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this is the only pic i can upload at this time.. just wondering if someone has a idea of what slip-on these are...
 

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hmmm............i'd say Termi, SilMoto or Fast by Ferracci because of that adapter pipe they use, but they don't use a strap hanger
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Leo Vince maybe?
 

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i dont have a clue what they are..they was on the bike when i got it..im thinking of selling them to buy a set of high mounts and need to know what iv got lol
 

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Not Silmoto; they bolt on without a strap. You might have tried not to stand right in the way of the light when you took the pic. Kind of hard to see them! Take a better picture.
 

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Looking at the straps and the hanger bracket I will say they are FBF. I had those before I got my Doug Cook system
 

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What exhaust is this???

Those are carbon Gio.Ca.Moto, also named Ducati Performance (by the tip-end) oval slip-ons attached with two(2) springs per side. I just sold a set a while back but mine where round not the oval ones. The FBF, Sil-Moto and Termi's end tips are completely different! Not chrome and not angle cut! ;)

I hope this helps!

Vickon:abduct:
 

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Thanks for all the replies..Vickon i think your right after i done some looking iv found a few pics of this exhaust and it looks like mine so thanks for in info..
 

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Here's a pic of the pipes vickon sold me, in "high" position:

Land vehicle Vehicle Alloy wheel Motor vehicle Automotive tire

Auto part Vehicle Automotive exhaust Exhaust system Brake

Love them. Thanks vickon!

Tom


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nice..i love the sound of these but i hate the low mount look and ill never need the rear pegs..is there anyway or someone have any ideas can i get some mounts and mid pipe(s) and just turn these into high mounts?
 

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Hey Hunde, that rear brake fluid is looking dirty.
Hah, yeah it is. I think that's the only fluid I haven't changed - ill get right on it sir!

And yeah, the DP / gia setup on my bike sounds fantastic! Sooo much better than the ratty stayintunes that were on it...


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Gio.Ca....

Here's a pic of the pipes vickon sold me, in "high" position:

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Love them. Thanks vickon!

Tom


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Hello Tom, glad you are happy! I have (if you don't mind) three suggestions!!! First, try attaching the lower spring at the same point were you are attaching the top spring therefore not showing the spring so separated from the exhaust pipe (cleaner-looking), I was going to shave-off the "lower eyelet", believe me it is possible... that's how I used them! See attached pic. Second, I noticed you mounted the muffler bracket on the inside of the aluminum mount but it goes on the outside therefore giving better clearance for the slipons and enabling for a better positioning! Third, grab a shop towel impregnate it with WD-40 and wipe those carbon sleeves with it and the carbon will come back to life!!! Only suggestions! ;)
 

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Hey Jose!

Thanks for the suggestions, I'll definitely flip the spring, looks much better. Probably going to do some custom brackets and intermediate pipes. Really want to get them a bit tighter in, and up a bit sitting parallel to the lower line of the solo-seat body. Many other things (including building a 66 monza 250 race bike!)need to happen in order to pull that off, so might be awhile.

I have tried a few different ways to polish the carbon, but nothing quite works. WD40 is good for sure, but looking at a more permanent solution. I'm having some other CF pieces clear-coated, and might look into high-temp / UV resistant clear coat.

So, sorry for thread-jacking, but that's my story and I'm sticking to it!

Cheers,

Tom


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