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Old July 10th, 2019, 12:53 PM   #1
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Add full exhaust after slip-ons installed ?

I have Termi slip ons with the upmap, can the rest of the exhaust be added/purchased ? Or it just comes as a package ?
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Old July 10th, 2019, 01:46 PM   #2
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well just found out this little tidbit of info:
slip-on upmap is not the same as the full exhaust upmap, so my only "CLEAN" option would be to sell the slipons/upmap and purchase the complete system....dang it ! Just for a little bit of horsepowa.....
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Old July 10th, 2019, 02:40 PM   #3
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Add full exhaust after slip-ons installed ?

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well just found out this little tidbit of info:
slip-on upmap is not the same as the full exhaust upmap, so my only "CLEAN" option would be to sell the slipons/upmap and purchase the complete system....dang it ! Just for a little bit of horsepowa.....


Can’t the upmap just be “upgraded,” from slip-on only to full system upmap?

That’s weird (IMO). Lame too (F!).

Didn’t you and I figure that out though or was it someone else? Slip-on only vs. full system have a different upmap/startup screen.
Slip-on/upmap = “RACING.”
Full system/upmap = “RACING EVO.”

Website claims 7% increase, with the full system, which is what... 10-ish HP?
No mention of any increase with the slip-on.

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Old July 11th, 2019, 11:21 PM   #4
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Yes, it says 'Racing EVO' with full system.
I can't remember what the 'before' felt like, but i like the 'after' sensation a lot. Smooth power!
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Would have to agree... The big advantage of the upmap wasn't additional horsepower (the 1200 has plenty to be honest), but the improvement in smoothness and rideability.
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Old August 2nd, 2019, 08:33 PM   #6
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I've just seen this Paul Smart (2006?) edition today, and it sounded so good, it was unreal. Much deeper notes than the Monster's, and more similar to a 916's i once listened to.

The mechanic said this exhaust note came from the 2-valve engine, which Ducati does not make any more; but look like the 916 got 4-valve also; so there probably other differences besides the number of valves. Maybe the older/classic Ducati sounded better than the modern higher performance engine designs?
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Old October 9th, 2019, 07:21 PM   #7
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I have a SC-Project slip-on with a Rexxer flash.
Here's the screen and the dyno chart for my 2016 M1200R.
By my estimate, this has produced approximately 6% over stock.
Probably could have picked-up a few more ponies with a fresh air filter.
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