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Old May 17th 2017, 09:44 PM   #21
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I do agree with you.. a street legal bike with oem exhausts that you can't race in a private track? What's wrong here? so stupid rules.. you can probably ride with open straight pipes on the streets with no problems but not with oem exhaust on a track


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Old May 18th 2017, 02:43 AM   #22
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Do you have any more pictures and details of this ? I presume he has done both sides and its damn ugly but if it means it can pass noise regulations without taking away as much power as the baffles then I might look into doing something like this.
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Old May 18th 2017, 03:06 AM   #23
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Something that has just occurred to me, tried the other engine power settings? I know it's a real dampener if it's in wet mode (see what I did there?) but it may help? Even just from race to sport? EBC on the run in to corners, if thats where the traps are?
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Old May 18th 2017, 03:28 AM   #24
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I use wet mode when doing the static tests as it helps a bit, but definitely would not run it at the track as it's a complete waste of time riding with it. Sport mode is not so bad but I don't even use that on the road either as the bike doesn't ride as well. The geometry and suspension works better with a sharper throttle in my opinion.
I bought the BMW so I had something quieter but I'd rather be on the Pani hence why this is an interesting thread. I don't mind holding back the rpm for the odd drive by sensor but wouldn't want to be doing it everywhere.
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Old May 18th 2017, 03:32 AM   #25
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I use wet mode when doing the static tests as it helps a bit, but definitely would not run it at the track as it's a complete waste of time riding with it. Sport mode is not so bad but I don't even use that on the road either as the bike doesn't ride as well. The geometry and suspension works better with a sharper throttle in my opinion.
It's what I thought and I agree with you. But a quiet day is better than no day!!
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Old May 18th 2017, 09:16 AM   #26
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I Ride: '16 Pani R, 1098R Bayliss, KTM1090R.
Plan for bike was full time track bike during the track season this year, with the possibility to try a little racing here and there.
Bodywork and tank have been exchanged, extra wheels bought, lights gone etc. (This could always be reversed for street use with a day on the bench.)

We have no static testing here so no chance of sneaking through on lower power maps.
It's pointless to run a bike like this with its balls cut off, just to satisfy noise regs, once riding for lap times.

I hope that the Termi underseat system is as quiet as their customer support, (3 mails, no
response), as I think that's the way I will head for now, due to tight timeframe.
Will keep the forum posted with pass/fail @ 105db after my next track sessions, but
I expect that my 1098R will be coming out to play before the summer is over.
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Let us know on the Termi. Rear exit looks like best chance.
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Old May 18th 2017, 10:09 AM   #28
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I hope that the Termi underseat system is as quiet as their customer support, (3 mails, no
response), as I think that's the way I will head for now, due to tight timeframe.
Will keep the forum posted with pass/fail @ 105db after my next track sessions, but
I expect that my 1098R will be coming out to play before the summer is over.
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Termi customer support is a big joke! I have tried to contact them 5-6 times via their internet site, upmap site and boths facebook pages to get some information about T800 unit and upcoming termi maps. I did never get any response and gave up on that...
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Glenn, not sure where you got to with this?

Anyway, the more I hear about the V4 the less I'm convinced about getting one. So I'm now looking to keep my R for the forseable future. That means I'm also looking to tinker with it a little.

As far as I can see the Akra slip ons are the way forward as we already have titanium pipes. They come with DB killers but they do not take the noise down that much, I had the EVO full system on the 2014 R. However, I was thinking the DB inserts they come with could be modified to tailor the noise. I looked into a spare set of DB inserts to modify and keep the originals when low and behold I came across this little Aladins cave of treasures!!

Motorcycle Exhaust End Can Muffler Baffle Silencer 48mm Ducati 1299 Panigale S 2015 in Silencers, Mufflers & Baffles | eBay

I'm willing to bet you can find a set here, as close as you're going to need and then modify a little.

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I'm thinking/hoping the V4 is going to be less of a noise problem compared to the Twins. I'm not sure if I already speak with you on Facebook/uk forum Mutt but my mate had the Akra system from his 1199S on his new 1199R and even with the DB killers he really struggled to make 105dB static and it sounded like thunder at full chat on drive by! The problem with the damn dB killers is they rob you of so much power. Luckily most UK tracks are pretty short and twisty so you don't notice too much but on the bigger tracks you lose 10-15mph top end.
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