The great Ducati 748 exhaust experiment

Ever wondered what a Ducati sounds like with different exhausts? Probably not, but just in case you’re curious, I’ve put together a quick demo. ** Please click the ads, all (not much) ad money goes to motorcycle charity www.riders.org ** This video shows a standard Ducati 748 Biposto with the standard, road legal exhaust, then a carbon Termignoni race exhaust, then with no exhaust at all. The microphone does it’s best to capture the sound of the last one but I think you get the idea how loud it is. Incidentally, the high-pitched clattering sound is the dry clutch and is part of what makes a Ducati sound so crazy.
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ORIGINAL PATENT APPLICATION NUMBER 143,745 FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN EXHAUST PIPES FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES PARTICULARLY APPLICABLE TO ENGINES CARRIED ON AIRCRAFT. (NORFOLK).

ORIGINAL PATENT APPLICATION NUMBER 143,745 FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN EXHAUST PIPES FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES PARTICULARLY APPLICABLE TO ENGINES CARRIED ON AIRCRAFT. (NORFOLK).

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Performance Exhaust Systems: Car Restoration Tips : How to Make Compound Bends in Mufflers

Make a compound bend in a muffler to fit the pipe in tight places by making two tight bends together; learn how to make a compound muffler bend in this free auto-repair video. Expert: Doug Jenkins Bio: Doug, of Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, not only servers the entire nation, but even customers outside the US have found the shop’s services indispensable. Filmmaker: Ross Safronoff
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