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Old May 2nd 2017, 02:11 PM   #1
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Race BellyPan for New Termi Undertail Exhaust

I installed the Termi UnderTail exhaust and I have tried the Armor Bodies and CRC (which I am assuming is a copy of the DP bellypan) with no luck. I have searched thru google with no luck. I am hoping someone has some info on this. I love the exhaust but I think it is a step back (1098/1198) however I wanted to be able to remove the bellypan without removing exhaust. I have not ridden on the track yet...but idling it seems a tad cooler heatwise. I have cut a armor bodies bellypan to clear the exhaust. It will need to be re-glassed back to seal it up. I was just thinking someone else has tackled this with better results. Thanks in advance for any solutions/info.

Not sure why it rotated the pic of the armor bodies pan...sorry.
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Old May 2nd 2017, 02:13 PM   #2
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Worst case scenario would be to use a turkey pan to be legal for WERA. I was hoping this exhaust would solve problems not create new ones...lol.
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I haven't heard of any yet. Cutting and glassing like you're doing seems to be the only option right now. Termi should offer one don't you think?
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I installed the Termi UnderTail exhaust and I have tried the Armor Bodies and CRC (which I am assuming is a copy of the DP bellypan) with no luck. I have searched thru google with no luck. I am hoping someone has some info on this. I love the exhaust but I think it is a step back (1098/1198) however I wanted to be able to remove the bellypan without removing exhaust. I have not ridden on the track yet...but idling it seems a tad cooler heatwise. I have cut a armor bodies bellypan to clear the exhaust. It will need to be re-glassed back to seal it up. I was just thinking someone else has tackled this with better results. Thanks in advance for any solutions/info.

Not sure why it rotated the pic of the armor bodies pan...sorry.
Met a guy at the first WMRRA round a couple weeks ago racing a 1299. Story from him is that the exhaust needs to be removed every time you take these belly pans on/off. Meaning every oil change requires an exhaust removal.


I have the full akra system. The guy I met had stock headers and Akra cans. Not sure the situation is any different with any exhaust option. Best to get creative and find a way to modify what you have or consult with some various race shops that have built 1299 race bikes and see what they've done. I'll have my nose to the ground on a more workable solution.

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NW1299...I got these pipes to keep from dong the exhaust removal. That was what I had previously. It is a fact you have to remove the OEM style (Termi or Akra) cans to get the pan off. The undertail system, I was hoping, would alleviate that issue...or so I thought. It is just so damn clean under the engine now tho without the cans and supporting piping under there. If I can solve this, it will be worth the expense (thanks to Zohsix!)
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Met a guy at the first WMRRA round a couple weeks ago racing a 1299. Story from him is that the exhaust needs to be removed every time you take these belly pans on/off. Meaning every oil change requires an exhaust removal.


I have the full akra system. The guy I met had stock headers and Akra cans. Not sure the situation is any different with any exhaust option. Best to get creative and find a way to modify what you have or consult with some various race shops that have built 1299 race bikes and see what they've done. I'll have my nose to the ground on a more workable solution.


Seems you met Derick. Yes the bellypans mount above the exhaust so you do have to remove the cans to drop it. Some of the racers on here use the Kraitech adapter. You drill a hole in the belly pan for draining the oil and use a rubber plug to seal it.
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NW1299...I got these pipes to keep from dong the exhaust removal. That was what I had previously. It is a fact you have to remove the OEM style (Termi or Akra) cans to get the pan off. The undertail system, I was hoping, would alleviate that issue...or so I thought. It is just so damn clean under the engine now tho without the cans and supporting piping under there. If I can solve this, it will be worth the expense (thanks to Zohsix!)
Have you ridden with this system yet? Any performance difference that you notice?
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If you look at the 1st picture the kraiitech drain plug is on there. It is a must have for sure when running oem style cans.
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I have not ridden with it yet other than down my drive and down the street. It is a 100% race/track bike. Chance of rain kept me away from the track this weekend. I will say, it is louder. It may just be that the exhaust is no longer pointed at the ground. But it rattles stuff in the house when i fire it up in the garage. My previous termi full system did not. Again it may be just the angle of the exhaust. It sure "seems" louder. Of course I immediately (before installing) removed the DB killers. It sounds mean for sure. I just hope it does not go over the DB limit at NCM. I packed the DB killers in the race hauler just in case...lol.
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