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How do I know if my '00 Ducati 996 has a full termi exhaust?

The 996 I picked up from Jon was nicely nodded when he got it. Part of it was the termi exhaust. I ask it it was slip ons or a full system. Neither of us know. How can I tell? Tony, Vcook, anyone?
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why does it matter at this point? just asking.



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Come on Ken, that full system is worth at least another hp, maybe two.


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If I sell it, I'd like to represent what it is, and get the most from it. I like the bike as is, but if a full system will sway a buyer, I'd like to make sure they know it has one.
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So tell 'em it has one

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Just ride it down 355 at full throttle and then collect the insurance money again. Problem solved.
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take a pic and post it here....

to be really a dick, I belive Terminioni makes even the stock exhaust for ducati.
if it is a stock header and midpipe I bet they have somewhere the dynamic D stamped on it.

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Just ride it down 355 at full throttle and then collect the insurance money again. Problem solved.
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Just ride it down 355 at full throttle and then collect the insurance money again. Problem solved.
That hurt really bad last time. I take it to the track after that stunt.

Jon took this pic. I'll see if I can get better.

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it's a half system at the very least. note the lack of the "sausage" pipes that the stocker would have behind the right rearset.


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not to mention termi pipes dont yellow that bad i think.

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its a termi half system at least. you could measure the headers coming off the engine to know if it was a full system. I dont think termi made a 45mm full system and that is what the stockers would be so that would tell you.

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I vote for full system, my pipes look the same yellowish way, the stockers look like Vcook's pic shows. I still have them in my basement.

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I vote for full system, my pipes look the same yellowish way, the stockers look like Vcook's pic shows. I still have them in my basement.
sell them to dave at full price, he will jew you, ball the bike and claim the insurance on a new set (he claimed to install)

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I vote for full system, my pipes look the same yellowish way, the stockers look like Vcook's pic shows. I still have them in my basement.
yeah but the half system looks real similar too.

here was what mine looked like (half)


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[QUOTE=Vcook;1894630]it's a half system at the very least. note the lack of the "sausage" pipes that the stocker would have behind the right rearset.


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yeah, sausage as in cock. that's what i mean.




look at the bulges in the stock exhaust behind the right rearset. looks like sausages.

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The pipes get smaller in diameter at connect points, like sausage links.

actually in this case its some sort of goofy pre-cat

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Amen, stock header, termi mid pipe

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Sounds good. Thanks everyone! Fwiw it sounds awesome. Just wondering what it had.
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