After years of customers requesting an exhaust for the Ducati Panigale, Toce dropped the slip on. Now customers were requesting systems for the Ducati Panigale V2. So we got one in the shop and got to work. The V2 is very similar to the Ducati 959, however, there were quite a few changes made from fairing & windscreen and the addition of the Ducati Multimedia System Module. Though the same chassis, same 955cc engine, most of the suspension and braking setup. They did update much of the engine internals, which lightens the load of the bike in comparison.
Because of these similarities, we were able to rather quickly develop the exhaust for the Panigale V2, from its sister, the 959. The V2 Exhaust flows differently as the servo motor for the bike is on the muffler box, opposed to on the collector for the downpipes. As a result, unlike the Ducati 959, we were unable to offer the optional servo motor bracket with the Panigale V2, and rather delete it in its entirety. This did not pose an issue with low-end tq loss as Toce expected, due to the redesign of the baffle assembly, and optional decibel killers and baffle kits (which can be purchased in addition for optimal performance and sound tweaking for your setup)
Toce Performance works with Woolich Racing for their tuning capabilities and is currently awaiting the SBC team in Australia to finish up the encoding needed to offer the ECU flashes for the Ducati Panigale V2, to complement their systems as they do for the previous trims of Panigale's. Over 80% lighter than the factory assemblies that weight 15.5 pounds down to 6.4!