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Identify these exhaust pipes S2R1000

I got some extra parts with my recently purchased S2R1K and need some help identifying an exhaust. Certainly not an Arrow because that is whats on the bike now and it is different.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old Sep 14th, 2019, 1:10 pm
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They are tubes. Round ones. They have bends.

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They are tubes. Round ones. They have bends.
Hey Rex, you should buy em to piece together your tubes! Should be just about right!

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Hey Rex, you should buy em to piece together your tubes! Should be just about right!
Maybe. I have other issues that take priority and present like a new voltage regulator, rear brake line, clutch line, some other stuffs.


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That small 90* connecting pipe is something I am not familiar with. That aside, they look like Termignoni.
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That small 90* connecting pipe is something I am not familiar with. That aside, they look like Termignoni.
that's what i was thinking, the dp header pipe.

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If the front header goes to the side of the motor instead of under it they are Termi. All the others went under the motor like the stock
headed. I had full Arrows on mine & that was to me the best sounding air cooled Duc ever! Made for more heel clearance for my right foot too.
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Another way to tell us to check the welds as Termi systems around 06 were terrible quality. Top notch know but the stuff I saw in 2006/2008 was rough....
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If the front header goes to the side of the motor instead of under it they are Termi. All the others went under the motor like the stock
headed. I had full Arrows on mine & that was to me the best sounding air cooled Duc ever! Made for more heel clearance for my right foot too.
Agreed the Arrows sounds great. Loud, but great.
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Thunder! I used to push it around the corner to start it on my early morning rides...pain in the ass in my leathers!
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