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Old Aug 4th 2018, 12:02 PM   #11
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I’m glad to see others getting good results with brentunings alpha n. Hope to try it soon
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Old Aug 4th 2018, 12:04 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by tifosi1299 View Post
having a racing evo map from ducati will that effect anything with my 1299?
I contacted brentuning and each map they write is specific to your ecu. You will have to extract your ecu info, send it to them and they will write map to be installed based on your mods.
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Old Aug 4th 2018, 01:20 PM   #13
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I can cosign the Brentune flash is good. I also have a rapidbike EVO, but i plan on removing it because its really not necessary to have both. It's also less headache if you ever need to diagnose a problem to not have another layer to deal with.
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Old Aug 4th 2018, 11:32 PM   #14
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I Ride: 1199 Panigale S (2014)
I have also had bren tuning files on my 1199S for over a year now. It transformed the bike totally in the bottom rpm and it is now possible to ride it from ~3000 rpm and up. With the first tune I Got Bike still felt a bit jerky in the midrange (4500-5500 rpm) under certain circumstances. I got an updated file this spring and those are also gone now! I am really happy I decided to go with BT instead of other options I considered.
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Old Aug 5th 2018, 07:33 PM   #15
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Put the Brentune in last week on my 1199 base. Need more ass time but so far does seem to have better torque in the 3k range than stock. Plus they were super easy to deal with and ultra responsive customer service
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Old Aug 7th 2018, 03:15 AM   #16
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I rode the bike for 2-300 miles. It is much different. Confidence leaving stop lights, does not chug or give a hint of leaning/stalling, much smoother in low rpms that I found myself cruising at 3k rpm. Throttle is linier now, has more of a cable response feel.
I rode it mostly in race mod with everything shut off. Felt good unlike before it was twitchy on throttle response.
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Old Aug 7th 2018, 03:16 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Rayzor View Post
No, alpha n is strictly tps & rpm. No map or maf or airflow meter. Itís used in cars with multiple individual throttle bodies (butterfly per cylinder where vacuum goes very low on just slight opening. Not enough resolution to use map signal)

Speed density uses map values. Mass airflow systems measures total air mass. Airflow meter is another type that measures air but only measures volume (barn door that swings open in proportion to air and sweeps across sensor for position) it doesnít measure density (cold air more dense so more air molecules then hot air of same volume )

Theory: Alpha-N ę Moates Support
Good yo know. Never looked into that tuning setup. My line of work tunes in off a map since we do a lot of boosted app's.
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Old Aug 7th 2018, 06:00 AM   #18
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Mine still chugs at take off, guess its inevitable. I'm used to being able to stay in 2nd if rolling, but not with the 1199. Its an absolute animal at the top end tho
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Old Aug 7th 2018, 01:36 PM   #19
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I Ride: Had 1098, have 1199, VTR1000, 900SS converted to scrambler
Ducati's are notoriously geared tall in first, so I dropped from the stock 15 tooth to a 14 tooth front sprocket on my 1199, made a huge difference on leaving from a stop and riding around town (cheap upgrade too!). This gives about a 7% increase in torque multiplication in the final drive ratio, 14t/39t versus stock 15t/39t but may reduce top speed (as if I care). However, it did not fix the low engine speed surging bucking that is common from 3-5k rpm, even with my full Termignoni system and Race EVO Up-Map. The race ECU and Termignonis fixed my 1098 lean stumbles/stalls on that bike, but apparently the Ducati tuners did not eliminate the low speed stumbles on the Panigale platform with the ECU flash and exhaust. I have talked with Bren Tuning and have ordered their handheld/map based on the positive feedback regarding their tunes on this forum. I am hoping for improved smoothness from 3000 rpm up, will keep everyone posted on the changes. I am hoping for the best because I love this bike except for the low end surging/bucking.
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Old Aug 7th 2018, 10:32 PM   #20
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I Ride: 1199 Panigale S (2014)
It will transform the bike totally in that area and make it easy to ride from 3000 rpm and up. Would be interesting to read your feedback after map change.
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