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Old Oct 21st 2014, 10:40 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by Sergio1199Panigale View Post
What's the $$$ damage for that, average?
TUNEBOY PRODUCT
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DUCATI TUNEBOY WiFi KIT (Tune and Cruise)

Mitsubishi ECU's. This includes the TuneBoy Advance WiFi module and adapter cable, Flash software and one Cruise control key. This is everything you need to make custom maps and install Cruise control for your Panigale

$599.00


DUCATI TUNEBOY WiFi KIT (Cruise only)

Mitsubishi ECU's. This includes the TuneBoy Advance WiFi module and adapter cable, Flash software and one Cruise-control-ONLY key. This is everything you need to add Cruise control to your Ducati Panigale. This does not provide any tuning option, it also does not support the nudge up/down buttons as the O2 sensors are still active

$399.00




Strain Gauge QuickShifter Kit

Strain Gauge quickshifter, Wired ready to plug in to Ducati O2 wiring plug. This allows GP shift pattern or standard pattern, This speeds up the QuickShifter and it also adds down shift blipper for clutchless down shifting, This only works with TuneBoy Tuning or Cruise and Tuning map files

$475.00



DUCATI TUNEBOY Cruise Nudge Buttons

This includes the nudge buttons with the plug and resistors already installed. This is a plug-in option and allows the cruise control speed to be adjusted. This option is only available when you purchase the full Cruise Control option above. NOT SOLD SEPERATELY. The buttons are NOT COMPATIBLE with the CRUISE ONLY option

$59.00


Innovate LC-2 Wide Band O2 Sensor Kit

LC-2 wide band O2 controller, O2 sensor and Ducati O2 wiring plug. You will also need 18mm-12mm adapter if your bike has 12mm O2 sensors

$229.00


Innovate 18mm-12mm O2 adapter

Stainless steel adapter to connect 18mm wide band O2 sensor into 12mm mounting of exhaust. Only available for purchase if you are buying the LC-2 kit above

$39.00


EMS - EXPRESS COURIER INTERNATIONAL

This should arrive in 2 - 4 business days, otherwise registered mail is used. (This option only applies when you purchase the Starter Kit or WiFi module listed at the top of this page.)

$76.25



EXPRESS POST SHIPPING (AUSTRALIAN ORDERS ONLY)

This should arrive in 1 - 2 days (This option only applies when you purchase the starter kit or WiFi module listed at the top of this page.)

$13.05



the wideband sensor kit is cheaper to get here in the USA
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Old Oct 21st 2014, 11:07 AM   #62
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Honest fear??? Fear would be shifting my body weight entering a corner, accidentally hitting the shifter (and depending on the sensitivity of these systems) grenading a motor...

I enjoy downshifting, mastering throttle blips, etc. I'm not competing for titles or money, but I can see why some find this appealing or it may shave a few tenths-seconds off their best lap etc etc.

I'm sure this will be introduced on more street bikes in the coming year(s)
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Old Oct 21st 2014, 11:11 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by Mitchlguzin View Post
Honest fear??? Fear would be shifting my body weight entering a corner, accidentally hitting the shifter (and depending on the sensitivity of these systems) grenading a motor...

I enjoy downshifting, mastering throttle blips, etc. I'm not competing for titles or money, but I can see why some find this appealing or it may shave a few tenths-seconds off their best lap etc etc.

I'm sure this will be introduced on more street bikes in the coming year(s)
you're right....hopefully 2015 -- at that point, "try it, you may like it"
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Old Oct 21st 2014, 05:19 PM   #64
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Im in for the street version.
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Old Oct 21st 2014, 10:35 PM   #65
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I would like Peter to release a version of the Techtronics CABS system for the 1199. It was one of the first things I inquired about when prepping my duc. I've used his product on yamaha race bikes and it works extremely well. i think the yamaha unit retails for $300ish.

The tuneboy setup doesn't seem like a bad deal if you are already using it for mapping.

Good luck

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Old Oct 22nd 2014, 05:29 AM   #66
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not directly related but there is quite some general interest:

Quick shift Kit for the TuneBoy system - Ducati.ms - The Ultimate Ducati Forum
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Hey jarelj

Are you going to go a step further on this? Or are the comments on this thread too disappointing for you
I checked with one of the well known german dealers about the Tuneboy blipper solution. Since I do not have Tuneboy installed yet it would cost me 1350 USD, only material without work!!!
I really would love an alternative way, since I only want a blipper and no ECU remapping.
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wait on ducati......it should hopefully be available stock (doesn't hurt to wish for it)
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wait on ducati......it should hopefully be available stock (doesn't hurt to wish for it)

I'm not sure whether the 1299, the 1199R or both will have it next year. But I'm pretty sure that upgrading a 2012 Tri or an SL will be impossible. At least I can't remember that Ducati offered this kind of electronics upgrade in the past, but please correct me if I'm wrong!
And buying a new 1x99 in 2015 is not my goal. To be honest I fall a little bit in love with the H2R pictures. But I haven't seen this monster "eye-to-eye" (don't worry, I'll always be loyal to Italian brands , but they are simply to costly for me to track them, because I tend to follow gravity).
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Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
Hey jarelj

Are you going to go a step further on this? Or are the comments on this thread too disappointing for you
I checked with one of the well known german dealers about the Tuneboy blipper solution. Since I do not have Tuneboy installed yet it would cost me 1350 USD, only material without work!!!
I really would love an alternative way, since I only want a blipper and no ECU remapping.
Yes, the product is coming for sure, the vendor just wants to get a feel for how big of a production run to plan for, which will also affect the pricing. So far there is a lot of interest in an external downshift blipper solution that does not require the ECU changes that the TuneBoy system does.
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