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Old May 30th 2017, 06:57 AM   #1
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Has anybody here brought their 1299 in for the latest Ducati electronic update? Just dropped mine off for the latest performance upgrade for the electronics. Dealer informed me I was the first bike at their dealership and upgrade just came out a month ago. Should be same updated electronic package (algorithms) as the Annivarsario. Just asking if you had it done and noticed the difference. Thanks in advance.
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Has anybody here brought their 1299 in for the latest Ducati electronic update? Just dropped mine off for the latest performance upgrade for the electronics. Dealer informed me I was the first bike at their dealership and upgrade just came out a month ago. Should be same updated electronic package (algorithms) as the Annivarsario. Just asking if you had it done and noticed the difference. Thanks in advance.
I have not yet but plan on it. When I last asked about it the dealer was waiting to hear back a price on the upgrade. How much are they charging you?
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Old May 30th 2017, 07:18 AM   #3
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Interested also in the results and pricing of this
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Old May 30th 2017, 07:50 AM   #4
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Funnily enough just as I wrote this above an email arrived offering the evo update from Ducati Germany
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What's in it vs stock package?

I have a 7.5k service coming up in the next two weeks and I might consider it.

I found the below in an MCN article...is this it?

If it's modulating spark advance, I wonder if it's compatible w/ my RB module which already modifies ignition based on the stock map.


It would appear drifting the bike Anniversario is distinctly possible thanks to its new traction control algorithms, which allow more precise and consistent intervention.

Like everything in computing, evolution and improvement is all about being able to crunch numbers, evaluate the data and create a solution is a shorter amount of time and Ducati has no doubt used all of the work it has done in MotoGP and WSB to help with this.

At the heart of the system is a Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), which senses the bike’s lean angle and other parameters to judge the required intervention to control the spin of the rear wheel. Within each DTC EVO setting this level of spin can be metered out precisely and consistently. At DTC level one there is enough freedom of slip to allow the rear wheel to spin quite some way beyond what has been previously possible with the DTC turned on.

DTC EVO adds the ability to intervene with the control of the throttle body butterfly valves, in addition to altering spark advance and fuel injection. Under conditions in which high-speed intervention of the DTC EVO system is not needed, closing of the butterfly valves allows the system to manage traction while maintaining optimal combustion parameters, resulting in smoother intervention and engine response.

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Originally Posted by Slowdive2 View Post
What's in it vs stock package?

I have a 7.5k service coming up in the next two weeks and I might consider it.
From the ducati website:

Ducati Traction & Wheelie Control Evo.

It is based on a new algorithm that makes operations quicker and more precise. It interfaces with the Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and measures the lean angle of the motorcycle at any time, using it to assess more accurately the action required and ensuring the perfect slipping of the rear tyre (according to the DTC EVO level enabled). Furthermore, the DTC EVO activates throttle body valves, in addition to the management of the ignition and injection advance. In all situations in which the quick action of the DTC EVO is not required, the use of throttle body valves allows keeping the best combustion parameters, resulting in a response of the engine and a smoother action. SPIN ON DEMAND: when the DTC EVO is set to level 1 or 2, it adds a new function that allows the rider to drive the motorcycle at a level that in the past could be achieved only by experienced riders or professional riders. The Spin on Demand function provides a dynamic slipping control directly related to the rider request. Now, when the motorcycle is leaning into a turn, the rider can use the throttle as a direct interface with the system and, only for requests exceeding 120 Nm of torque, obtain a greater rear wheel slipping with respect to the one permitted by the standard intervention level of the DTC EVO, in order to start a gradual power oversteer which, by controlling the safety parameters, allows in effect closing the trajectory with the rear wheel.
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i wonder why they can't implement this on the R's
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Maybe because the suspension on the R is manual and this upgrade is tied in with the electronics on the whole bike. Either that or because of the displacement differences and tolerances between the S and R models.
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Originally Posted by Mrdcook2 View Post
From the ducati website:

Ducati Traction & Wheelie Control Evo.

... Furthermore, the DTC EVO activates throttle body valves, in addition to the management of the ignition and injection advance....
This is the part that concerns me as a Rapid Bike Race user. The RB module is already advancing the ignition, so will this upgrade and the RB module compound to create an undesirable condition.
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