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Thanks Lord Farquaad!
So far, I have used:
WoodCraft clip-ons 57mm 7/8 XL bars
New Rage 360 turn signals 58mm
Slip-on exhaust Werkes
Mugello vintage LED tail light and tail tidy kit (don't buy, very bad design and assembly)
Dime City 3" Rotational Folding Bar-end Mirror Set
Biltwell Thruster grips
3D printed gauge relocation

Next thing I'd like to do:
install sport tires
remove oem passenger footpegs and to install adjustable reasets.
new chain
custom "tube" subframe with new seat
 

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Looks really good. The stance, colours and subtle mods have transformed it. Why don’t Ducati do an 1100 Cafe Racer? Seems like a missed opportunity to me?
 

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very nice.. really like the clean look of back without pipes.. how loud is that werkes exhaust? what did you have to do to rid of valve at midpipe... any issues with decrease torque..? remap? thanks..
 

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Looks beautiful. Can you describe the difference in sound and loudness of the CW exhaust compared to stock? I've been thinking of doing the same kind of change. Aesthetically, one of my gripes with my 1100 Special are the stock pipes.
 

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Sorry for my late reply. Im my opinion, the stock pipes are more muffled, the CW sounds more "grainy".
The installation was easy, no remap, just connect the servo Eliminator. I didn't notice any decrease in torque but I have some deceleration popping. I would say the CW is 20~30% louder than the stock exhausts.

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Is that gauge relocation for sale or did you 3D print it yourself? I’ll totally buy one if you can make another
 

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Sorry for my late reply. Im my opinion, the stock pipes are more muffled, the CW sounds more "grainy".
The installation was easy, no remap, just connect the servo Eliminator. I didn't notice any decrease in torque but I have some deceleration popping. I would say the CW is 20~30% louder than the stock exhausts.

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Hi im new in the forum and when I looked with your modification I was really interested with your CW exhaust, did you do any remap/ reflash of your ECU, if not did you encounter any negative effect on the bike performance? backfire? TIA!
 

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Hi im new in the forum and when I looked with your modification I was really interested with your CW exhaust, did you do any remap/ reflash of your ECU, if not did you encounter any negative effect on the bike performance? backfire? TIA!
Hi Ryu,
Sorry for my late reply,
No I didn't have to remap the ecu. No negative effects on the bike at all :)
the CW exhaust is a really nice upgrade! I have some popping when I close the throttle.
I reached out to Werkes about it, and they told me there is nothing to do about it
 

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Hi Ryu,
Sorry for my late reply,
No I didn't have to remap the ecu. No negative effects on the bike at all :)
the CW exhaust is a really nice upgrade! I have some popping when I close the throttle.
I reached out to Werkes about it, and they told me there is nothing to do about it

Hi Ryu,
Sorry for my late reply,
No I didn't have to remap the ecu. No negative effects on the bike at all :)
the CW exhaust is a really nice upgrade! I have some popping when I close the throttle.
I reached out to Werkes about it, and they told me there is nothing to do about it
hi noelok, thanks for your reply, i really like the sounds of your CW, when you bought it does the package come with servo eliminator? Thanks!
 

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hi noelok, thanks for your reply, i really like the sounds of your CW, when you bought it does the package come with servo eliminator? Thanks!
Yes, the servo eliminator is included!
 
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