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For some reason having problems getting the pics on the site. If the pics don't come through, it say RBrutale in large letters on the top can and a small MV Corse on the bottom. They baffles don't look any more open than stock like the Ti ones. I did remember reading some of you did not get end cans with your headers/mid pipes. The weight loss is substanstial but I don't have a scale to weight them back to back. Many lbs including the cans. It runs no where as smooth as stock even with the eprom. Needs airfuel's magic to do that. My 910 with just a half pipe ran smoother with just an eprom than this full system. I threw in a BMC filter in there while I had it apart and man does it sound sweet. If your neighbors where cursing you before, they will be sticking pins in leather clad voodoo dolls of you now. Any one that wants to swap their fuel tight gas tank for my leaky one can get have my cans ......
 

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As soon as I find my video camera, will do Greg.
 

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I didnt get cans,they look good love to hear them against my stock cans with new headers and midpipe ect.I find mine not running as smooth as before very hard to ride in traffic now just wants to go,like a pit bull dog on a lead.Iam getting used to the bubling and popping on throttle shut down sounds quite good,people tell me its fine and others say its fuel air mix is wrong.
 

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It really is about getting the Power Commander and a knowlegable dyno tech to run it on. I have ridden a 750 with a full Ti system tuned that way and it is oh so sweet. Yes heno, mine too sucks putting along but nice at full song.
 

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Here is some more info.
Stock silencers weigh 10-1/4 pounds.
Aftermarket steel pipes weigh 8 pounds. (same as entire Ti system)

Exhaust outlet Stock and aftermarket 1-1/4 inches (31mm)
Ti system outlet 1-1/2 inches (39mm)

Lafranconi makes the silencers, Arrow makes the headers and midpipe.

I know Mv corse (Japan) makes the ti system, do they also make MV's steel system??
 

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wow wish they put the etching on the stock cans that would be great.nice pics BruteAli and aiefuel we need a sound clip and a pic of the full bike with the new pipe.
 

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Airfuel with the facts, I love it. Will be calling you for an appt on your dyno next week.
It finally dried out enough here so I could ride WFO through the gears. I threw in a BMC filter while I had it apart for the chip install. The chip is pretty spot on for the stock settings with no flat spots or holes in the powerband. Of course, it has lost some of its fruity bottom end torque for top end rush but hopefully that can be sorted out by airfuel and a PC. I swore up and down that I would not change the standard pipes as I did not want to lose the bottom end as I have with a dozen bikes including my old 910 but being the junkie that I am I couldn't resist the shiny new parts. Not to mention getting rid of the god ugly CAT.No popping on trailing throttle though as on Henno's.
Here are some pics of the pipe from the side and back.
 

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Thanks guys. It really is a blast to ride, beautiful to stare at and the sickest ride I have ever owned in twenty plus years. I always wear full leathers riding but I had retired my back protector since my racing days. The thing is so wild that I am back wearing it every time out. It makes my scary full on Vertemati Supermoto seem like a moped.
 

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Very nice!
BTW, are those Sato rear sets? How would you rate them? I need to replace the stock pegs but have not settled on which to go with. Yours look clean/simple which is what I am after...
 

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Yeah Steve, Satos with emoto carbon heel guards for stock pegs. I have a seriously torn up right foot from a motocross accident so it does not turn in enough to fit on the stock pegs. I hated the stock ones anyways and found them too slippery, enough to take a grinder to them to make the surface more coarse which helped some. The Satos are great, the shifter linkage is a bit sloppy so I run stock. A friend crashed my old 910 that had Satos on as well and you can't believe how much that non folding peg helped in preventing more damage to the bike.
 

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The whole system was supplied by MV for the 910R included in the cost of purchase. It was supposed to come with the bike but arrived many months later.
 
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