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Old Jun 28th 2013, 08:52 AM   #21
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Yea, Castor...I can do that tomorrow. Picking up some bodywork so I will post both bikes with and without fairings.... :-)
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 09:09 AM   #22
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Whew, lots of replies....lol

FAN IS REMOVED - end of story, lol.....there is a new shroud and attachment which is cut out to make room for the bigger exhaust.

NEW MAP from Ducati Corse, it is a RED unlock key and what I did to install it was to remove the old map, that came with the full Termignoni for the R model, by inserting the key and confirming DOWNLOAD, then I inserted the new key and the dash now says PRO RACING or something like that.

The bike sounds a little different but still awesome!

I WILL dyno the bike with Attack Performance here in Huntington Beach, CA. My last racebike, a 2009 Yamaha R1 with full YEC race ecu, full Akrapovic, BMC air filter and YEC velocity stacks got 80 ft/lbs torque and 170 hp at the wheel.

It's all speculation at this point but I do expect this exhaust will net REAL and significant results, otherwise, why go to the time and trouble to make it?

I go to the track on Sunday to feel the results and then the dyno in the next couple of weeks.

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You didn't dyno before all this though? I am sure it will be insane - I don't have a dyno nearby, but like you say, I would be confident an improvement, the point of them developing this exhaust/map. Sure beats the old days of having to rejet 4 carbs until the sparkplugs were the right color!
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@Trauma, I didn't dyno before because I have been in the middle of a move and new job and trying to fit in some races at Miller Motorsports Park and Willow Springs in the next few weeks in addition to some practice at Willow and Fontana so needless to say I've been super busy. I wanted to do a back to back result but at the end of the day it is really all about what is actually has. The R is already better than the R1 or 1098SBK I have been racing and that is with only one track day to break it in and confirm my setup.

I have some other testing to do with Pirellis to see if I might like those better than the Dunlops or Michelins....they all seems pretty good but the bike was designed around the Pirellis so I will likely end up using those.
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@Trauma, I didn't dyno before because I have been in the middle of a move and new job and trying to fit in some races at Miller Motorsports Park and Willow Springs in the next few weeks in addition to some practice at Willow and Fontana so needless to say I've been super busy. I wanted to do a back to back result but at the end of the day it is really all about what is actually has. The R is already better than the R1 or 1098SBK I have been racing and that is with only one track day to break it in and confirm my setup.

I have some other testing to do with Pirellis to see if I might like those better than the Dunlops or Michelins....they all seems pretty good but the bike was designed around the Pirellis so I will likely end up using those.
Understandable - jealous you can even dyno at all With that exhaust, that is allowing the Panigale to be the best the factory wanted it to be, so dyno or no dyno, it will run like hell!
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 09:40 AM   #26
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it's R only as the map is already in the Ecu. the key just tells it to go get its datasets in a different place. Thanks X, we're waiting for 3 sets here.. we can't wait as the dip is even more pronounced on the R then on the base.. we're really hoping - with you -that it will enhance the 6k+ range... 8 is to high for the power to come in and upsets gear choice as 2 and 3 differ wuit a bit... from what we heard last week, Pro would dramatically better it , with the WSBK pipe to bring back 1198RS punch... but as noone can tell when those will be available, it s a tricky choice... btw : i should get the timing settings next week... succes K
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@kope999R, yes I am interested in those cam timing numbers but I call in a favor and get them if you are having trouble....let me know.

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Where exactly did you get this exhaust? and the mapping for it?

Just to clarify (because the posts are super confusing and not conclusive) the fan is completely removed and replaced with ?? Just a new shroud? A new shroud and fan? Is there no more fan? Is that a good/bad/okay thing? A big problem for the street but OK for the track? OK for the street?
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Old Jun 28th 2013, 10:05 AM   #29
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It s for the R only as map is in the ecu, not in the stick
Track does not need the fan as it doesn't idle much.
Street very much needs the fan as it needs it running to cool the engine when podding around.
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Originally Posted by kope999R View Post
It s for the R only as map is in the ecu, not in the stick
Track does not need the fan as it doesn't idle much.
Street very much needs the fan as it needs it running to cool the engine when podding around.
Awwww maaaan, so there's no way to put this baby on my S eh?
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