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post #1 of 43 Old 04-21-2014, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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Impressions after Termignoni Slip On Install

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I wanted to post some thoughts on the Termi install after a few days of riding with it:

Sound - Maybe it's just me, but I believe the sound difference with the baffles out is minimal, if at all. There is a little deeper tone, but I don't believe it is ANY louder than stock.

Performance - While the sound didn't change much, the performance has changed significantly. We all know there was a "rush" of power at 7k in stock form..after the map upload, that "rush" seems to be present through the rev range...as low as 4k. The flat spot is gone, and the acceleration/power delivery is awesome. It's a shame that the bike did not run like this in stock form, because this is how it should be from day 1.

My advice: If you are looking for a louder bike, Termis are not the answer. But if you are looking for way better fueling and the associated performance while remaining under warranty protection, take the plunge.
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Cool. Thanks for your thoughts on this.

Were you disappointed that the exhaust note didn't change more? Some people may be happy to be able to get the performance changes without affecting the exhaust note. That really just seems like a matter of taste.

Overall it seems like you are happy with it then?
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Cool. Thanks for your thoughts on this.

Were you disappointed that the exhaust note didn't change more? Some people may be happy to be able to get the performance changes without affecting the exhaust note. That really just seems like a matter of taste.

Overall it seems like you are happy with it then?
Yes, overall, the bike has improved considerably and I'm very happy with it. I would have preferred a few more dbs coming from the pipes, but I'm not that disappointed.
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Every once in a while on the track I get a pop when upshifting. Doesn't seem to happen consistently.

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Interesting I was expected it to be noticeably louder with negligible performance increase. But the opposite has happened.

The stock sound is almost loud enough for me and my neighbours so its all good.
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I love my termis, I personally think the noise is a lot different to stock, meatier. I get a pop every time I use the quick shifter. The first time my mate, also a sport bike rider, heard me coming down the road, he described the noise as thunder. I Definitely agree with the performance statements as well
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thanks for sharing

looks like it was a worthwhile upgrade just for the performance gains
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Thanks for the feedback. Are these for the slip ons or full exhaust?
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I was referring to just the slip ons
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Once I had the termis fitted to mine I noticed a huge difference in the noise volume, it is also alot deeper. As for performance difference I can't really say because I was still running the bike in when they were fitted but it did rev alot more freely compared to the stock exhausts.
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