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If you have time to help that is. Can you put the MV Agusta F4's exhaust pipes on a Ducati 748 Could it be done? I love the MV's quad-exhaust system but really am not a fan of the MV's looks - I preffer the Ducati's looks. I can't choose whether to get a MV Agusta F4 (1000cc) bike or a Ducati 848 - I love the Duc's looks and the fact that it has approximately 849cc (its true 1000cc may be too much for me to handle - especially as an everyday ride!). If I had it my way I'd get the Duc and wack those MV pipes out back - oh and those 190mm rear tyres (just for looks!). In all seriousness I really want to know the following: 1. Which will be a more civilized tool; i.e. which will be better to live with everyday? 2. Which bike will be easier to learn on (yes I know they both have way over 800cc, but still I wouldn't mind your opinion on this!). (When I say learn I mean learn to ride on because I have a younger brother who can learn using my new bike.). 3. Which of these two bikes can carry a passenger (I actually haven't seen the bikes yet because they are on order and have not arrived yet.). I really want to be able to take someone on the back of my bike every now and then. 4. Last but not least, if I got a Ducati 848 can I get those exhaust pipes on it! Thanks guys for reading and taking the time answering my post (if you really can be bothered!) - but please be bothered! haha. Thanks so much again for all your help. ,In all seriousness? 1. What do you mean - how do you intend to use the bike, commuting, weekend riding? 2. Neither bike is suitable to learn on. You are in SA. Neither of these bikes are LAMS compliant. 3. Either, but they won't like or thank you for it. 4. No. The MV has 4 cylinders, the Ducati has 2,,,

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    nathan Dec 20, 2013

    the MV exhaust is designed for that bike, running it on another bike would be stupid, MV's run an exhaust flap which can be easily removed and is better,although the MV's run a computer system and maps need to be entered into it, normally when the MV's come in for service the new updated maps are tuned in..personally i work with MV's in the workshop and when they give trouble they give trouble..plenty of power but honestly i can't wait to get off them when i take them for test runs..

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