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In an old accessory brochure I have, they were shown as:

Under Racing:
07366 for aluminum
07358 for carbon

Under Silencers and Chips:
07370 for CE-approved aluminum
07371 for CE-approved carbon

This was on the ST4 page. There were ST4s parts in this brochure, but nothing specific regarding exhause for the s. The last pages notes that the pulish date was March 1999.

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Thanks Tonered.
I seem to remember seeing the part number on this site, it was a lot longer than the ones you kindly found, and for whatever reason I can not find them.

I have a buddy who wants me to assess the Dimsport chip and it would be much better with a slip on and airfilter mod, as my bike is bone stock.
 

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Yes, the codes typically listed in the Parts Lists are longer and contain decimal points. It seems that a lot of ST specific accessories have been recently discontinued. I purchase my ST4 last July and the DP/Givi top case mount was listed there. Now, it is gone. This seems odd as the ST3 is just out of production.

BTW, the DP/Givi mount part number was 967015STAG, which a local dealer was able to use to order it.

I jammed one of the those numbers into the parts finder on Ducati of Omaha's webpage and it came back with nothing. So, I would use those as catalog numbers to futher inquire on ordering. You would still need to determine the difference between the Race and CE-approve pipes, probably just a removeable sound baffle.

For evaluation, one option would be to core the stock pipes. For me, it didn't yield the dramatic performance improvement that the K&N, first, then the airbox chop, second, did for me. But, there was a subtle change detected by my butt dyno.

Although, the new sound, coupled with the quiet clutch mod, is very pleasing.

The coring technique I used is documented at www.ducatiwiki.com. It does not involve gutting the entire pipe, but just cutting out (with a lot of patience) the small, inner end pipe and some of the inner end plate. I did add some steel wool inside the remanent of the inner pipe to fill the '2nd chamber' as there was some resonance around for 4,000rpm.

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The DP exhaust kits are out of production. If you can find a dealer with new-old stock, that's the ticket.

Otherwise, check out the other manufacturers for slip-ons for the ST:

  • Sil Moto
  • Leo Vince
  • Staintune
Edit: a quick search turned up this: http://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/mcy/1056116480.html

Edit Edit: I did find another thread that had a link to the '06 catalog: http://www.ducati.ms/forums/showthread.php?t=54612
That catalog lists the part as: 96444504B, ABS bikes use 96444604B.
Ducati Omaha is still stocking this part: $1462.99 MSRP. This should include the ECU as well.
 

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BTW, SE84's post reminded me of the fact that the OEM and DP cans were made by both Termi or Remus. You should be able to find a mark on the bottom noting this.

Holy eye candy, Batman. That was pure Duc porn. I had to stop looking before. . . ;)

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Was that applicable to the 4S? As this is listed for a 4.
Hi Michael, according to this site - Carbon Silencer Kit for ST from Ducati Accessories 2006 it is (was as of 2006 anyway) for an ST4s, and the ECU in the pic is far more '4s' than it is '4'.

It's hard to tell with the Stein Dinse item though, as it doesn't show a picture of the complete kit. But certainly the 96444604B kit seems to refer to 4s fitment rather than 4.
 

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You're right, but I don't understand why they've even put that in Rik, as whether it has abs or not is quite irrelevant.

The only difference between a 4 and 4s kit would be the ECU. The rest of it would be the same.
So would I be right in thinking like this:
ST2 (944cc) becomes ST4 by simply sticking the 4 valve [reduced stroke] (916cc) engine in and remapping, as required, plus peripheral changes.
ST4s gets the bigger bore 4 valve engine (996cc) which carries through to the ABS models.
I think there was a port size change as well between the 916cc and 996cc engines. Therefore the ad just 'forgot' the 's' bit!:confused: Rik
 

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Sounds about right Rik, given that you have a better understanding about the differences between these bikes than I do.

It's not a bad price for the kit actually (£888.36) considering the Staintune pipes alone are £1,173.00 to buy new here in the UK.

Mind you there's 19% VAT on top of that, which brings it up to £1,057.15.
Still not bad for the full kit. I'm sure it was a heck of a lot more than that back in the day.
 

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More than I paid for my bike "yow are considerably richer than me" Rik
 

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Cos that's still more than a third of my whole bike! [A quarter if you include keeping the old bitch working] Rik
 
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