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Ok so theres stock then theres arrow titaniums and then there is termignoni carbon fibers? Other than weight differnces and sound differences, there is not much is there? I like the arrow's sound better.
 

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suryad said:
Ok so theres stock then theres arrow titaniums and then there is termignoni carbon fibers? Other than weight differnces and sound differences, there is not much is there? I like the arrow's sound better.

yea i have to agree, i actually like the arrow sound better than the termis. i wonder what the akro's are gonna sound like????

what are the weight differences, anyway, does anyone know?
 

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Have always had the termis on my previous 4 dukes, but have a pair of arrow carbons on the way for my 1098. They sound pretty good although the termis have a more mellow rumble.
 

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I remember seeing a 998 in Cali...pulling up to a stoplight...sounding like Hades's pet dog Cerberus growling...it was the most awe inspiring sound I have heard coming from a bike with the exception of an MV Agusta at full wail...could be he had the Termignonis...the Youtube sound quality is not too great IMO...but that sound left a lasting impression on me...
 

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I had arrow pipes on my 998 and it sounded great. It's louder and deeper. However, after hearing my wife, kids, and neighbors complaining that I wake them up every morning. I leave at 5:30am. I think I will go with Termis which is smoother and softer for a change. Something different.

I do not think Arrow comes with the ECU and other stuff?
 

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Trust me, on the 1098 the Termis will still wake the neighbors ;)
There's no sneakin around with these pipes :naughty:
 
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