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Factory exhaust modification

So I dropped my TV at the workshop today for the 15000km service and while speaking with the owner, a guy with 20+ years experience on tuning bikes for the track I asked if it was possible to increase the sound of the exhaust just a bit while maintaining stock looks, which I like.
He told that they already did such a thing to 4 other TV's.
They basically remove the insides of the muffler replacing them with a pipe connecting the input and output of the chamber, letting some of the sound through with the added bonus of a less restrictive system.
I went for it based on his recommendation and will get the bike back on thursday, I'll share a video to try to show the new sound.

Has anyone here thought/done such a thing?

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Look at this sc project exhaust sound crazy and of course less weight price 900

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Look at this sc project exhaust sound crazy and of course less weight price 900

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I wanted to maintain stock look as I really like the side tubes. The modification will cost me 250 so it is alot less!

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Sound interesting, same problem with me, looking for exhaust that looks nice as stock pipes do, but nothing even close, they all sounds much better that stock pipes but looks aaaarrrgghhh...
Last EICMA i spoke with Akrapovic representative about exhaust for MV Agusta bikes, he sad that Agusta dont sell enough bikes to be interesting for them "they make awesome bikes but not enough", he also sad that they can make me exhaust for MV but it will cost me a fortune... I could not find Termignoni guys, coffie time or something
Anyway looking forward to hear modifications on your stock pipes
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So I dropped my TV at the workshop today for the 15000km service and while speaking with the owner, a guy with 20+ years experience on tuning bikes for the track I asked if it was possible to increase the sound of the exhaust just a bit while maintaining stock looks, which I like.
He told that they already did such a thing to 4 other TV's.
They basically remove the insides of the muffler replacing them with a pipe connecting the input and output of the chamber, letting some of the sound through with the added bonus of a less restrictive system.
I went for it based on his recommendation and will get the bike back on thursday, I'll share a video to try to show the new sound.

Has anyone here thought/done such a thing?
Any news? Did you make modification to your stock pipes?
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I have a QD exhaust. Louder than the factory original and looks fabulous. See attached image. The site is here https://www.designcorse.com/products...800-qd-exhaust £970 incl VAT. Their service is first class but don't forget to register your exhaust for the 2 year warranty.

Pops and bangs on the over run as well as being quite noisy generally but legal I am told. I love it! Still got the original in case I get tired of the noise though.

One small issue is that you have to remove the bottom 2 slashed ends to get the rear tyre off, not a big deal but a niggly pain. However it's a small price to pay for the angle of the pipes. Also a lot lighter that the original and I am told more power, but I don't think the bikes ECU has been updated. I might look at this once the warranty has expired.
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So I dropped my TV at the workshop today for the 15000km service and while speaking with the owner, a guy with 20+ years experience on tuning bikes for the track I asked if it was possible to increase the sound of the exhaust just a bit while maintaining stock looks, which I like.
He told that they already did such a thing to 4 other TV's.
They basically remove the insides of the muffler replacing them with a pipe connecting the input and output of the chamber, letting some of the sound through with the added bonus of a less restrictive system.
I went for it based on his recommendation and will get the bike back on thursday, I'll share a video to try to show the new sound.

Has anyone here thought/done such a thing?

Not on the MV but I did this exact thing to my Raider when I first got it. It was much louder than stock, not a bad thing because stock on the Raider sounds like a Goldwing, and a noticeable difference in power. This is a V-Twin monster. It needs to sound that way. Anyway, I ended up putting aftermarket exhaust not to much later mainly because the stock Raider exhaust is really heavy, just one muffler is heavier than the entire new exhaust, and I really didn't like the stock look. But it worked, sounded great and it was relatively easy to do.

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So I dropped my TV at the workshop today for the 15000km service and while speaking with the owner, a guy with 20+ years experience on tuning bikes for the track I asked if it was possible to increase the sound of the exhaust just a bit while maintaining stock looks, which I like.
He told that they already did such a thing to 4 other TV's.
They basically remove the insides of the muffler replacing them with a pipe connecting the input and output of the chamber, letting some of the sound through with the added bonus of a less restrictive system.
I went for it based on his recommendation and will get the bike back on thursday, I'll share a video to try to show the new sound.

Has anyone here thought/done such a thing?
How are u satisfied with your modification? Have you done it? Do you have any pictures of the process?
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So I dropped my TV at the workshop today for the 15000km service and while speaking with the owner, a guy with 20+ years experience on tuning bikes for the track I asked if it was possible to increase the sound of the exhaust just a bit while maintaining stock looks, which I like.
He told that they already did such a thing to 4 other TV's.
They basically remove the insides of the muffler replacing them with a pipe connecting the input and output of the chamber, letting some of the sound through with the added bonus of a less restrictive system.
I went for it based on his recommendation and will get the bike back on thursday, I'll share a video to try to show the new sound.

Has anyone here thought/done such a thing?
The suspense is unbearable ;-). Did you get the mod done? Is a remap required and more importantly, if you had it done, would you please post a video with sound. A number of us are waiting!
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