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Got these in from BellissiMoto - Exotic Parts for the Beautiful Italian in your life.

Took two weeks to have them sent from Italy to NV then forwarded to me in AZ

Very happy with the service from them.

The Ducabike parts look great. Installation was very straight forward and ran into no problems. Fitting time was 2 beers.

You will need a long 8mm hex key socket to remove the right side controls bracket and a 24mm socket.
Other than that a set of metric hex keys and end wrenches will do it. Also don't forget your loctite.

The controls are placed in the same location as stock.

Weight savings was substantial.
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Those things are sexy as hell, and they're in my future. Thanks for the great photos!
 

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What about the mounting points for the exhaust ?
Are they located exactly in the same place ? With the same number of threaded points ?

I'm interested in these parts, but I'd like to know if they fit with a Termignoni Evoline exhaust, with 2 mounting points on the right footpeg support.

Did you order it directly in Bellisimi Moto site or in Ducabike site ? I can't find them on both sites...
 

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The kit retains all stock mounting points
Thanks, but "stock mounting points" for which exhaust ?
Because the standard one and the Termignoni Evoline have not exactly the same mounting points on the right side : 1 point for the standard, but 2 points for the Evoline.

I've asked Ducabike the same question, I'll let you know when I'll get an answer.
 

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Got these in from BellissiMoto - Exotic Parts for the Beautiful Italian in your life.

Took two weeks to have them sent from Italy to NV then forwarded to me in AZ

Very happy with the service from them.

The Ducabike parts look great. Installation was very straight forward and ran into no problems. Fitting time was 2 beers.

You will need a long 8mm hex key socket to remove the right side controls bracket and a 24mm socket.
Other than that a set of metric hex keys and end wrenches will do it. Also don't forget your loctite.

The controls are placed in the same location as stock.

Weight savings was substantial.
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Cool!

Where did you get those extras on your side panel? Looks rad!
 

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Thanks, but "stock mounting points" for which exhaust ?
Because the standard one and the Termignoni Evoline have not exactly the same mounting points on the right side : 1 point for the standard, but 2 points for the Evoline.

I've asked Ducabike the same question, I'll let you know when I'll get an answer.
This looks like a really clean passenger foot peg elimination kit !! I have a flat track pro and I have the same question about the Termi Evoline slip on exhaust system which is standard on the FTP and full throttle). I have emailed back and forth with BellissiMoto and they said there should be no problem using the kit identified above with this exhaust. The didn't offer up any other details. Were you able to get any further info on this?
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Kent
 

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From what I learned removing my FT Evoline Termi, it won't fit onto these rearsets, the same way as stock.

There are 3 mounting points for the termi. Two on the right footpeg bracket and one bolt on the left, that supports the weigh of the cat.

With these pegs, you're only going to be able to attach 2/3. The rearmost bolt on the right (a bugger to remove) that screws directly into the standard footpeg mount would have to be left out.
I can't see that being a major problem though to be honest.
 

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With these pegs, you're only going to be able to attach 2/3. The rearmost bolt on the right (a bugger to remove) that screws directly into the standard footpeg mount would have to be left out.
I can't see that being a major problem though to be honest.
I haven't got an answer from them, but I came to the same conclusion than you.
I wouldn't say leaving 1 mounting point off has no consequences. If so, why would Termi and Ducati have put 2 mounting points on the right passenger peg ?
 

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I haven't got an answer from them, but I came to the same conclusion than you.
I wouldn't say leaving 1 mounting point off has no consequences. If so, why would Termi and Ducati have put 2 mounting points on the right passenger peg ?
Most likely being over cautious as the stock setup is a bit heavy. You're perfectly within your rights to worry about it though.

Excuse to get yourself a nice new exhaust...?
 

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Excuse to get yourself a nice new exhaust...?
Did you see this pics of a broken passenger footpeg support on a bike with a slip-on exhaust ?
Pretty sure it broke due to the effort generated only on the support by the exhaust with a single mounting point, when the original mount has 2 ou 3 mounting points.

"Made in my garage" solutions are generally less solid than the OEM ones...
 

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Most likely being over cautious as the stock setup is a bit heavy. You're perfectly within your rights to worry about it though.

Excuse to get yourself a nice new exhaust...?
Thanks for your responses. Yesterday I went out and looked closely at the right side standard Termi mounting vs a pic of the Ducabike part, and came up with an extra hole on the stock mounting bracket. Bellissimoto says it will work but, naturally, they want to sell the parts. I wanted to do this but probably won't, being a cautious person. Maybe Ducabike will come out with a part that works properly with the FT/FTP Termi exhaust.
 

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Did you see this pics of a broken passenger footpeg support on a bike with a slip-on exhaust ?
Pretty sure it broke due to the effort generated only on the support by the exhaust with a single mounting point, when the original mount has 2 ou 3 mounting points.

"Made in my garage" solutions are generally less solid than the OEM ones...
No, I've never seen or heard of a footpeg bracket breaking. I seriously doubt any aftermarket exhaust with the normal single mounting point would cause that...
1. After market exhausts are all MUCH lighter than stock
2. Almost every bike out there, uses a single mounting point for a side exit exhaust
3. The factory option Race Termi uses a single mounting on the footpeg bracket, like the rest of the aftermarket exhausts.

If the OEM always gets it right... why have I been helping my Dad fix all of the problems on his stock 2013 Multistrada S, like wobbling rear lights, loose pannier mount points and stupidlyr positioned centre stand..?

Some manufacturers, especially Ducati, tend to make design oversights that require a few 'Made in my garage' solutions.
 

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No, I've never seen or heard of a footpeg bracket breaking. I seriously doubt any aftermarket exhaust with the normal single mounting point would cause that...
1. After market exhausts are all MUCH lighter than stock
2. Almost every bike out there, uses a single mounting point for a side exit exhaust
3. The factory option Race Termi uses a single mounting on the footpeg bracket, like the rest of the aftermarket exhausts.

If the OEM always gets it right... why have I been helping my Dad fix all of the problems on his stock 2013 Multistrada S, like wobbling rear lights, loose pannier mount points and stupidlyr positioned centre stand..?

Some manufacturers, especially Ducati, tend to make design oversights that require a few 'Made in my garage' solutions.
I think I'll go for it. I think some of the additional support from the the additional mounting point may be to help support for the extra passenger weight - my non-technical opinion (?). I asked my contact at AMS Ducati Dallas for input and he is checking with Ducati on their input re. these kits with the Termi exhaust. I'll pass it on
Anyone know the weight savings?
 

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No, I've never seen or heard of a footpeg bracket breaking. I seriously doubt any aftermarket exhaust with the normal single mounting point would cause that...
1. After market exhausts are all MUCH lighter than stock
2. Almost every bike out there, uses a single mounting point for a side exit exhaust
3. The factory option Race Termi uses a single mounting on the footpeg bracket, like the rest of the aftermarket exhausts.

If the OEM always gets it right... why have I been helping my Dad fix all of the problems on his stock 2013 Multistrada S, like wobbling rear lights, loose pannier mount points and stupidlyr positioned centre stand..?

Some manufacturers, especially Ducati, tend to make design oversights that require a few 'Made in my garage' solutions.
For info Race slip on Termi has two mounts, one dog bone fixing to footrest hanger on the exhaust side and one dog bone fixing to lower tab on the other footrest for the resonator section of the exhaust. Similar to the standard exhaust.
 

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For info Race slip on Termi has two mounts, one dog bone fixing to footrest hanger on the exhaust side and one dog bone fixing to lower tab on the other footrest for the resonator section of the exhaust. Similar to the standard exhaust.
Sorry, yes. I should have been clearer. I assumed the resonator would mount to the same point as the normal catalytic converter on the left. On the right hand side, it just fastens to the single point on the footpeg bracket. Unlike the Evo line Termi, which is the only exhaust variation I've seen have two mounting points to the one bracket.

I rode around without the rear-most bolt holding the Evo line Termi in for a while, before I took it off. I didn't notice any issues. Was only for approx 200 miles though.
 

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Got these in from BellissiMoto - Exotic Parts for the Beautiful Italian in your life.

Took two weeks to have them sent from Italy to NV then forwarded to me in AZ

Very happy with the service from them.

The Ducabike parts look great. Installation was very straight forward and ran into no problems. Fitting time was 2 beers.

You will need a long 8mm hex key socket to remove the right side controls bracket and a 24mm socket.
Other than that a set of metric hex keys and end wrenches will do it. Also don't forget your loctite.

The controls are placed in the same location as stock.

Weight savings was substantial.
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Got these in from BellissiMoto - Exotic Parts for the Beautiful Italian in your life.

Took two weeks to have them sent from Italy to NV then forwarded to me in AZ

Very happy with the service from them.

The Ducabike parts look great. Installation was very straight forward and ran into no problems. Fitting time was 2 beers.

You will need a long 8mm hex key socket to remove the right side controls bracket and a 24mm socket.
Other than that a set of metric hex keys and end wrenches will do it. Also don't forget your loctite.

The controls are placed in the same location as stock.

Weight savings was substantial.
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I really like this passenger foot peg elimination approach - great job! I'm going to do it on my Flat Track Pro! How much weight savings? (I'm a "weight weenie"). Also, did it come with installation instructions? Any other ideas on weight savings without getting into the motor?
Thanks,
Kent
 

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Any other ideas on weight savings without getting into the motor?
Thanks,
Kent
Carbon wheels!
By all accounts the best weight saving mod you can make to any bike. Pricey but massively improves handling response and braking, due to much lower inertia.

Apart from that...
Decat Titanium muffler and headers
carbon fenders
carbon side panels
less chunky/lighter tyres

Skip a few lunches and hit the gym.

BST Carbon Fibre Wheels for Ducati Scrambler 800 2015> Onwards Road & Race
 
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