Comparison: 2017 MV Agusta Dragster RC OEM Exhaust & SC Project S1 Ti Slip On - MVAgusta.net
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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-24-2018, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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Comparison: 2017 MV Agusta Dragster RC OEM Exhaust & SC Project S1 Ti Slip On

Hey MV’ers,

‘Couldn’t find a comparison between an OEM / stock Dragster 800 exhaust and a SC Project S1 Titanium slip on, I thought some of you might be interested in the following...

While I love the look of the triple-exit exhaust, the SC Project S1 exhaust was chosen because I think it is the stock exhaust on the new 2018 Dragster Reparto Corse… plus, I’m a sucker for conical titanium welds.
>Fit and finish, to me, is superb / couldn’t be better… and I can’t wait for said welds to turn blue.
>Weight (the lack of it) is impressive (see images)… ~7 pounds lighter than stock.
>Installation could not have been easier; 3 bolts and the OEM breadbox is off, 2 bolts (with a couple drops of 242 Blue) and the SC Project S1 is on.
>Sound, as expected, is raucous.
>Fueling, based on seat-of-pants impression, 'seems good so far.

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>Image 1: OEM 2017 MV Agusta 800 Dragster Reparto Corse exhaust clocking in at 9 pounds 14.4 ounces / ~4.12 kilograms
>Image 2: SC Project S1 slip-on exhaust tips at a paltry 2 pounds 14.7 ounces / ~1.32 kilograms
>Image 3: OEM 2017 MV Agusta 800 Dragster Reparto Corse exhaust installed
>Image 4: SC Project S1 slip-on exhaust installed; note that unlike some systems / slip-ons, there is plenty of clearance to the rear tire.

(Please note that videos were taken to demonstrate the difference in sound [between the OEM 2017 MV Agusta 800 Dragster Reparto Corse exhaust start-up and the SC Project S1 slip-on exhaust], but MP4’s are not an acceptable format for this forum.)

If additional images would be helpful, just let me know. In the meantime, and as always, ride smart & safe!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-01-2018, 10:57 AM
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That's a good weight savings..The weight difference of the Lithium battery was very noticeable in mine I didn't weigh them but I could feel it when riding being it is up high on the bike. I notice you don't run the passenger pegs and I am wondering if they fit with the sc project exhaust, I keep them on my bike for tying down luggage and I am able to put my feet on them for long rides. They also help protect the bike during crashes, been there done that..lol!

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Updated: SC Project 'Stock' S1 Image on '17 Dragster RC w/ Rear Pegs

Thanks, Masterspin... you raise a good point about the passenger pegs, so instead of slapping mine back on to see if they fit ('tis brutale hot out [pun intended]), I found is a 'stock' image (now attached) from SC Project of the S1 on a 2017 Dragster RC with the rear / pillion passenger pegs in place. If you're considering this exhaust, 'hope this helps... and 'will note that it's hard to believe how perfect the welds are... delish.
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-04-2018, 09:10 PM
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Is there a need for any ecu remapping or fuel management for this exhaust?
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Where did you get that rear stand from? It's beautiful!!

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Hi YJP,
As noted, based on seat-of-pants impression (and idling since installation), all is good so far.
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Hi Kageira,

The rear stand shown is a copy (cast metal) of the Two Brothers S2 Pro rear race stand (milled from billet, ~$250 US, https://www.cycleworld.com/2013/10/1...pro-rear-stand). Unfortunately, I think Two Brothers stopped production of this stand... I could not find one to match my existing Two Brothers stand, hence the purchase of cast copies.

The cast copy (available in black, blue, gold, and red) is on eBay, ~$120 delivered in the U.S. (https://www.ebay.com/itm/Universal-R...QAAOSwSq9ZmH-k).

Please note that model-specific spools are required (in either white or black, ~$60 from JayBeeBikerBits in the U.K., https://www.ebay.com/usr/jaybeebiker...72.m2749.l2754), and that the rear stand's right side 'cradle' needed to be off-set inboard. Stability is nowhere near as good as a Pit Bull stand, but not bad considering the price.

Lastly, what was good for the back, was good for the front... attached is an image of both stands in use.

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