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Old Jun 9th 2017, 06:15 PM   #31
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Yeah that's what I was told by my dealer also. Don't think you can buy one after warranty is expired.
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Old Jun 10th 2017, 05:20 AM   #32
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Please share details on making 195 rwhp from your 1199

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Old Jun 18th 2017, 12:18 PM   #33
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Here is a nice learning experience for everyone, including me.

So when I bought the bike back the gentleman I sold it to told me that once he started riding it, it would randomly stall and did it about three times within 1,000 miles. He chose to have the dealership disconnect the RapidBike module as he thought that was the problem. (When he told me about it I rolled my eyes and told him about the "Italian charm" that Ducati's have with randomly stalling)

I rode it for a bit and it had no problems, but damm it was slow. It just didnt seem to have any pep to it, even over 8,000. I assumed it was just because it was apples to oranges to my H2.

So I decide to reconnect it. I spoke to the dealer and they told me it was disconnected fully but the harness was still in place. I knew this was at least partially accurate as I could see the module had the big connector still on it.

Yeah...Standby for this revelation....

I take the fairings off, start looking at the O2 connector wiring, in the ECU bay, and it looks strangely connected. I look all over for the disconnected plugs for the RapidBike and cant find them. I could swear the O2 sensor wiring is still in place. I disconnect everything in the ECU bay and set it all free and look at the TPS plugs and obviously the RapidBike wires are off. I go back to the other side and look at the Crankshaft sensor wires and im positive they are connected to RapidBike, cause its the same plastic wire tie configuration as when it was installed. I look at the battery and its still got the RapidBike power to it.

So.....I realize the dealership didnt disconnect anything but the TPS wire. I am mystified as to how the bike is even running with the O2 and crank sensors still connected to RapidBike and out of the loop of the ECU !

So I reconnect the TPS wires, rewire the ECU bay, put it all back together and say the prayer we all do when we reassemble a bunch of stuff, and fire it up. Starts up really good and hard idle that settles down after a bit. I know the RapidBike is managing the engine now.

Take it for a ride and its like a raped ape, pulls VERY hard.

Interesting experience. Even more interesting that the bike will run with half of the RapidBike disconnected.

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Old Jun 18th 2017, 12:18 PM   #34
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Old Jun 19th 2017, 05:21 AM   #35
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Hello NOLA

When I first read your opening post here, I was ready to write just to say farewell and best wishes on a totally new ride! Then, after reading more, I see it was a short lived departure and that you chose to remain in the Ducati Family a bit longer!

Sincere congrats on everything you have sold & acquired for yourself NOLA.
May you enjoy all these toys and remain safe while riding whatever bike you choose to let rip out there man! All the best.

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Old Jun 19th 2017, 02:53 PM   #36
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Old Jun 19th 2017, 03:46 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by Gunny Fitz View Post
Hello NOLA

When I first read your opening post here, I was ready to write just to say farewell and best wishes on a totally new ride! Then, after reading more, I see it was a short lived departure and that you chose to remain in the Ducati Family a bit longer!

Sincere congrats on everything you have sold & acquired for yourself NOLA.
May you enjoy all these toys and remain safe while riding whatever bike you choose to let rip out there man! All the best.

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Hey Gunny,

Yeah my first post was like a year ago when I departed you all for a short bit. I am back, and thank you

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Old Jun 20th 2017, 10:36 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by kllrvet View Post
Please share details on making 195 rwhp from your 1199

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I have 193 rwhp on my 13. I talked with a shop tuner (EDR) and he said it's not hard to get 20 hp with air filter, exhaust, and tune.
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Old Jun 20th 2017, 11:32 PM   #39
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Haha I just read the first post and then post 17 good to see you're still around.
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I have 193 rwhp on my 13. I talked with a shop tuner (EDR) and he said it's not hard to get 20 hp with air filter, exhaust, and tune.
I'm an EDR fan, but it's pretty well known that they have a VERY generous dyno.
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