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Old 19-Jun-2003, 10:53 AM
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Alternative exhausts

Saw a well turned out and pretty new ST4S at WSB with stainless Remus cans & pipes.

Anyone gone down the route of changing their stock ones for aftermarket, and if so what are the options and convetional wisdom on this ?
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Old 19-Jun-2003, 01:19 PM
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I think there was quite a thread about this on the old message board...

I've got Sil Motor carbon cans and a JHP chip to look after the fuelling.

As far as cans go, Ducati performance do carbon and ally ones as do Remus and Sil Motor. I'm told that Sil Motor and Termignoni are made by the same factory.

There may be others out there that do ST cans, but the choice is a bit limited by the moveable exhausts idea...so if aftermarket can manufacturers do anything for Dukes at all, you'll find that the 916 derivatives are well catered for closely followed by Monsters and SS's. The ST gets the cold shoulder from most.
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Old 19-Jun-2003, 01:28 PM
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I've just fitted some made by 'G & G Bike' that I found on www.redracingparts.com.

The thing I liked was the option to fit an insert which mutes the otherwise straight through can. Unfortunatley, I got mixed up on the order (doh!!) and am still awaiting the inserts.

The cans themselves, in titanium, are light and very well made. The titanium welding is just brilliant. Only thing is that without the inserts the cans are astonishingly loud and have set off the odd car alarm (Great!!!). I'm looking forward to the arrival of the inserts to achieve the middle ground between standard and anti-social.

Prices not too bad either and I'm sure the sticker can be changed for something a little more 'fashionable'.
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Old 08-Jul-2003, 02:26 PM
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G&G Pics...

I'm intrigued, but the photos on the red racing web site are tiny - would it be possible to to post pics of yours? And what about modding the 4s computer - afaik, there's no replaceable chip there and the FIM replacement disables the immobiliser. Combined with Ducati being unable to make up their mind about whether a new ECU is needed for new pipes on a 4s, we have a slightly perplexed owner..

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Old 09-Jul-2003, 10:09 AM
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I checked out the upgrade ECU and found that protwins are the suppliers for the Ultimap one...below is the mail they sent me regaurding price etc

www.protwins.co.uk

Mark, apologies for the delay in getting back to you, simply away on
holiday.....

Cost of the ECU is 395.00 + taxes, if you wish to order please give me a
call on 01342 892888. Regards Brett

these are the manufacturers if you want any info
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Old 09-Jul-2003, 10:10 AM
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woops ....forgot the URL
http://www.fuelinmoto.com.au
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Old 09-Jul-2003, 10:38 AM
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Richardh,

I take some snaps over the weekend and try and post them early next week.

The inserts are now fitted and although still quite loud I'm much happier than with the straight-through style. Just a little bit less anti-social!!!
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Old 09-Jul-2003, 05:26 PM
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From the site looks like they are Euro 347 a pair, but what's the story with the rockwool inserts being replaced every 4000 km. ?
Photos would be good to see.
Are you pleased that you bought them ?
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Old 11-Jul-2003, 02:40 PM
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Dave - thanks for that - I'm off to France for the next week, so no hurry!

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Old 16-Jul-2003, 10:50 AM
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The official Ducati line on 'Performance exhaust's' for ST4S is that there is no 'Performance' ecu available anymore. The recomendation is that the dealer should just re-adjust the standard ecu to compensate.
That's ok then since my ST4S is having it's performance carbon cans fitted whilst being serviced at JHP Coventry next week.

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