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Old Feb 16th 2017, 06:15 PM   #1
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Termignoni forward exhaust

I just put on my forward exhaust...it looks and sounds AMAZING. I tried to install it on my own my own because it looked like a straight forward process but some of the bolts must have been crazy glued in!!!! I ended up paying $400 for the install but oh well. I will post some pic's as i have not seen any yet. Not sure why. Does anyone have this exhaust on their Pani?
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Old Feb 16th 2017, 10:13 PM   #2
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Old Feb 17th 2017, 01:54 AM   #3
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If your talking about what I think are called the Termignoni Evolution slip on? I do. They definitely get louder as they break in - imho therefore better sounding, there are no removable baffles in them, but beware some of these installed on stock headers may cause premature header failure as documented elsewhere in the forum.
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I'm really happy with my Termi evos. The install was pretty easy. The only difficult part was lining up the y pipe and getting the joint clamp aligned.

Looks smashing and the sound is beautiful. I would recommend a tune or Rapidbike so to take full advantage of the high flow filter and better breathing exhaust. Enjoy and wear ear plug.
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Old Feb 17th 2017, 05:53 PM   #5
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IMO much better than the akra
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Old Feb 17th 2017, 11:28 PM   #6
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If your talking about what I think are called the Termignoni Evolution slip on? I do. They definitely get louder as they break in - imho therefore better sounding, there are no removable baffles in them, but beware some of these installed on stock headers may cause premature header failure as documented elsewhere in the forum.
Fire Mike, in your opinion what is the best option to avoid the header failure???
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Fire Mike, in your opinion, what is the best option to avoid the header failure???
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Originally Posted by Jsab1 View Post
Fire Mike, in your opinion, what is the best option to avoid the header failure???


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JSAB That is the million dollar question for those with minds greater than mine, and more experience with the issue. It appears to me, that careful and dilegent installation with all parts lightly hand tightened to ensure proper alignment prior to torquing everything to spec. I am the second owner of the bike (only had it two months) and the header broke on my first ride after purchase, so I can't speak to how it was installed originally. The Termis were already on the bike. However some others on the forum have several header stock header failures with the Termi slip on. Time will tell, but I tend to agree that a full Termi headers might be the way to go, but can't speak from experience. Wish I had that kind of money to throw at the problem. Also Wish I could Be more helpful but as of right now but I've only put about 1000 miles since the new rear header. So far no issues, again, only time will tell.
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Thanks for the insight.

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