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Old Dec 22nd 2013, 06:50 PM   #1
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PCV Auto tune

I tried searching for info and came up with very little. I apologize if it has been beaten to death and I just can't find it, but how does the PCV and auto tune work with the 1199? Are they a good match? Do they work well together? Any and all info is greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!
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Old Dec 22nd 2013, 09:08 PM   #2
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I went with Z-Fi Fuel Controller and aso with self mapper. Z-AFM Self Mapper from http://www.bazzaz.net/index.php/fuel...fm-self-mapper

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Old Dec 23rd 2013, 01:57 AM   #3
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Here's a couple other option that work best on Ducati

http://italianmotostyles.com/tuneboy...ale-1199s.html

Tuneboy reflashes your stock ECU and they've got a few really good maps that come with it.

http://italianmotostyles.com/rapidbi...-panigale.html

RapidBike is the only hardware type system that overrides the stock o2 sensor and allows for full range tuning and auto tuning.
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Old Dec 23rd 2013, 02:16 AM   #4
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When you say it is the only one that overrides stock o2 sensors, wouldn't the auto tune with the pcv do the same? you would replace the stock sensors with the wideband sensors.
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Old Dec 23rd 2013, 03:30 AM   #5
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When you say it is the only one that overrides stock o2 sensors, wouldn't the auto tune with the pcv do the same? you would replace the stock sensors with the wideband sensors.

The stock ECU is what controls the tuning in low rpms. For example the 1098 engine can not be tuned by any piggy back unit unless you reflash the ECU turning off the o2 sensor and all that emission crap on the bike. Most people who buy Dynojet or Bazzaz don't know this and only see the improvements above 4000 rpm. Not sure what the rpm range is on the Panigale.

Tuneboy turns all that stuff off so you can create custom maps with their software or use one of their dyno built maps.

Rapidbike does all of the above plus auto tuning and does not turn off your o2 sensors. It's plug and play.

Both are great.
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Old Dec 23rd 2013, 04:21 AM   #6
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Also, the customer service and knowledge at the store Il mostro is referring to. "ITALIAN Moto Styles has an excellent and knowledgeable staff... I am purchasing a couple of things from them in the new year and they always gave me the best and competitive price....

If you were gonna get anything for the 1199, check with them first..
Highly recommended
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Old Dec 23rd 2013, 02:07 PM   #7
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If I go the termi full exhaust route with the up map, should I still install an aftermarket fuel management? Does the termi headers come with o2 bungs?
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Old Dec 29th 2013, 08:35 AM   #8
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I had a full Termignoni system with upmap and my fueling was terrible. My bike surged at low speed. Then THAT WOMAN cut me off and my bike went to the hospital.

When she came out she had a ceramic coated standard manifold and a CW slip on with a PCV, Auto Tune MWR filter and Pro Stock Mapping. She makes slightly more power than before and her fueling feels perfect (no more surging etc).

Within the next few months she will transition back to a full (albeit modified) Termignoni which will also be ceramic coated. I would expect a bit more power to come from it. She is a lot more technical to ride on the street now as her throttle is super sensitive (the way I like it).

Ok she also has a 42 tooth quick change rear sprocket now.

Damn she barks with that CW slip on and the race mapping
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Two decisions I did make in the last week was giving my dealer the Ok on the full termi's and the 41tooth sprocket with chain.
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