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Old Jan 23rd 2019, 06:36 PM   #1
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May be a stupid question, but does the S model come with DDA installed or am I going to have to buy something?

Does anyone have experience with the analysis software at the track? Curious how user friendly it is and what sort of data it generates. The Yamaha software is pretty kick ass so I'm wondering how close the Ducati package is to theirs...
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Old Jan 23rd 2019, 09:31 PM   #2
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Does not come with it. You have to buy the module and GPS antenna.

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Old Jan 24th 2019, 01:43 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by snelsonm5 View Post
May be a stupid question, but does the S model come with DDA installed or am I going to have to buy something?

Does anyone have experience with the analysis software at the track? Curious how user friendly it is and what sort of data it generates. The Yamaha software is pretty kick ass so I'm wondering how close the Ducati package is to theirs...
Hi mate,

Just be aware there are 2 versions, basic and race specific (not the correct wording). Unfortunately you need to buy the basic version (gps transponder and usb stick) seperately if you wish to have the race system.

The "basic system" has a great gps mapping system with speed, throttle position, gear, distance, temp...I can't remember the rest.

The 'race' version has front and rear brake sensors, as well as front and rear suspension telescopic feedback sensors. Its fucking brilliant. You can see how much brake pressure your using as well as how your suspension is reacting.

In Australia the basic package is about $600 and the race package is about $2000.

It depends on what you want from it. Some guys here love it, other hate it.

The software download process from Prossa isn't straight forward and they rarely update it, but I have it on Mac and PC and works the same on both.

Have a look here:

DDA Web Support: Home page

Hope this helps.
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Old Jan 24th 2019, 08:13 AM   #4
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Interesting...on the Ducati Performance site they only list one part number for the DDA kit - any idea how you would get ahold of the "race package"?
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Old Jan 24th 2019, 08:38 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by snelsonm5 View Post
Interesting...on the Ducati Performance site they only list one part number for the DDA kit - any idea how you would get ahold of the "race package"?
I guess he means the the "Panigale Data Acquisition Kit"?
This kit comes without DDA stick and GPS module.

I sell a new kit for half the price. I have to check whether I have left some DDA sticks and GPS modules around...
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I guess he means the the "Panigale Data Acquisition Kit"?
This kit comes without DDA stick and GPS module.

I sell a new kit for half the price. I have to check whether I have left some DDA sticks and GPS modules around...
Just in case you don't find any: I have a DDA stick and GPS I would part with. I have already described in another thread that I have mixed experience with the GPS. I rarely had accurate and reliable lap timing. I haven't even tried other functions. I haven't ever refreshed the software, though. And it is for 1199 if that matters.
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Originally Posted by snelsonm5 View Post
Interesting...on the Ducati Performance site they only list one part number for the DDA kit - any idea how you would get ahold of the "race package"?
I bought mine from these guys.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Ducati-C...1rm:rk:22:pf:0

Gecko is a stand up member of this forum and if he has the full package I'm sure he'd look after you.
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I forgot to mention that in order to use the USB stick to download the extra data available for the 'race kit' you will need an old PC that uses windows 7 so the usb stick can be formatted.

The software is again downloaded from the Prosa website.
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Old Jan 25th 2019, 08:06 AM   #9
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Have you used the software? Curious what channels it actually downloads. Specifically I'm wondering if it has brake pressure? I'd really like to use this at the track to map things like speed, gear, lean angle, gear, etc...and brake pressure would be really nice to have.
Man, the Prosa website is a joke - no email support whatsoever...compared to the Yamaha data telemetry software that comes standard with the R1M, the Ducati software looks like something designed from 10 years ago!
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The OEM DDA+ GPS provides the basic channels such as throttle opening, vehicle speed, engine rpm, gear selection, engine temperature, distance travelled, revs and DTC index in addition to lean angle on some bikes such as the 15+ R models and I believe the V4 series.

You’ll need to install additional sensors included with the Corse package add-on (not cheap) if you are looking for advanced data acquisition channels such as brake pressure and suspension data. Gets expensive, quickly.

Originally Posted by snelsonm5 View Post
Have you used the software? Curious what channels it actually downloads. Specifically I'm wondering if it has brake pressure? I'd really like to use this at the track to map things like speed, gear, lean angle, gear, etc...and brake pressure would be really nice to have.
Man, the Prosa website is a joke - no email support whatsoever...compared to the Yamaha data telemetry software that comes standard with the R1M, the Ducati software looks like something designed from 10 years ago!
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