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Mivv Exhausts?

Discussion in 'Clothing, Gadgets & Equipment' started by AndyD2574, May 16, 2019.

  1. Anyone any experience with Mivv exhausts?

    Seem value for money or cheap and nasty?......cant decide?

    Wat cheaper than Termi / Akra but worried they are just aweful?

    Cheers
     
  2. Nothing wrong with Mivv. Not as sexy as a top brand but good looking and durable as most
     
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  3. I've got one of my BMW race bike and its great. Havn't had it dyno'd since getting race maps but it's feels very strong so no reason to expect any less power than with the akros really.
     
  4. Mate has one on his DVT, seems to like it as its decent finish and makes a better noise than standard
     
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  5. Had the Mivv suono and decat on my previous 15dvt, good quality and sound sold it on to another forum member when I got new 1260
     
  6. I have mates with mivv cans and they like them.

    If you want to go cheaper still, check out the delkevic Web site. I've not seen one of these in the flesh, but the price is very good,
     
  7. I also know someone running Lextek and they like them too.
     
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  9. I put one on my scrambler, love it.
     
  10. Hello, sorry for asking here, but i cannot figure out how to start a thread myself,i had picked up a set of mivv gp pipes myself for my 2003 ducati 999 . Im trying to find the license plate and tail light bracket/holder that works with having these pipes on,any help or links where to buy i would be thankful. EDIT, i ended up getting the bracket though it was difficult to track down,had it shipped from italy from mivv through moto machines. The pipes sound great btw.
     
    #12 Hooride, Oct 15, 2019
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2019
  11. please don't.
    They really are very shit indeed. Not as bad as viper but not far off.

    You go to them when you just simply can't get oem anymore.

    they're the motad nexxus of the modern age.