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There are three Termi exhausts available.

The Full Throttle dual one
The lower slip on
The full system high level one

So the questions is are they fundamentally the same?

I've gone for the slip on although I do like the look of the FT one and the High Level really suits the UE model.
 

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I've gone for the high level for my UE.
Got to see and hear one today outside my dealers......went straight in and ordered it.....sounds and looks awesome!..
Full system,took half a day to install!
£1300 all in!!...
 

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I like the neat looks of the Full Throttle, I've got a couple of ideas on how to make the standard one look a bit better just have to wait for the bike now!
 

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I fitted the full throttle twin pipe on to my Icon yesterday,not just because I like the look of it, :) but it also sounds nicer :rolleyes:,
My Tip if you fit it yourself is : remove all the fixings brackets etc from your original silencer, and then use all the parts supplied with the new Termi don't try and mix and match, some of the bolts etc are slightly different, :(

Correction ,it sounds Awesome :D
 

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I like the neat looks of the Full Throttle, I've got a couple of ideas on how to make the standard one look a bit better just have to wait for the bike now!
The Full Throttle looks the most modern and road bias of all the models. If, big If, my wife would like one I think it may be the FT.
I would probably change the tyres for Michelin Road 4 for pure road work but still with a character pattern.
 

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I'm very impressed with the tyres Hui, they give good grip, and they don't move around, not sure how long they're going to last though,
I think all the bikes look great for different reasons, I suppose that's why we modify the looks to get the best of both , well ! the four ;)
 

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I'm very impressed with the tyres Hui, they give good grip, and they don't move around, not sure how long they're going to last though,
I think all the bikes look great for different reasons, I suppose that's why we modify the looks to get the best of both , well ! the four ;)
I've just been for a spin and the tyres work really well. It's just a looks thing I was thinking, as the Full Throttle seems to be more road bias doesn't need the chunky look. Mind you it could probably pull off both looks as opposed to my Urban which really needs the knobbly look.
 

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I noticed today that my slip on Termi had a plastic sheet on the riveted on logo plate.

I peeled as much off as I could but some remains under the rivets. Will have to take a needle to it or maybe it will burn off eventually.

Seems a bit weird to rivet through the plastic.
 

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Just a protection after screen printing Ogre, mine was the same, ;) Extra 10 bhp with one of those logo plates fitted ,so I'm told :rolleyes: hows the bike going, have you managed to get out and about on it since your holiday?
 

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Just a protection after screen printing Ogre, mine was the same, ;) Extra 10 bhp with one of those logo plates fitted ,so I'm told :rolleyes: hows the bike going, have you managed to get out and about on it since your holiday?
I had a great week in WV. Rode about 200 miles per day 50% dirt & 50 % paved twisties (time-wise) .

Got home Sunday just after 3 pm, unpacked and took the Scrambler for a short ride.

Monday I went to the garage and tried a myriad of luggage options on the Scrambler, to find something that would work for its first upcoming trip...

I usually set all my bikes in 1st gear when on the kickstand...but alas...I did not this time.

I accidentally pushed the little bugger off the stand. Tried to catch it but not before the clutch lever hut a wooden stool and broke at its hinge point.

Well I need the get the grass mowed anyway, so it is mowing, not riding for the next couple days until my Pazzo levers arrive.

:oops:
 

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I usually set all my bikes in 1st gear when on the kickstand...but alas...I did not this time.

I accidentally pushed the little bugger off the stand. Tried to catch it but not before the clutch lever hut a wooden stool and broke at its hinge point.

Well I need the get the grass mowed anyway, so it is mowing, not riding for the next couple days until my Pazzo levers arrive.

:oops:
Oh noooo - dropping bikes used to be my speciality lol - I have a box full of broken levers :rolleyes:. Fortunately not from the Scrambler! Famous last words and all that ... when I got my new Guzzi, I was trying to get on it on the yard. I was a bit too enthusiastic in heaving it off its side stand over to the right, and it carried on going ... [banghead]
 

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Sorry to hear that Ogre, i sent off for those foldable levers from e bay, item 361266365998 ,The ones albie put on his thread
 
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