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Old Jan 6th 2013, 07:06 AM   #21
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Bought termi slip-ons from my ducati dealer here in Manila...It came with the Y-collector, two termi slip-ons and a USB...no airfilter included.

I eventually ordered a BMC airfilter and had the dealer install it too...watched the Ducati Technician do it...not that hard...fairly easy job. Aside from removing the tank which was the easy part...its the upper Throttle body injectors that need to be un-clipped from the main mikuni throttle bodies inorder to make way for the removal of the airfilter...

I asked Ducati Tech guy to show it to me...so I could service my BMC high flow airfilter next time...not hard at all for me.

But the Termis whether it be a slip-on or full system never comes with an aftermarket airfilter.
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Old Jan 7th 2013, 06:27 PM   #22
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Maybe that dealer put there own kit together.
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Old May 5th 2013, 12:25 PM   #23
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Well, I just installed the MWR filter and took pics to do a lil install how to....and just saw this lol. I can do one with a lil more details if you guys want but the video is pretty straight forward.
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Old Aug 6th 2017, 11:07 AM   #24
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Guys.

I am trying to do the same...
Shall I drain the fuel from the tank or not? Nothing mentioned in the manual...
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Old Aug 6th 2017, 11:19 AM   #25
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Guys.

I am trying to do the same...
Shall I drain the fuel from the tank or not? Nothing mentioned in the manual...
To get to the air filter? No.
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Old Aug 6th 2017, 07:17 PM   #26
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Sorry... I mean to remove the tank...

I am going to remove it and to cover a ceramic coated.
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Old Aug 6th 2017, 08:50 PM   #27
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Thats make no sense why are you ceramic coating the tank?
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Old Aug 7th 2017, 11:22 AM   #28
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Simply put I like how it shines but first one this is for protection from scratches.
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Old Aug 7th 2017, 11:51 AM   #29
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Its got nothing to do with a air filter

Up to you on the tank
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Old Aug 7th 2017, 01:10 PM   #30
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Not sure why you would want to ceramic coat the tank. You can use a 3M film to protect the tank from scratches. If you ceramic coat it, you are going to end up with a finish way less attractive than paint, plus it has to be heated to be applied, which would mean you would have to ensure it is not only drained but you would have to remove the fuel pump as well and allow it to air for a few days to make sure there were no vapours left inside or traces of fuel. Not withstanding the fact that the heat applied during coating might not do your tank the world of good, being that it is only thin aluminium. A little risky in my opinion. On an exhaust I can understand it, on a tank nope sorry....waste of time for what you are trying to achieve. As others have said if you want to change the air filter, you are only disconnecting the tank's fuel and electrical connections in order to remove it and gain access to the airbox. No need to drain it of fuel. Don't take this the wrong way. I understand English is not your first language and my Russian is non existent but you will have to explain a little more clearly exactly what it is you are trying to accomplish.

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