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Old 17-Feb-2012, 08:40 PM
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Termignoni fitting instructions

Hi all, has anyone got, or know where I can get fitting instructions for a full Termi system (Hypermotard)?

I believe there is a pdf that dealers have, but I've searched unsuccessfully online.

Info would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

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Old 17-Feb-2012, 11:39 PM
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Old 18-Feb-2012, 12:11 AM
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Perfect. Many thanks.

I've got it stripped down and half reassembled, but my lambda sensor wire is too short? Further investigations tomorrow...

Thanks, JB
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Old 18-Feb-2012, 12:31 AM
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You don't use the lambda sensor with the full kit - there should be a small cap to go over the plug #16 on page 2.


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Old 18-Feb-2012, 06:08 PM
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I have an Evo SP and it uses the sensors - apparently.

Just got figure out what to do with the bag of nuts and bolts left over :-)
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Old 18-Feb-2012, 08:16 PM
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Why don't they supply instructions?

Cant for the life of me work out how the exhaust hanger works. Different to the one in the instructions you sent me.

This job is taking a little longer than I expected.
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Old 14-Apr-2012, 09:22 PM
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its gonna sound awesome!! i dont have the dough for a new set of slip ons anyone got a used one??
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Often a newly-installed exhaust pipe or slip-on doesn't fit-up properly. Aftermarket pipes are not a precision fit and often they let in combustion air that, when mixed with unburned fuel, results in the fuel being burned in the muffler. This will result in backfiring. I suggest using high temperature silicon sealant at the joints to keep the air out.

I recommend Permatex Ultra-Copper high temp RTV silicone gasket maker #101BR for the aftermarket slip-on system joints. Good to 700˚F intermittent. Available in auto parts stores.
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For anyone that needs the fitting instructions, I've attached them here.

You need to be registered on the site to download, but it's free and takes 5 minutes max
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File Type: pdf DP_termi_hyper_LowQ.pdf (1.14 MB, 9 views)


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Thanks for this. Helps out a bunch.
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