Not sure but I think it’s the style of end can. One is slash cut and the other cut normally at 90°, with mesh over the end, maybe...
Which Arrow can did you replace with this? I'm thinking of converting my US spec to the Euro style. I currently have the SBK (Now Revok) SP-1 in my posession, unmounted. But, the Arrow Pro Race Nicrom with a Termignoni midpipe seems more appealing. Unsure if I need the Y-pipe you speak of for this combination.Just saw this photo on their IG page today. Looks like these might be our exhausts.
I e-mailed SBK when I placed an order for the GP1 exhaust a couple of days ago and they told me to specify whether I have the US or Euro spec bike. I replied that I have the Euro spec exhaust and was informed that the GP1 is “100% compatible” out of the box with the Euro spec.
The main difference between the US and Euro version with regards to installing a de-cat exhaust is the center/mid y-pipe. One has a male end and the other a female end. I converted my US center pipe to the Euro version a couple of years ago to install a Euro spec Arrow exhaust. The Euro pipe cost me $300usd after tax and shipping.
I’ll post an update after I attempt installation. Good luck!
It'll work on a US bike. The fitment isn't great. I feel like the midpipe could be elongated a bit so it's not rubbing on the oil pan, and it will definitely melt the black plastic underbelly even with heat shield. The db level is obnoxious, so I installed a custom db killer from Pipewerx. I've only had it on for about a week. I do prefer it over the stock exhaust. But, I'm still thinking the Termignoni midpipe and Arrow race can would be better. That setup would require the Euro y-pipe judging by the photos, and a exhaust hanger that replaces the passenger footpegs.Hi, I’m curious if you were able to get this to fit on your US Spec Ducati without a Y pipe from another region? Will this work on our Us bikes ?