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07-10-2017 08:25 PM
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07-10-2017 05:49 PM
Andrew Burley
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Hi Guys can anyone point me in the direction to core Exhaust in Sydney Australia?
Might be able to help you out shortly JimJam, I'm from Sydney and am heading down the coring rabbit hole.

Just did my first 2 sets, waiting for the outers to come back from the powdercoaters in heat proof black.

*forum wont let me post pictures yet
11-06-2016 04:33 AM
JimJam Hi Guys can anyone point me in the direction to core Exhaust in Sydney Australia?
09-13-2016 02:55 AM
onboardmega
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Originally Posted by MarkDucati View Post
Man, I must be losing my hearing at 50? I had cored exhausts and the sound was great and very manageable... now I'm running custom open pipes with no baffles/mufflers at all, the sound is insanely loud... I wear ear plugs for long rides, but short rides... I dunno, something maybe I'm getting used to or suffering more hearing loss... I never have any ringing ears or headaches, lol.

Onboardmega, what pegs are you using? I'm looking for new pegs now and really like yours!
Yep, as mentioned these Rizoma pegs look/feel way better! Pretty much best ROI upgrade you can get. I think I got mine here https://www.motovationusa.com/rizoma...html#SKU-PE630
08-17-2016 11:31 AM
Fireman1291
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Originally Posted by MarkDucati View Post
Man, I must be losing my hearing at 50? I had cored exhausts and the sound was great and very manageable... now I'm running custom open pipes with no baffles/mufflers at all, the sound is insanely loud... I wear ear plugs for long rides, but short rides... I dunno, something maybe I'm getting used to or suffering more hearing loss... I never have any ringing ears or headaches, lol.

Onboardmega, what pegs are you using? I'm looking for new pegs now and really like yours!
The pegs are from Rizoma. I have the same ones in gold. MUCH better than stock! PICS in my signature link.
08-17-2016 10:49 AM
MarkDucati Man, I must be losing my hearing at 50? I had cored exhausts and the sound was great and very manageable... now I'm running custom open pipes with no baffles/mufflers at all, the sound is insanely loud... I wear ear plugs for long rides, but short rides... I dunno, something maybe I'm getting used to or suffering more hearing loss... I never have any ringing ears or headaches, lol.

Onboardmega, what pegs are you using? I'm looking for new pegs now and really like yours!
08-17-2016 08:54 AM
law
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Originally Posted by onboardmega View Post
Sick vid! Now that you have lived with this for a few months... still happy w/the insane loud option or would you mind the one step down "very loud" exhaust? I see your in LA.. me too canyons/trackdays probably cool but how about suburbs/around town, PCH/Malibu, etc. any problem w/cops so far?
Sorry for the late reply.

Drove it from Ducati Westlake down the 405. I was excited to pick the bike up and forgot to bring headphones/earplugs. My first mistake resulted in ringing ears for a day, highway wind noise a big contributing factory. With headphones in (music playing lightly or not playing) it's perfect. I went for the full beans exhaust as I was curious. Very glad I didn't go for anything less.

So far I've taken the bike to SD and ride it almost every day as it gets me around town quickly. Rarely take the cars our unless the situation demands it. Averaging 1,000 miles a month which is 90% city driving.

Have driven up to and overtaken the boys in blue, no problems thus far (clutch in and clip it up a few gears out of respect and just to be sure). Not the best time to make the flames pop either
07-30-2016 08:38 PM
onboardmega Install complete, insane/motogp loud option, and all I can say WOW! Startup = something I can only describe as deep machine gun fire Not major louder than stock, just way more angry. At low rpm’s around town I’m happy to say it’s loud but manageable. I actually rode right past a motorcycle cop w/NO problems. But in the higher RPMs.. holy ****, this exhaust sounds ferocious AF!! And the pops and crackle sound like gun shots! LOL.. scared the **** outta me first time haha.. Also feeling BIG performance gains. This + Sprint P08 filter and she pulls like a demon now! Bottom line: best $450 I have put in to the bike.. hands down! Thanks Phil!

Have not seen any pics of exhaust actually installed in this thread so here's a few shots for example. Looks badass in person!





07-25-2016 11:14 AM
MarkDucati spdu, I had one step down from insane loud and as an after thought wished I'd have gone with insane loud... I now have straight pipes on my 899 which are beyond insane... for long trips, I do wear ear plugs, but putzing around town, no plugs... it was a little too loud I thought at first but I am now used to it, or maybe I'm losing my hearing lol.

Go with insane loud, you won't regret it...
07-12-2016 07:38 PM
spdu4ia Ever think its "too loud"? I was originally going to go with one step down from insane loud but now I don't know
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