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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-06-2014, 05:26 AM Thread Starter
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"Sport" exhaust ???

I am looking all over the interwebs but I cannot find any reference to this exhaust, Does anyone have a sound clip of this exhaust and or any experience with installing / running it ? Or am I just searching for a wrong name ?

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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-06-2014, 06:12 AM
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It's an MV Corse system which is sometimes referred to as the "cannonball" system as it forms part of the Cannonball power-up kit. The only place I've seen it to purchase online is through site sponsors Evolution Bike but some of the others may be able to supply as well.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b20ISNS7j34
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdGUuuUAsMI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsffB60n6Nw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2yqsSeec1I
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It looks like this:

I have this on my wife's 1090RR.

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I left the DB killer in it. It growls. I have no sound clip.

I had the ECU remapped and Dyno-tuned.

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Looks great!

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post #5 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-06-2014, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you so much for the reply's and the picture ! I was looking and looking and I could not find it and within hours you guys helpt me so much !!

That sound is amazing and personally I think it looks amazing as well. I think I'm gonna go for this one over the other options because I just love the grunt in it.

The hydro has more of a scream in it and I like my bikes with a grunt
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I had the single-can Arrow exhaust shown above installed on my 2010 Brutale 1090RR. I found it to be too loud for my liking, even with the db killer installed. That was one of the reasons why I eventually sold the bike.

When I purchased my 2013 Brutale RR, I ordered the two pipe MV Corse exhaust, also made by Arrow. Without the db killers, it is still too loud (although better than the single can); but it is OK with the db killers in place. The fueling is also smoother with the db killers installed compared to having them out. Either way, you will have to remap the ECU.

I think part of the difference in sound perception may be due to the location of the exiting exhaust gasses. With the longer two-pipe system, the exhaust exits behind the rider rather than directly below the rider as with the single system. Both systems probably sound equally loud to someone riding behind you.

The single-can system (in my opinion) looks better; but I am happy with my choice of the two-pipe exhaust for my bike. It keeps the look of the bike closer to factory original, and without the CAT, my right ankle and heel no longer feel like they have been barbecued on every ride.
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^how does that dual can exhaust sound at startup? Like, say it was 6am warming up in your garage, idling -- are you waking up yerrr neighbors??!

debating between a full system(if it's neighbor friendly) or a cat delete and a microtec(which would seem to be the better value.. )... dont think i could, or would want to, throw down for a full system and the mictrotec..$$$$$$


Looks really good in that pic btw! Id go for a low-slung single can, but id want it to ressemble the Quat-D exbox style found on ducatis.
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^how does that dual can exhaust sound at startup? Like, say it was 6am warming up in your garage, idling -- are you waking up yerrr neighbors??!

debating between a full system(if it's neighbor friendly) or a cat delete and a microtec(which would seem to be the better value.. )... dont think i could, or would want to, throw down for a full system and the mictrotec..$$$$$$


Looks really good in that pic btw! Id go for a low-slung single can, but id want it to ressemble the Quat-D exbox style found on ducatis.
I'm not a big fan of those Ducati exhausts in those pics. That big square box underneath and in front of the rear tire looks like somebody made it in their garage. I just think there is a better way to go about it on a naked bike. Just my worthless opinion on that...

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Looks really good in that pic btw! Id go for a low-slung single can, but id want it to ressemble the Quat-D exbox style found on ducatis.
Horrible system.
That bottom bike is as ugly as my mother in law sitting with her legs open...wtf.

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Those box systems on the Ducatis are about as ugly as an ugly thing

.....nothing a can of gas and a match couldn't fix

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