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Old Mar 18th 2012, 11:27 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bradp51 View Post
does not mean the previous poster is wrong

maybe thats how they deliver them at his dealer in Holland.
Mate, its hardly gonna be a "Holland spec kit" and if it was Euro-wide, then Ducati would have mentioned it in their literature/website with a "not for all markets" disclaimer.

Other models exhaust kits included an air-filter, which Ducati go to the trouble of picturing and mentioning - we also have an 1199 guy that opened his exhaust kit box, only to find what was specified.

Also consider the 1199 air box flows massive air, due to its tiny frame, causing a RAM air effect at speed. It was apparently difficult to fuel the bike around this, while achieving maximum benefit, so maybe they decided it was good as is.
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i don't know if it's something from my dealer here from ducati in holland or something from ducati itself in italy. al i know is that i will receive it with a airfilter included. i will get my bike late april or begin of may so i will know more then.
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I have received my full system and there is no air filter included
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I have received my full system and there is no air filter included
Greet fitst post bud - welcome!!

Would love to see some pics of the cardboard box if you have time
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I chose to order my termi system through my dealer and have it fitted and re mapped by them

just to avoid any warranty issues by fitting system myself

I have purchased some CF bits and a bike cover from commonwealth motorcycles
delivered to OZ, cover is great quality and they were easy to deal with had it in a week
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Old Mar 21st 2012, 04:48 PM   #16
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Greet fitst post bud - welcome!!

Would love to see some pics of the cardboard box if you have time
Box is plain white so no pics, but here is some of the kit
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Originally Posted by bolds View Post
Box is plain white so no pics, but here is some of the kit
Thank you.

Second one is the money shot - amazing bore
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Do you have the installation paper? Thinking to install them myself too, and was wondering about how hard it would be.
Especially since in France, it's illegal, and dealers wouldn't do it.
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No instructions supplied, maybe its because its an early kit?
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Originally Posted by Braintrash View Post
Do you have the installation paper? Thinking to install them myself too, and was wondering about how hard it would be.
Especially since in France, it's illegal, and dealers wouldn't do it.
I've done it before, though obviously not on an 1199.

Not so much difficult, just takes time to do properly, particularly if your fussy about getting it 100% right.

I'm gonna do it, gut agree it would be great to see the fitting instructions.

Any chance Bolds - pretty please
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