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post #1101 of 1534 (permalink) Old Jan 15th, 2018, 9:25 pm Thread Starter
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After months of fence sitting I trailered home a new to me black 2011 1100 EVO today. Some of you guys will recognize it, I bought it from fellow forum member RobBotes1. I spent a weekend on a friends' 2012 796 Hyper last summer that gave me an itch that just wouldn't go away. I'm looking forward to some warmer weather to get some seat time on this beast - what a beautiful machine!

Wonderful! A big congratulations!! Black is definitely the more uncommon color for these bikes. That's great you even picked it up from another forum member too.

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After months of fence sitting I trailered home a new to me black 2011 1100 EVO today. Some of you guys will recognize it, I bought it from fellow forum member RobBotes1. I spent a weekend on a friends' 2012 796 Hyper last summer that gave me an itch that just wouldn't go away. I'm looking forward to some warmer weather to get some seat time on this beast - what a beautiful machine!
I was watching that bike as well, just curious to see how fast it would sell. The HM1100 Evos are great bikes, I picked mine up used as well and have loved every second on it.
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post #1103 of 1534 (permalink) Old Feb 7th, 2018, 7:25 am
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Full Termi system (single can) for under $500. Can looks nice, headers need to polishing to say the least.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/173127295006?ul_noapp=true
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Full Termi system (single can) for under $500. Can looks nice, headers need to polishing to say the least.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/173127295006?ul_noapp=true
Nice find! It’s amazing the 2-1 Termignoni system costed nearly $3k back in the day.

Could have these pipes ceramic coated and it’d almost be like a new system again.
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Nice find! Itís amazing the 2-1 Termignoni system costed nearly $3k back in the day.

Could have these pipes ceramic coated and itíd almost be like a new system again.
That's exactly what I was thinkin!
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Nice find! Itís amazing the 2-1 Termignoni system costed nearly $3k back in the day.

Could have these pipes ceramic coated and itíd almost be like a new system again.
They actually look like they may have already been coated with something, they're dark/black all the way to the can, and the tip seems coated black too. I managed to grab a full system late last year after buying an Aviacompositi tail section, the other aftermarket 2-into-1 I bought just wouldn't work with it. It also came with the DP ECU, which was luck on luck as these systems seem rare as hen's teeth these days.

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OOOOOOoooo looky what just came in! Should let the little hyper breathe a little better. Hopefully I can just throw it in and rapid bike will adjust fueling accordingly. We shall see!
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Could have these pipes ceramic coated and itíd almost be like a new system again.
This is what I plan for my system when I get back. It'll match my forks, sub-frame, and belly pan

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Well I had a fun little afternoon. Got the MWR filter installed and everything buttoned up. Super easy install. Also had a rapid bike hardware update which I did.

I took a picture of my horizontal plug a few days ago. Bike had modded dp lid, bmc, full exhaust, rapid bike evo and had been professionally dyno tuned, but has always run lean. My guess is it just could never get enough air, even at idle.

Its raining pretty hard down here so I couldnt ride the bike, but I warmed it up in my garage. Im sure my neighbors were super happy lol. The bike seems to jump on the throttle much quicker. After about 15 mins of idle and reving every once in a while, I cut it off.

I then pulled the plug and WOW. Seems rapid bike already started to dial in more fuel as the plug now looks PURRRRRFECT. I am truly impressed with rapid bikes ability to self adjust in such a small amount of time. It will take about 100 miles of riding probably to get the full maps sorted.

Pretty stoked about not having to worry about the bike being lean anymore.

Now for the road test
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They actually look like they may have already been coated with something, they're dark/black all the way to the can, and the tip seems coated black too.
I noticed that too. Looking at the pics gives me the impression they were likely sprayed with some high temp spray paint from a can which isn't a permanent solution, or acceptable on a Ducati. Good news is, it should reflect price to the buyer's benefit and you can always have them professionally ceramic coated and they'll look like new.

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I managed to grab a full system late last year after buying an Aviacompositi tail section, the other aftermarket 2-into-1 I bought just wouldn't work with it. It also came with the DP ECU, which was luck on luck as these systems seem rare as hen's teeth these days.
Nice! It's always been my favorite system for these bikes.

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Well I had a fun little afternoon. Got the MWR filter installed and everything buttoned up. Super easy install. Also had a rapid bike hardware update which I did.

I took a picture of my horizontal plug a few days ago. Bike had modded dp lid, bmc, full exhaust, rapid bike evo and had been professionally dyno tuned, but has always run lean. My guess is it just could never get enough air, even at idle.

Its raining pretty hard down here so I couldnt ride the bike, but I warmed it up in my garage. Im sure my neighbors were super happy lol. The bike seems to jump on the throttle much quicker. After about 15 mins of idle and reving every once in a while, I cut it off.

I then pulled the plug and WOW. Seems rapid bike already started to dial in more fuel as the plug now looks PURRRRRFECT. I am truly impressed with rapid bikes ability to self adjust in such a small amount of time. It will take about 100 miles of riding probably to get the full maps sorted.

Pretty stoked about not having to worry about the bike being lean anymore.

Now for the road test
Good job!
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