GoPro | Ducati Monster 696 Riding at Bandung, Indonesia
Helmet cam use GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition riding a Ducati Monster 696 2011
with TERMIGNONI Exhaust Slip On
Ducati Monster 696 is the perfect big daily ride in urban city with cool
looks and sounds wild enough to make people notice, Ducati produces
Also a little trip to BMW Motorrad on the next day..
Ducati 696 with termi's
Steph's new riding gear. I have had to repost as stephy0072 as I am unable
to access my stephy0071 account. This is due to a screw up with youtube
Leo Vince SBK Slip-On (No Baffle) on Ducati Monster 696
This video will show side by side comparison of the 2009 Ducati Monster 696
before and after Leo Vince SBK LV One EVO II Slip-On installed. For this
install the baffle was removed for richer sound. In the video are examples
of both Exhaust indoors, outdoors,
riding by and a clip without the Exhaust installed.
It is not recomended to ride without an Exhaust muffler installed, hower I did so only
As always, videos don't do the Exhaust
justice. They sound much better in person.
Slip-Ons were purchased from Moto Wheels
**Let me know what you think of the YouTube motion shift for shake
reduction, it's a little weird but I might be able to get used to it.
Ducati Monster 796 - Arrow Thunder Dark Exhaust (with Carbon End-caps).
Video clip of my 2011 Ducati Monster 796 with Arrow Dark Aluminum slip-ons
with carbon fiber end-caps.
This was a cold start (temp was approximately 10 degrees celcius) and the
bike was not started for 24 hours prior. Even when cold, RPM at idle stayed
in the range of the original OEM Exhaust without having the ECU remapped or
changed in anyway.
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Ducati 1199s Panigale & CBR600RR Lowside On The Snake | Johnny5sWorld
On a cold Sunday there were 4 lowsides that I knew of, this is the video
for two. Sorry for the shaky footage (more details below)
CBR600RR - Q2 Tires, track bodywork ziptied together. Rider was on cold
tires moments before lowside. Pressures were also too high for the weather.
No injury to rider, just cosmetic damage to the bike.
Ducati Panigale - 1199s was a rental from racyrentals.com, rider was from
out of town and only had two days on the bike. bike was damaged heavily
from frame, forks, wheels & bodywork. Rider only had minor bruises and road
rash to right forearm. Bike carried full coverage from rental so a $2500.00
vehicle waiver will be charged for the damage.
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Footage Captured: GoPro Hero 3+ http://GoPro.com
Video Edited: Sony Vegas Pro 12 (Platinum Edition)
Audio Created/Edited: Fruity Loopz/VirtualDJ (DJ Rinzler)
Speed is in MPH.
"I came in to hot and want onto the double yellow and just washed out" -