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Has anyone fitted or know of any aftermarket or updated exhausts for the Sixty2. The only one I know of is the Termignoni, is the Sixty2 version physically different or is it the remap that makes it bike specific? Will an eBay pipe aimed at the 800 physically fit a Sixty2?
 

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Thanks for this, both look quite good and decent alternatives to the Termignoni. I can see now looking at both bikes that the Sixty2 is completely different as it has two pipe entries where as the 800 has only one.
 

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I wish there were more, but as of right now that's all I can find. I don't think the 800's will fit the 400 engine either. Ebay sellers show GPR fits and I've seen some places mention Competition Werkes will fit, but when checking manufacturers websites, there is no mention that they fit the Sixty2. Hopefully Akra or Arrow will join the fray.
 

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I just bought the Remus Hypercone Slip-on. ~$800 plus ~$300 for the ECU remap through Rexxer. Comparable price to the Termi but I like the look and sound of the Remus better.
 

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Hi.
Don't wanna hijack the thread, but it's on the same subject:
I'm considering the Zard exhaust for my Sixty2.
Anyone has it and can give me the pro&cons?

Thanks in advance!
 

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I use Zard, db killer removed
sounds great

but don't really integrate with ECU (termig will set you to Race).. I use booster plug for smoother runs
 

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I use Zard, db killer removed
sounds great

but don't really integrate with ECU (termig will set you to Race).. I use booster plug for smoother runs
Hi Raddman,
Can you please share a link to the booster plug you've used on your bike?

Thanks
 

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SC Project make fantastic products. They sponsor a lot of race teams and there are MotoGP bikes out there with their systems on them.
 

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So I bought the Termignoni exhaust and the upmap key was defective. Ducati Thailand is trying to get it replaced, but it appears to be a struggle despite being under warranty. I’ll post after it’s resolved


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So I bought the Termignoni exhaust and the upmap key was defective. Ducati Thailand is trying to get it replaced, but it appears to be a struggle despite being under warranty. I’ll post after it’s resolved


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I am planning to buy the same from Ducati Thailand. Did you do the installation by yourself?
 

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I am planning to buy the same from Ducati Thailand. Did you do the installation by yourself?
I had it installed by Ducati Vibhavadi. It was super cheap, something like $20-30 usd (600-1000 thb). They did it while I waited and the install of the actual exhaust went fine. The map key was defective though and that has been a mess to get replaced. So I am still running with the stock ECU map. After they confirmed it was defective out of the box, it has still taken more than 2 months and I haven’t had it replaced yet. They say they are still talking to Ducati Italy to figure it out.






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