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Mv agusta exhaust

Looking to upgrade the exhaust on my MV Agusta and remove the CAT but want to keep the 3pipe look anyone help me on what exhaust is best and possibly where to buy from?

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Hi tom, welcome along.

I suggest you make yourself a pot of tea, get a big tin of biscuits and start reading through this......

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showpost.php?p=594977

Personal preference is the FM exhaust for me, had one on my Brutale, sounded amazing but they are all pretty loud which may be an issue for you especially if you want to take your bike on track days and the circuits have noise limits, (the standard pipe struggles to pass limits tbh). In the end I sold mine on with the bike as its noise level began to get on my tits.

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Couple of suggestions

1) Zero looks brilliant used the system with both my previous F3's.
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2) QD another quality pipe have just fitted to the RC, db [email protected] with killers in. You can then remove either one, two or all three
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Welcome to the forum Tom.
Have a look in the Market place at forum sponsors and also in the For Sale section, pipes come and go secondhand every now and again. And for idea's in the link to the Performance section as already suggested.

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Choices for three pipes are (from what I've found):

FM Projects, QD, Silmoto, Bodis and Zero. Have a google. HP Corse did an amazing looking prototype three pipe system, but that has yet to materialise.

As said above the standard pipe struggles for track day noise limits. If you want to ditch the CAT, I believe you need to change the headers. This could make the bike LOUD.






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Have a google. HP Corse did an amazing looking prototype three pipe system, but that has yet to materialise.
I think you'll find that you might be wrong, as I believe some guys already have them, I know dealers are offering for sale already.

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As said above the standard pipe struggles for track day noise limits. If you want to ditch the CAT, I believe you need to change the headers. This could make the bike LOUD.
Ditching the cat does not make the bike much louder compared to ditching the silencers.

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Here it is guys, easy fit and very pleased with the build quality and sound. Loud but not offensive loud, will only get me a tug if I were to be foolish around town.

Love the pops and growl on the overrun, highly addictive, and using the q/s and hearing the pop on the shift is very good.
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I think you'll find that you might be wrong, as I believe some guys already have them, I know dealers are offering for sale already.
Really? I thought they were still in limbo. Definitely one of the best looking pipes out there, pricey though?



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Ditching the cat does not make the bike much louder compared to ditching the silencers.
I always thought that De-Catting made things louder?
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Really? I thought they were still in limbo. Definitely one of the best looking pipes out there, pricey though?
I always thought that De-Catting made things louder?
Hahaha, the "cat" is not a silencer, the bike is louder when it's removed, but not nearly us much as removing the silencers mate.
Did you have a look through the exhaust thread in the Performance section, I know it's big but it's worth the giggles ?

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