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Old Dec 13th 2018, 05:58 AM   #31
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Since my last post, I had the ECU flashed by Rexxer to match the SC-Project exhaust. I've also added an Annitori quick-shifter. Fully adjustable and really rocks, especially from 1rst to second.
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Originally Posted by DarR View Post
Since my last post, I had the ECU flashed by Rexxer to match the SC-Project exhaust. I've also added an Annitori quick-shifter. Fully adjustable and really rocks, especially from 1rst to second.
I have a factory Quickshifter on my 959 Corse. The only time I really use it is when I'm coming off an on-ramp, rapidly entering a 4 lane highway.

Having said that, having a QS on my 1200 R would be pretty cool. Can you share your experience with your aftermarket kit?

Also, can someone please school me on why an Autoblip/downshifter is beneficial?

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Old Sep 22nd 2019, 05:14 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by DrSpencer View Post
I have a factory Quickshifter on my 959 Corse. The only time I really use it is when I'm coming off an on-ramp, rapidly entering a 4 lane highway.

Having said that, having a QS on my 1200 R would be pretty cool. Can you share your experience with your aftermarket kit?

Also, can someone please school me on why an Autoblip/downshifter is beneficial?

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Sorry for the late reply. The Annitori QS is awesome. Best mod among my mods. I use it all the time. It's up only however. Notwithstanding, I have a Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak which comes with an U/D factory QS. I never use the Down feature as you have to fully close the throttle for it to engage. I just prefer staying on the gas to rev-match and use the clutch. It's just as fast if not faster IMO.
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Old Sep 22nd 2019, 05:22 PM   #34
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Monster 1200 R does not seem to be available for 2020 as it's no longer on Ducati's website.
Will probably be superseded by the new Streefighter.
I loved the look of the older Streetfigther but the design of this new iteration does not do it for me. Too much beak. It needs a small fairing like the Tuono imo.
Looks like I'll be keeping my R for awhile.

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I would just like to add that I bought a M1200R based on this thread! Huge thanks, its been one of the best bikes Ive had for a daily, wish I would have gotten one sooner!
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It's an awesome roadster for sure. That front wheel going light is addictive.
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