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Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP

Hypermotard exhaust system

It’s about time I looking into doing the on the Hyper. But the question is, which to do? Being the fanatic I am, it’s to take some research to a decision.

S o I’m going to just and jump into some on the solutions for the Hypermotard 1100 EVO SP system upgrades.

For the sake of post I have already the search down somewhat by a few Hypers before I got on my own, and I that the Termignoni is the system I

But even Termi have a few different systems just for the my dilemma is which one to go with?

I think the two-into-one system the pipes coming out to a single are out. As a daily rider would just be too loud. yes, but loud as hell and an EPA

Have you ever seen a with a two-into-one installed it up and pop the front wheel through gears? Sounds like a devil screaming through a = manic. They really change the of the bike too, taking design to a whole different and incoporating a new piece of carbon on the side to replace the missing

Great for the track, and truth be designed for track use where like EPA notices aren’t a Even with the baffles in system makes an Hyper like Cujo gargling blades.

They look awesome I decided, cost a packet but you a radical boost in performance and true ducati rumble turns heads and starts car in carparks (read: make Dan Big weight savings of 7kg and a chunk out of wallet at $3300.

Confusingly are different types showing on the Australian website that I figure out the differences of. One is $2880 and the $3300. Miffed to the max? I am.

have to go speak to my new best Neil at Ducati City in spares and look into I’m thinking the images are wrong and one is the kit and one is the Carbon kit. My preference be for the shiny bits

Then you have the straight homologated one-into-two pipes I’ve been thinking do nicely. They are EPA passable what I understand, but still a deeper rumble over the flap.

But it is an expensive option for a slip on. At a touch over AUD you do get the note and some boost in but you are stuck with the catalytic so not a great deal of more through torque, or the benefits of reduction.

You keep the original of the aesthetic with the twin sticking out under the brake fin I do like quite a bit, there isn’t a weight like with the removal of the cat and the side upgrade. So it sounds a bit of a lame upgrade right?

Then I heard about the pipe kit that goes those little one-into-two and that has got me thinking.

The link kit gets ride of the cat converter and you a straight through air flow a significant lift in performance and a more ferocious sound the pipes on their own.

The is two fold. A signicant second and another dam ECU. When you get (or I say if) the homologated silencer kit exhaust kit on own, it comes with a ECU as you would expect to change the mapping to cater for that air.

Those things are half the of the kit on their own.

So then if you the next step in street and go with the 2-in-2  manifiold kit to the cat, you are looking at a RRP of aroun on top because not only do you get a slick new steel pipe about dedicated ECU to cope with the air flow. So that kit and probably the sensible upgrade for a street is going to set you back $3500.00.

is a lot of cash but I guess on par with going straight to the racing Herein lies my biggest I’m fairly certain I’d like the system but not the hassles of the EPA notices, and I’m fairly certain I’d did the homologated kit with the manifold upgrade but wanna fork out 3.5k for it.

Anyone got any sage words for me?


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