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Hello all. It's been a few years sense I've been on this forum. Anyway, I've just purchased a new Monster 1200 and after de-stickering and reflector removal I'm getting to my first mods.

Wanting to get exhaust first but don't really like the termi's. It's not just the $2000 price but also I'm liking the look of the single can. So all I've found at this point is the SC Project and the Shift-Tech. I'm liking the look (and price) of both pipes. Anyone have an opinion or reason to pic one over the other?
 

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I would say sc project. The primacy ducati team runs em on the motogp bike and to me if it's good enough the motogp guys then I'll look into it. As for the other company, I personally haven't heard of them. Not to say they're not a good company just no experience to me. And as for the sc project, I rode a street fighter with the single can on it and it sounds amazing, better than termi to me, and looks great. Just my .02


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I would say sc project. The primacy ducati team runs em on the motogp bike and to me if it's good enough the motogp guys then I'll look into it. As for the other company, I personally haven't heard of them. Not to say they're not a good company just no experience to me. And as for the sc project, I rode a street fighter with the single can on it and it sounds amazing, better than termi to me, and looks great. Just my .02


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Good to here that the SC Project sounds good.

Shift-Tech makes high quality carbon fiber bits. But they also have made slip on exhaust for several Ducati models. How loud was the SC?
 

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About as loud as termi. Maybe a bit more. I would say go to the website and watch the videos they have to get a good idea of the sound level


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Post pics afterward and if there was difference other than sound. Do you have to redo the ECU like u do with the termis?

Not required. Your ecu "adapts" to the higher output of the new cans and adjusts the parameters. The termis come with it bc they are designed from the start for the bike


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It depends on how much difference it makes. Modern ECUs can do this to a point. Basically as long as you don't get the check engine light, you're probably fine.

Assuming that this ECU works similar to a car ECU, even though it has narrowband O2 sensors, it should be able to use the output of those on cruise to make changes to the trim maps. It might take it a bit of riding around at cruise in closed loop to make these changes though.

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SC-Project Oval Exhasut

My new SC-Project pipe. Went on easy, the clamp on the canister could have been a little longer, had to pull up pretty hard to get the bolt in.

Sounds good....probably will run it with DB Killer removed...
 

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Ive got mine end May and i m happy abut it.

although, gotta mention a small inconvenience. the turn signal light is on the way

it did back-fire and melted a bit the back of turn signal.
nothing u can do, no aftermarket tail light with integrated turn signal yet.

and it will get smoked the clear lens.

just replace it when its trashed

short video of my exhaust.


 

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After looking and mulling it over for awhile I went with the Shift-Tech. I like how it looks and could get it quicker than the SC Project. Should get it within two weeks they said. Can't wait!
 

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Exhaust looks fantastic. I have the SC-Project exhaust but no bike yet, comes in next month in white. Thank you for posting pictures as I was wondering about all the nuts and bolts that came with the exhaust. I did the Quad D Exbox on my old S4R and it came with no instructions. It was a real bear to install, this appears to be a lot easier.
 

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