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Not a fan, the twin exit from Austin Racing looks better. The exhausts on this bike have been severely disappointing, although a good thing since I can now save a few thousand and devote it towards suspension/weight saving purchases.
 

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Installing a slip on like the Spark, does it throw an engine/warning light? As the exhaust flapper valve is connected to the stock muffler box....

Any info would help as i plan to de-core my stock muffler box or simply buy a slip-on...
Im just scared of the engine/warning light may turn on....

Any feedback would help..
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Miguel
Philippines
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I almost liked that Austin Racing one until I saw it costs $100 less than the Termignoni.

Curious what this Spark one costs, though I have an idea unless it's quite a deal I've already got my mind made up
 

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Installing a slip on like the Spark, does it throw an engine/warning light? As the exhaust flapper valve is connected to the stock muffler box....

Any info would help as i plan to de-core my stock muffler box or simply buy a slip-on...
Im just scared of the engine/warning light may turn on....

Any feedback would help..
Thanks,
Miguel
Philippines
V4 base model
If the V4 is anything like the 959 the answer is no. It does not throw a CEL warning.
I have the entire servo removed from my Panigale 959. No issues.
I know it's not a definitive answer for the V4 but chances are optimistic.
If not, companies like the link below will soon make a dongle to prevent a CEL.
vizi-tec - Ducati exhaust valve eliminator
 
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