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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 08:58 AM   #11
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Price On RB Evo and Race

Evo $605
Race $800
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Anyone know the MSRP of the Rapidbike EVO?

I've looked around and haven't come up with anything.

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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 09:00 AM   #12
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Any A/F tuning will make your bike run better than the stock crappy maps that comes from the factory. Not blaming Ducati or any other manufacturer but the stupid EPA regulations they are forced to comply with.
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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 09:22 AM   #13
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Sorry to stray from topic but how does an "VERY" rich factory tune help a bike pass "STRENGENT" EPA regulations?

I read these two things every time the factory tune comes up.

I think that this bike had a harder time with noise emissions than gas emissions. It's a LOUD bike. Does a richer mix do anything to help quiet a motor or exhaust note?

I guarantee that the 39T sprocket was used to keep the rpm's lower for the whatever speed pass, in whatever gear, to pass noise emission standards. Barely.
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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 09:32 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by YTURAN View Post
Evo $605
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What company is this?
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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 09:36 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by bikenamenumber View Post
Sorry to stray from topic but how does an "VERY" rich factory tune help a bike pass "STRENGENT" EPA regulations?

I read these two things every time the factory tune comes up.

I think that this bike had a harder time with noise emissions than gas emissions. It's a LOUD bike. Does a richer mix do anything to help quiet a motor or exhaust note?

I guarantee that the 39T sprocket was used to keep the rpm's lower for the whatever speed pass, in whatever gear, to pass noise emission standards. Barely.
Not sure but mine was lean as hell
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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 09:37 AM   #16
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What company is this?
CYCLE PRO - ORLANDO
www.thecyclepro.com

www.rapidbike.us (not active yet, coming soon )
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Yaman, what's the difference between the two Rapidbike versions?
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Old Apr 23rd 2014, 10:43 AM   #18
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Yaman, what's the difference between the two Rapidbike versions?
Main difference is , ignition timing, units come premapped for Panigale. Ignition map and base fuel injection mapping to start with
Race also comes with pit lane limiter function, with a switch you can set you pit lane speed for any RPM and gear individually and adjustment of engine breaking.
Evo system doesn't do:
Ignition timing
Engine brake
Pit Lane limiter

Both are quick shift ready and highly adjustable, one sensor does GP or normal shift.

but is still has adaptive fuel injection for individual cylinders along with fuel injection mapping.
another good future is , the both units are re programmable if you get a different bike it can be used again with a new wiring harness.
if you actually priced PCV with ignition module and Auto Tune (which is a data logger and does not do both cylinders) Race system is cheaper.
PS: IGNITION MAPPING IS ALREADY DONE WITH THE RACE UNIT: If your tuner has a DynoJet 250i, good luck with the ignition mapping! 250i does not give you a HP or TQ numbers while holding the bike at certain RPM and TP. in order to create a ignition mapping, torque output is usually used while holding the RPM and throttle position steady while reading the Tq on screen and making appropriate changes. This process is very hard on the bike and time consuming.
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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
Any A/F tuning will make your bike run better than the stock crappy maps that comes from the factory. Not blaming Ducati or any other manufacturer but the stupid EPA regulations they are forced to comply with.
The Termi maps are for "off-road use only" so they're not developed to satisfy any emissions (gas or sound) requirements. The thing I don't like about ECU re-flashing or Up-Maps is that they are developed typically on one or a few bikes, in one geographic location. Termi maps are likely made in northern Italy on Euro bikes with Euro gas. How that hell is that supposed to be perfect for my my bike, at sea-level in FL with Ethanol-infused 93 octane?

That's why the Rapid Bike Race system makes sense to me. The Italians that program it have to start with base maps the same as Termi/Ducati, but then their system reads the O2 sensors and then auto-adjusts to make a truly custom map in real time, all the time, based on current bike and atmospheric conditions. Sound like the best option to me, theoretically anyway. Certain worth a try for my money and I will report my results.
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The Termi maps are for "off-road use only" so they're not developed to satisfy any emissions (gas or sound) requirements. The thing I don't like about ECU re-flashing or Up-Maps is that they are developed typically on one or a few bikes, in one geographic location. Termi maps are likely made in northern Italy on Euro bikes with Euro gas. How that hell is that supposed to be perfect for my my bike, at sea-level in FL with Ethanol-infused 93 octane?

That's why the Rapid Bike Race system makes sense to me. The Italians that program it have to start with base maps the same as Termi/Ducati, but then their system reads the O2 sensors and then auto-adjusts to make a truly custom map in real time, all the time, based on current bike and atmospheric conditions. Sound like the best option to me, theoretically anyway. Certain worth a try for my money and I will report my results.
I agree.

I'd love to hear more first hand impressions and see a dyno or two. For science.
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