Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Ontario, CANADA
I can't see this as anything but a track unit. For the street, the under-tail would require a special brackets for both license and turn signals at a minimum which would have to be supplied by Terminogni as nobody else would build one. At worst, you would need to replace the whole rear lighting assembly with an integrated unit.
The market for this exhaust package is very limited making this totally absurd for street users which constitutes 90%+ of Panigale buyers. Moreover, it's a complicated design making it expensive.
At this point, I'm just wishing for an after-market slip-on that's more efficient, sounds good and simply replaces the stock unit where the exhaust flows symmetrically from both sides of the bike.
2018 Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak
2016 Monster 1200 R
2016 Panigale 959 (gone but not forgotten)