Getting the Best Exhaust For Your Ducati V4 Panigale

Unplugging the Ducati Panigale with an aftermarket slip-on is a desirable modification that reduces weight and allows the bike to breathe (and speak) a bit more freely. These under-slung systems can be a bit pricey but are still cool, and it looks like Ducati Panigale V4 can use them too.

Here are some of the best exhaust options to let your Ducati Panigale V4 sing:


The Termignoni dual silencer slip-on exhaust ($2,485) goes well with the Ducati Panigale V4 (red and Bolognese). It maintains similar lines to the stock setup and features titanium sleeves and stainless steel internals. It also includes two racing silencers so that the underbelly-mounted system can utilize the original manifolds. You may need to remove the catalytic converter from the original system to install this setup.

The stainless-steel silencers are distinguished by a titanium sleeve and a machined-from-billet black-anodized aluminum end cap. The exhaust tubes are stainless steel with a carbon heat shield. Termignoni claims a 10-horsepower boost, putting your V4 over the 200 HP mark.


This Arrows Works titanium exhaust is one of the most popular options for Panigale owners due to their solid reputation and affordable price ($1,995). The new titanium-constructed system is solid and aggressive. The stainless-steel mufflers are coated in titanium skin with beautiful carbon-fiber end caps.

The Arrow Works titanium exhaust with Termignoni T-800 UPMAP reduces weight and helps improve both the torque and horsepower of your Ducati V4.  The stainless steel mid-pipe allows you to tune your bike's noise to your liking, by eliminating the catalytic converter, and giving a throaty roar to your bike.


The FM Projects titanium exhaust allows your Panigale V4 to breathe and changes your motorcycle’s overall riding dynamic. It’s guaranteed to boost your Panigale to the next level, whether you’re looking for the best sound, astounding performance, or just drop-dead gorgeous looks.

This exhaust is perfect for the track day warriors, or racing, and is currently being used by several racing teams. The only drawback of this exhaust is that it's quite expensive. Also, if you plan to install it onto a street bike, you will need to custom fabricate a plate-holder bracket, resulting in spending a few more bucks in your quest for perfection.

Do you already have an advanced exhaust system on your Panigale V4? Let us know what performance gains you've experienced in the comment section below.

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