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microtec ( nemesis) standalone ecu , fmf slip ons , exhaust valve removed along with o2 sensors and charcoal canister

at some point i'll scan the dyno chart (don't have a scanner at home)

before ecu
bike ran alright but below 4k it was very twitchy (due to emissions and running horribly lean) would stand the front end up 4.5k and above through the first 3 gears
installed ecu with a stupidly rich base map and ran:
uncorrected dyno (cf 1.0) on a 90 degree day
146.50hp 82 ftlbs

after the tune
same conditions
uncorrected dyno (cf 1.0) on a 90 degree day
151hp 90 ftlbs

bike feels soooo much better .. still some room left on the table with the software but theres some more stuff i wanna do mostly full exhaust and filter...

bike will lift the wheel off idle just by rolling on it .. low rpm drivabilty is almost as good as the 10 .. no twitching at all just all around soo much better


sae #'s btw
 

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I have read a lot on the duc forums about the bikes running like shite until they were tuned with an aftermarket pipe.
 

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pretty respectable numbers for a twin. Ducati really got those bikes right.
 

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what kind of duc?
 

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pretty respectable numbers for a twin. Ducati really got those bikes right.
For a twin? Those numbers are stout for any liter bike.

Did you read this part? VVV

sae #'s btw
SAE reads 10% below dynojet numbers, on average.

For reference, my 2006 10R pulled 147.3hp and 86 torque SAE.

151 rwhp SAE = 166.1 rwhp Dynojet.
 

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For a twin? Those numbers are stout for any liter bike.

Did you read this part? VVV



SAE reads 10% below dynojet numbers, on average.

For reference, my 2006 10R pulled 147.3hp and 86 torque SAE.

151 rwhp SAE = 166.1 rwhp Dynojet.
Well it is a 1200cc after all, so I am not that impressed:crackup:
I would rock one without a doubt, the torque is where its at after all.
 

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Well it is a 1200cc after all, so I am not that impressed:crackup:
I would rock one without a doubt, the torque is where its at after all.
True. Cheating bastards.

And I would rock the sh*t outta one, too.

I look forward to owning one in the not too distant future, in fact. I'd like to make the 10R a track bike, and have an 1198 for the street. :mrgreen:
 

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yea it pulls like a raped ape haha

once i get the full exhaust i'll get another tune + a c16 tune (ecu can switch 2 maps on the fly)

some talk about new air intake tubes and velocity stacks that are making good numbers on the 1098r so i might have to wait a lil
 

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Damn... 1098's make me drool especially after i did a full blown session on my buddies when we swapped. Def next bike. thats torque on exits is so predictable. Congrats.
 

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Well it is a 1200cc after all, so I am not that impressed:crackup:
I would rock one without a doubt, the torque is where its at after all.
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