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Completed the exhaust disassembly last night in preparation for the delivery of my new Termi today..... only casualty was the exhaust clamp. Everything else came off/out without any of the issue I was expecting after reading some of the other install comments. With the exhaust clamp though, I'm guessing I was suppose to reuse it, so does anybody have the dia. handy so I pick one up at the local shop on the way home (forgot to measure it, and forgot to bring it with me)?
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Completed the exhaust disassembly last night in preparation for the delivery of my new Termi today..... only casualty was the exhaust clamp. Everything else came off/out without any of the issue I was expecting after reading some of the other install comments. With the exhaust clamp though, I'm guessing I was suppose to reuse it, so does anybody have the dia. handy so I pick one up at the local shop on the way home (forgot to measure it, and forgot to bring it with me)?
Keep us posted. There's been a few in here that have done the installation so at least you can tap into their knowledge if you get stuck.
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Actually I just looked at the install instructions online, and it looks like I just use springs on reassembly, perfect! Maybe somebody could still confirm for me if they already completed the install...
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Actually I just looked at the install instructions online, and it looks like I just use springs on reassembly, perfect! Maybe somebody could still confirm for me if they already completed the install...
ask @Derek he often does his own work instead of paying someone to do what he is capable of.
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Completed the exhaust disassembly last night in preparation for the delivery of my new Termi today..... only casualty was the exhaust clamp. Everything else came off/out without any of the issue I was expecting after reading some of the other install comments. With the exhaust clamp though, I'm guessing I was suppose to reuse it, so does anybody have the dia. handy so I pick one up at the local shop on the way home (forgot to measure it, and forgot to bring it with me)?
You do not reuse the exhaust clamp. I procured one thinking I needed it, but nope... Just springs. Make sure to re-check the exhaust flanges, I had mine come loose. They are a bugger to get at. The shop actually took the shock out to make it easier. I wish I had done that.

Use anti-seize on re-assembled threads. I do not believe the factory used any on a few of my bolts. I had the same clamp issue, as well as the inner shield bolts hang up.
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Yes you don't need to use the OEM clamp. I did however and now I see that is why my inner OEM shield bolts were not long enough. The clamp caused the springs to bulge a bit keeping the shield further away from clip nuts on header...my bad. Having said that my joint is good and tight and does not leak...

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So, Termi is installed!


But I didn't quite understand what to do with the "Unhook the motor valve, rotate it by 180degrees and screw it in again" step? Rotate the entire unit? Anybody have any pictures or have any clearer directions they could provide me with?
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So, Termi is installed!


But I didn't quite understand what to do with the "Unhook the motor valve, rotate it by 180degrees and screw it in again" step? Rotate the entire unit? Anybody have any pictures or have any clearer directions they could provide me with?
I took mine off and used the Servobuddy.
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I took mine off and used the Servobuddy.

Happen to have a link for it?
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Happen to have a link for it?
Here was my post with the part number. Pretty much find the best retailer you like, I think I used Woodcraft:

https://www.ducatisupersport939.net/...y-install.html
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