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Hi guys
Just picked up a cafe racer 2018 , would like your opinion on what exhaust people are using
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Personally, I'd go with the Termignoni Race pipe because it comes with a factory remap. But then I'm really lazy :)

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The dealer does it when they fit the exhaust.
I imagine you could get it done by a dealer if you had bought the exhaust from them but fitted it yourself.
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A lot of aftermarket systems say a remap is not required. I have an Akra system on my 1100 with no map change and the bike runs fine,
 

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Personal preference...

The factory option Termignoni race exhaust is common due to it being a dealer option. It’s quite expensive for what it is but you do get a remap included.

I think the Competition Werkes is the best looking but I do love my full titanium Akrapovic.
Had it off to service the bike recently and unreal how light it is!
 

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Personal preference...

The factory option Termignoni race exhaust is common due to it being a dealer option. It’s quite expensive for what it is but you do get a remap included.

I think the Competition Werkes is the best looking but I do love my full titanium Akrapovic.
Had it off to service the bike recently and unreal how light it is!
Call me a cheapskate but I just removed the baffles from the standard exhaust, secured the outer pipes so they didn't move at all and slapped on a Termignoni sticker on the outside. Saved lots of weight, sounds like a Ducati should and freed up the gases so they flow better. I was sick of spending big dollars on aftermarket systems for not much reward.
 

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Oh, please ! The standard Termi on your bike is a thing of a beauty ! Just leave it there and remove the baffles if you want to go louder !!!
 

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Leo Vince LV-10 it is light, looks good, sounds like a big block V8 with glass packs, and was not expensive at just a little over $200. No remap and it runs fine. It does have a little lean burble to it I would not call it back fires.
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