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Hi all,

I have a new Urban Enduro, and I'm looking to upgrade my exhaust. I'm set on Termignoni, but am having a hard time finding the differences in performance between the low mounted race line and high mounted exhausts. Anyone got any sort of info on this, or have experience a/b-ing the two of them? I appreciate any feedback, thanks!!!

Mike
 

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Got to admit, that does look good, Dave.

I can't remember - is there a cat on there or no?

Also, is heat off the pipe noticeable?

I do like the traditional style you've got there, brother.

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Thanks Cliff.

No there is no cat and the heat from the exhaust has never bothered me or been noticeable except in very hot weather in slow moving traffic.

100% happy with it.
 

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Good to hear, Dave.

Have you had a chance to compare yours with the low Sport? Just wondering if the sound is different...Couldn't imagine much difference with regards to performance between the two.
 

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Visited my local Ducati dealer last week and they had an icon with a few trick bits added including the terms high level exhaust and a remap to suit the exhaust. Me and a mate each blagged a ride on it and I can tell you the bike sounded and went fantastic. It felt that it pulled much stronger through the Rev range. So much so that my mate is going to get the exhaust and remap for his UE. Bit costly though at £1300 for the exhaust and £500 for the remap.
 

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Visited my local Ducati dealer last week and they had an icon with a few trick bits added including the terms high level exhaust and a remap to suit the exhaust. Me and a mate each blagged a ride on it and I can tell you the bike sounded and went fantastic. It felt that it pulled much stronger through the Rev range. So much so that my mate is going to get the exhaust and remap for his UE. Bit costly though at £1300 for the exhaust and £500 for the remap.
The price of the Termi exhaust includes the upmap. He shouldn't be paying an additional £500 unless he is getting a 3rd party remap like Rexxer.
 

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Visited my local Ducati dealer last week and they had an icon with a few trick bits added including the terms high level exhaust and a remap to suit the exhaust. Me and a mate each blagged a ride on it and I can tell you the bike sounded and went fantastic. It felt that it pulled much stronger through the Rev range. So much so that my mate is going to get the exhaust and remap for his UE. Bit costly though at £1300 for the exhaust and £500 for the remap.
A Rexxer EVO unit includes a couple of maps in the price of under 400 quid so no idea what the 500 quid is for? Most people are happy with the map that comes with the high Termi pipes though it is likely a Rexxer map can improve on it
 

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Visited my local Ducati dealer last week and they had an icon with a few trick bits added including the terms high level exhaust and a remap to suit the exhaust. Me and a mate each blagged a ride on it and I can tell you the bike sounded and went fantastic. It felt that it pulled much stronger through the Rev range. So much so that my mate is going to get the exhaust and remap for his UE. Bit costly though at £1300 for the exhaust and £500 for the remap.
Like the others have said ,there should be no extra for the remap unless it's a non Ducati remapping system.
My high Termi was £ 1300 all in.
 
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