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Old 31-May-2005, 04:12 PM
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2004 749 Termi Kits

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On for a rant but when I bought my bike last October the story was that there was a small snag with the fuelling and that the ECUs were being reprogrammed. 7 months later I take the plunge and buy one. Phoned today to check when it will arrive to be told.....

yes you guessed there are still fuelling issues.

Anyone with a 2004 749 (base model) that has a Termi that runs fine?

Anyone else still waiting, if so how long and do you have a new landing date?

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Old 31-May-2005, 05:28 PM
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Who is your dealer, I would check his facts.

I have a 749S that is an 04 model purchased last October.

I was led around the garden path a bit re Termis but eventually established that the Termi for the base model was avaliable, and I have seen bikes with them fitted.

The issue around the ECU fuelling related to 2004 s models, I ordered and paid for mine when I got the bike.

After DUK getting involved the dealer managed to fit my Termis and new correctly mapped ECU last month.
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Old 31-May-2005, 05:46 PM
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Buy the Termi's and forget the DP ECU.

Buy yourself a PC3 and get it custom mapped on a dyno, should cost about the same a DP ECU. It cost me about 100 to get the PC3 custom mapped for my 999s and the bike runs a DP ECU aswell - I learnt the hard way !!

The mapping on DP ECU's isn't perfect.
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Old 31-May-2005, 07:01 PM
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Buy the Termi's and forget the DP ECU.

Buy yourself a PC3 and get it custom mapped on a dyno, should cost about the same a DP ECU. It cost me about 100 to get the PC3 custom mapped for my 999s and the bike runs a DP ECU aswell - I learnt the hard way !!

The mapping on DP ECU's isn't perfect.

Is it possible to buy the Termis less the ecu? Aternatively I am thinking of buying a decat pipe, a second hand silencer which I will gut the cat out of, and then running a custom mapped chip.

I have this set up on my car but was trying to keep the bike simple

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Old 31-May-2005, 07:52 PM
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Ive said it so many times. For the cost of that horrible assymetric system, get yerself a full balanced 54 or 57mm jobbie. Pc111, dyno run, and away you go!
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Old 31-May-2005, 08:39 PM
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Ive said it so many times. For the cost of that horrible assymetric system, get yerself a full balanced 54 or 57mm jobbie. Pc111, dyno run, and away you go!
its down to cost andy,ive tried both ways,i dont think the 57mm system is 2-3k better than assymetric system.
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Old 31-May-2005, 08:43 PM
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v2 pete is running my old termi can with de-cat down pipe,race filters..it runs fine,lots more power on tap,sounds the dogs, happy days.
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Old 31-May-2005, 09:36 PM
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Everything about Ducati is about money.

I ran the open can for a while. If Ducati noise is your thing, i dont think the sound of the open decatted pipe jobbie is a patch on the sound of my 57mm. Its not particularly loud, just a distinctive 999 bark.
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Old 31-May-2005, 09:38 PM
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i had a 999s with a 57mm system on annd now ive got a 999r with the race system fitted .......the new one sounds better in my opinion.....



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Old 31-May-2005, 09:40 PM
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guess were all different, plus you kept breaking yours...
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