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January 7, 2005, 07:36 PM

This is really my first post. I just bought a '05 749S and I'm loving it so far. Just had the first service and I'm ready to do the exhaust. Does anyone have any recommendations for who the best exhaust manufacturer is for that model?

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January 7, 2005, 08:24 PM

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This is really my first post. I just bought a '05 749S and I'm loving it so far. Just had the first service and I'm ready to do the exhaust. Does anyone have any recommendations for who the best exhaust manufacturer is for that model?

Thanks in advance,

Mike

Termignoni are the only way to go....
have the 54mm myself and gained 4hp! NOW it sounds like a Ducati really should...!

http://speedzilla.zeroforum.com/zeromain
and
www.ducati.ms

are both very good Ducati sites...

BTW,

mellertson to the site!

give me a shout or PM and we can go riding sometime! I live in the Fairfax area near GMU!


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December 25, 2005, 03:21 PM

There's a new Italian company called ZARD exhaust. Not really sure who sells their exhaust in the U.S. but it looks high quality. Check it out.

http://www.zardexhaust.it/
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akrapovic makes high quality pipes and they make a ton of power.
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termi are the choice of most duc riders.
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September 7, 2006, 11:40 PM

Section 8 superbike recommends the Zard...cost wise, it can't be beat.

I run Arrow currently (full system), and I love it...not too loud, but significant power gains.


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September 8, 2006, 12:04 AM

I have Remus on my 749 and it's really nice. I bought the 1/2 system and it was around 1200.00 for the carbon fiber cans.


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