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Hello!

First post here on the mvagusta.net forums and the new owner of an 2014 MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster. I was wondering if there are any full exhaust systems for the bike? Currently have an SC Project CRT Slip-on Exhaust that is waiting to be put on. Any info would be nice!

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And you have to set some money aside for a custom mapping. I would advise to investigate what your options are before buying a full system.
 

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Isn't it more about weight and sound? just losing the cat and servo on a zx10 dropped 14 lb, would love to get the same saving on a bike that weighs 150lb less
 

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I've been looking at this and toying with the idea for a while for weight and power but mapping is tricky where I am in Essex (England) with not much knowledge on these and the downpipes are expensive!
 

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It's not the H.P. where you would notice the difference, the engine would have a lot quicker acceleration response. as long as the primary pipe is not to big, the bike will e.t. a fair amount quicker without the c.a.t. in the way...the weight would also make a difference...In a car, 100lbs. is a tenth of a second in the quarter mile...now, add the b.s.t. wheels..etc...you would have a light rocket ship. reducing weight has allways been best way to gain e.t...
 

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I've not seen any aftermarket headers in person but from the pics the primaries look larger than stock which would mean they're built for top end flow in a racing type environment. That said the bends look smoother than stock and there's no cat. Big bucks though.
 
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