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I listened every exhaust I could find on YouTube for this bike and this one was easily the best sounding to me. I’m so happy with the purchase. This is like straight ear porn. I ordered the baffle but I ended up not using it.
 

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That looks amazing, even before taking the sound into account. Does it provide any more “heel room” vs oem?
Not really sure. I wear a size 8.5-9 so my foot never touched the stock exhaust. I see that complaint a lot tho. But wasn’t an issue for me. This exhaust shaves a hell of a lot of weight tho. It’s only 3lbs vs the stock 12lbs.
 

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That looks amazing, even before taking the sound into account. Does it provide any more “heel room” vs oem?
No, simple answer. The heal room is limited by the passenger pegs, not the exhaust. It is one of the worst design flaws on this model with very few affordable options to fix.
 

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SC Project was a close purchase for me. I really wish they had the dual cones like they do for the 1200

https://www.scproject-shop.com/ducati_monster_1200_R_crt_twin_e.htm

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If that twin SC exhaust was available for our bikes I would be all over that. I ended up going with the Hot Bodies exhaust cause it had the length and style I like and was dirt cheap. <$300, paired with the BMC filer and rapid bike fuel controller. Now the bike rips and sounds like it should. The look is ok, not the best, not the worst, but it works for me. IMG_9276.JPG IMG_9270.JPG
 

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bowermad, that exhaust looks great, is it much louder than stock?


Yes!

So god dam much yes. I put a rapid bike on it and the K&N filter. I love it, now I would like to get a Dyno tune at EDR some point this summer to dial it all in perfect.
 

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I installed CW silencer and changed oil last week and did some riding over the weekend with a friend whose 821 is 100% stock. Some interesting (maybe not) findings after ~150 miles trough twisties in the Rockies. We both started with full tanks and, at some point, we’ve decided to top it off: my tank had room for 1.2 gallon vs 1.6 in his tank. Also, his 821 was runing 10-15 degrees hotter while riding in high altitudes with 85-90 air temps. I am not mechanicaly inclined but I find these to be in favor of CW. Am I right?
 

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I installed CW silencer and changed oil last week and did some riding over the weekend with a friend whose 821 is 100% stock. Some interesting (maybe not) findings after ~150 miles trough twisties in the Rockies. We both started with full tanks and, at some point, we’ve decided to top it off: my tank had room for 1.2 gallon vs 1.6 in his tank. Also, his 821 was runing 10-15 degrees hotter while riding in high altitudes with 85-90 air temps. I am not mechanicaly inclined but I find these to be in favor of CW. Am I right?
Makes total sense. Slip-ons make this bike run leaner according to what I've read on here, which accounts for you having more fuel. And the reduced back pressure might explain the lower temps.

I LOVE the sound of this exhaust. I just wish they made it extend longer towards the back of the bike. It burns my passengers foot and my peg is turning black.
 

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How would you compare the sound to the Termignoni? It seems the CW slip on is insanely loud with the baffles out from the Youtube videos I've watched.
 

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How would you compare the sound to the Termignoni? It seems the CW slip on is insanely loud with the baffles out from the Youtube videos I've watched.
Based on the videos, the Termi sound does not compare to the CW at all, imo. The CW and SC Project are the best sounding exhausts for this bike.

I know another guy that had Termis on his Monster 1100 and even he switched to the CW and said he would never go back. Also, this exhaust on the Aprilia RSV4 will nearly make you squirt in your pants.

The CW is insanely loud, but the sound is so orgasmic, especially around 6-7K. I get so many compliments on the exhaust from other riders. The craftsmanship is impeccable as well.

I also ride with ear plugs. So the sound doesn't fatigue my ears.

The other plus side is cars always hear me coming, so I tend to not have as many issues with cars cutting in front of me.

My ONLY complaint with the CW is how short it is. When I ride with my daughter on the back, the heat from the exhaust burns her boot. It never burns her actual foot, but the kevlar part of her boot has some heat damage. My right passenger footpeg is also turning black. Not a big deal for those that never ride 2up.
 

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Based on the videos, the Termi sound does not compare to the CW at all, imo. The CW and SC Project are the best sounding exhausts for this bike.



I know another guy that had Termis on his Monster 1100 and even he switched to the CW and said he would never go back. Also, this exhaust on the Aprilia RSV4 will nearly make you squirt in your pants.



The CW is insanely loud, but the sound is so orgasmic, especially around 6-7K. I get so many compliments on the exhaust from other riders. The craftsmanship is impeccable as well.



I also ride with ear plugs. So the sound doesn't fatigue my ears.



The other plus side is cars always hear me coming, so I tend to not have as many issues with cars cutting in front of me.



My ONLY complaint with the CW is how short it is. When I ride with my daughter on the back, the heat from the exhaust burns her boot. It never burns her actual foot, but the kevlar part of her boot has some heat damage. My right passenger footpeg is also turning black. Not a big deal for those that never ride 2up.


If I upgrade to the 1200, I’m getting that Dual can SC exhaust. So mean and sick.


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