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They look kind of large back there
 

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Sounds nice and crisp. Not my taste but it doesn't look too bad actually (I'm a die hard quad pipe lover).

Nice machine by the way!
 

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Awesome! That's the full competition system, not the thunder though. Where did you pick them up if you don't mind me asking? My fav pipes for the F4.
 

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Yeah the chicken strips are huge. I knew that comment was going to show up sooner or later haha :) I just don't have the balls that you guys have riding here in Atlanta. Those tires have about a 100 miles on them.

Yeah the video was done in a rush and in a bad way. I will try to get a better one posted some time. I got the pipes from Pro Italia. I do like the 4 pipes and I had originally wanted the titanium 4 pipe setup but I guess my order got lost in translation and I ended up getting those and just thought oh what the heck and let me install it. If I didn't like it I would swap...but I liked them a lot and just kept them. Do I miss the 4 pipe? Not AS much :) bike sounds epic when on the move!
 

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nice looking Ducati
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Personally i prefer the quad pipes. It's such a destinctive feature of a F4. Loved by many and imitated by others. The pipes and seat are designed for each other! Even the sound. So why dress it up like a big twin like a Duc (i love 2 tailpipes on a Duc) or more common japanese bike? I don't get it.....:green:
Even more on a limited edition bike. Just my opinion.

Nice bike you have there man!

Grtz Marco
 

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Personally i prefer the quad pipes. It's such a destinctive feature of a F4. Loved by many and imitated by others. The pipes and seat are designed for each other! Even the sound. So why dress it up like a big twin like a Duc (i love 2 tailpipes on a Duc) or more common japanese bike? I don't get it.....:green:
Even more on a limited edition bike. Just my opinion.

Nice bike you have there man!

Grtz Marco

yeah my next MV ( an RR ) won't have twin pipes. But yeah the sound on these is infinitely better in my ears than the stock MV 4 pipe sound.
 
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