Of course with regards to performance on the 959.Are you wanting them compared with specific regard to the 959 Panigale, or more of a general comparison of the different companies and what they are known for?
are you going to install your stock exhaust to have a Baseline to compare the new Termi's with?i have the Termis exhaust ill have dyno coming soon and pic are up in a different thread ...
that's exactly what I'm NOT looking for... my bike is bone stock and I'm wondering how much performance difference adding one of these exhausts will doso if you thread search dyno run stock 959 there is base line runs ( yes for EU version ) they're a little more restrictive then our's in the states but i can only image not by much , plus that video with the EU bike with akra exhaust that was it, now when i dyno it wont just be with with exhaust but also air filter and tuner then dyno and map so im sure my results will have a considerable increase in HP & TQ over EU bike ....
c'mon... u can't possibly think i'm asking about a slip-on comparison...That's where your not getting any exhaust free up the flow so much due to the cats are in the exhaust canister so even a slip on will delete the cats , meaning more power
Fully agree, especially with the 60mm primaries. The motor does not need bigger headers, so unless you just want to remove weight or do 75mm ones and move your power band up even more, a slip on is your best bang for the buck by far.Come on bud , full systems on our bikes are point less waste of money if you knew this bike or did your research you would know that , your best gain with exhaust would come just from a slip on
( the why ) again due to the cats being inside the stock exhaust tip or canisters restrict air flow now if you throw in a slip on that deletes the cats and removes the servo motor and that let it breath better in terms more gain ...
wow - do you think that's a typo? like the web dev just copied and pasted without updating the text?The slip-on performance numbers availability are slim to none. The Akrapovic performance specification gains for the now defunct Panigale 899 is only published for the full EVO Akra titanium system and not for the slip-on. And even then, the maximum gains are about 4.7HP in the 5900rpm range with very little advantage at the top end. Moreover, their Akra slip-on spec advantages listed for the 899 are those from the 1199 which is disturbing. (see the footnote on the screen-shot attached) You would think they would have tried the slip-on first before the full Akra? That's disturbing.
Full EVO Akra titanium system
That's not a typo as the gains shown are higher for the slip-on than the Full titanium system. Those numbers are from the 1199 not the 899. Akra would certainly show the 899 slip-on numbers if there were a marketable performance increase. The fact that they are not showing those figures really bother me.wow - do you think that's a typo? like the web dev just copied and pasted without updating the text?
Congrats. Mine is all paid for, got my plates but pushing back the delivery date on account of the **** snow. We got a few inches last night. Weirdest April I've seen in years. Looking forward to hearing those DB's as well.I take delivery of my 959 this Friday so I will soon learn the skinny on this bike first hand.
I hear ya! Did you purchase the Akro slip-ons?Congrats. Mine is all paid for, got my plates but pushing back the delivery date on account of the **** snow. We got a few inches last night. Weirdest April I've seen in years. Looking forward to hearing those DB's as well.