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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 10:12 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Capt CF View Post
2k? Man, you got taken to the cleaners. Now that the Akras are out you can find these things for next to nothing. I traded my aero fairing extensions and stock seat for them straight across.
Is it still April Fools day???
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 10:25 AM   #22
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2k? Man, you got taken to the cleaners. Now that the Akras are out you can find these things for next to nothing. I traded my aero fairing extensions and stock seat for them straight across.
2k for a full system i dont think i got taken. it was brand new from a dealer. 1500 for the slips 2 years ago 850 for the pipe end of summer. 2350. sold my slip upmap for 350 2k all in.

show me where you can get a full termi system brand new for 2k. youre just mad cause you paid 170 for slips
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 11:07 AM   #23
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Is it still April Fools day???
Come on, do we all have to celebrate the same day? Besides, getting Mark worked up was worth it.
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 12:03 PM   #24
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Can anyone confirm if there is a new update out for the 899 also? Last one I know of is Jan 18th...
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 12:34 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by Capt CF View Post
Come on, do we all have to celebrate the same day? Besides, getting Mark worked up was worth it.
..Good point...
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 01:57 PM   #26
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Thank you for the update, Brad. Did your dealer happen to provide a corresponding release date for this update? When I had my rear sprocket swapped to the 41T, my dealer did perform a software update at the same time. I would like to rule out the possibility of this being the same update you are referring to.
I did originally ask about the 41 tooth sprocket update.
The tech said there is one specifically for that but it has to be requested/called up through the system for when the sprocket is changed.
All good

That was the first question.

My second question was, "Are there any new updates in general for the bike that you know of?".

He said, " Not that I'm aware of, but seeing as it's here I'll plug it in and we'll see".
After plugging it in he said "It looks like there is indeed a new update that's available".

I asked what it was for, and he said the computer lists it as for fuelling (or something)
It took a fair while to load.
Actually longer than any other updates it's had in the past.
Maybe 10-15 minutes.

The difference it made was unbelievable right from the start

Where before you sort of had to anticipate what the throttle was going to do and try and trick the bike to smooth it out and ride around it.
You had to really work at keeping it smooth over rough patches of road, and setting it up for corners and keeping it from bucking from the slightest throttle handle inputs mid corner.

It's sorted out now.
Just like riding with a throttle cable connected to the throttle bodies.
Throttle inputs are now precisely, and directly reproduced at the throttle bodies
No more mind of its own when you don't want it
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 02:05 PM   #27
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This is probably some sort of post-EPA mapping... Bike on the market, screw emission regulations, new map, booom!
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not saying you are wrong brand but when i asked my stealership about an upmap because of the sproket which i had done over a year ago they said NO. they also said that i am current so i dont know whats going on at all. the performance maps ( i was told) ducati , racing , evo ) are seperate from the other updates. so for example if you have a full system you have racing evo map. any other updates are separate from that.

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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 02:10 PM   #29
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Brad - did your bike definitely get the 0206 update? Sounds very similar to the performance gains from the 0205-0206.

The reason I ask is my bike went in for it's service at the end of last week & I checked the software before re flashing Tuneboy, it still showed 0206. Could be that it's been released this week though or the tech was lazy!
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I was at the dealer today to get the recall done for the left control switch supplementary wiring harness. QUOTE]

i too had the recall done for the wiring harness. i also had my termi slips installed. the tech working on the bike was really nice and went over everything done. he didn't mention any update to the software though (other than the upmap install). though after riding the bike home i did notice a better response from the bike. but that might just be from the upmap
Yes there is a noticeable difference in the Termi slip installed maps.

I had that back in mid 2012.
Then there was the improvement in the fuelling from new maps which came out in late 2012.
Then I think there were more updates for improving the quickshifter operation.

This is the latest/most recent and by far the most significant change to the 1199.
It transforms it into something else completely

WAF flagged it as a possibility after talking with the rep from the importer.
He's been having some ongoing trouble coming to terms with the throttle actuation/operation.
So he was enquiring about what fixes were available, or is DUCATI working on it?

The rep said for him to get this update and it should see him right.

Thank goodness he thought to mention this on the forum
Otherwise, I wouldn't have asked about it out of curiosity while I was there yesterday.
As I said, the dealer wasn't aware of it initially.
And they do normally get notified by email about these types of things.
If the bike wasn't connected to the DDS yesterday, no one would've been any wiser.

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