers.
Just dont disconnect the valve motor leave it on the bike , remove the 2
metal strings that are connected to the valve.
If you start the engine the motor will activate (as it should) and the ecu will think that the valve is still on...
I had no problems with fuelling or such , Brutale' s are very rich in fuel on standard trim so a full system is no problem with the standard ECU
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Hello Tim
I bought a tamburini front system wich removed the cat and valve.
And made my own carbon mufflers.
Just dont disconnect the valve motor leave it on the bike , remove the 2
metal strings that are connected to the valve.
If you start the engine the motor will activate (as it should) and the ecu will think that the valve is still on...
I had no problems with fuelling or such , Brutale' s are very rich in fuel on standard trim so a full system is no problem with the standard ECU
CHEERS
Peter
Ooooo...that exhaust is very nice..now if I could find someone to make me a set of mufflers like those..for a fee of course..
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Hello Tim
I bought a tamburini front system wich removed the cat and valve.
And made my own carbon mufflers.
Just dont disconnect the valve motor leave it on the bike , remove the 2
metal strings that are connected to the valve.
If you start the engine the motor will activate (as it should) and the ecu will think that the valve is still on...
I had no problems with fuelling or such , Brutale' s are very rich in fuel on standard trim so a full system is no problem with the standard ECU
CHEERS
Peter
+1 on the carbon mufflers - thats great work there Peter.

Cheers, Simon


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Ooooo...that exhaust is very nice..now if I could find someone to make me a set of mufflers like those..for a fee of course..
Hey Guys
I did a thread in the "customizing" section
here is the link
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=168354
be my guest to do the same...
wasn't easy
cheers
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