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Old Oct 7th 2018, 07:20 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by Desmolvr View Post
Also remember that it will only store 12 laps so if you do not erase them it won’t continue.
Seriously? Have they messed with the set up that much since the V2 that its so shit? Just over 30% of the memory and wont auto overwrite either??
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Old Oct 7th 2018, 01:08 PM   #52
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Yep. That sucks.

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Old Oct 17th 2018, 08:23 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by 1050er View Post
Well, i also expected that the GPS Sensor will be mounted in the nose.
But i got a lot of cables and brackets with the kit and i was confused what to do with this stuff.
Then i checked the V4Speciale spare part charts and found out that it it's mounted in the back.

Possible, there is still the option for mounting behind the nose. There is a plug and a dummy...
Any idea on how to connect in the front? What connector to use?
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Old Oct 18th 2018, 05:03 AM   #54
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Old Oct 19th 2018, 10:11 AM   #55
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Hi, got answer from prosa.
They are aware of this problem, seems to be a software issue.
I'll send the stick to them and they'll update it.

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Old Oct 19th 2018, 10:13 AM   #56
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They cannot send the firmware with instructions to do it ourselves ?
Let us know how it goes!

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Old Oct 22nd 2018, 03:11 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by Trackmaniak View Post
Since your bike In not a Speciale, you have to have It activated by the dealership ...
You can either put the Sensor In the front or In the back ... If you use a Carbon fiber tail fairing, you better put It In the front or the sensor won't work ...
Hi! What does CF have to do with the GPS signal?
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Old Oct 23rd 2018, 04:47 AM   #58
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Originally Posted by AndreiD View Post
Hi! What does CF have to do with the GPS signal?
Don't know the exact reason why ... It seem like carbon fiber blocks the signal
I had a S1000RR with a carbon fiber tail section ( where the GPS sensor was ) and GPS won't work with that tail fairing... as soon as I put a fiberglass tail section It worked perfectly. Just to make sure that was the problem, I tried the carbon fiber section again and GPS signal was not working .... again.
I'm pretty sure that's the reason why Ducati offers 2 locations for the GPS sensor, In case you use a carbon fiber bodywork ...
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Old Oct 26th 2018, 07:23 AM   #59
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Will the existing DDA i have on my 1199S work on the V4 ??
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Old Nov 4th 2018, 12:47 PM   #60
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I ran DDA on my V4S for the first time both days in COTA last weekend. Initially, I had trouble with it, while trying to figure out how to work the system. I kept thinking I needed to set reference point every session.. On Sunday though I had no issues with it, and it worked fine.

GPS module is installed in the rear section, this is how Ducati intended it to be. It is absolutely non-issue, as GPS signal is totally fine. You do not have to install it up front, nor stock harness allows it. I run fiberglass race rear fairing, but GPS is located under the stock removable with ignition key plastic piece.

If you set the reference GPS point/location in an easy corner apex that is easy to hit close every lap (you need to set it only one time, and the stored location will be indicated by the checkered stripe under the GPS icon on the dash), it will be counting laps without any issues.

If you set it on the front straight, where you normally overtake people (on the V4, you WILL be overtaking people on the front straight!), it will not click off laps, so don't do it. It is a bit annoying, but not a big deal for me.

I haven't tested any other DDA functions, but as a lap timer, it is not that bad. I really like that it is integrated in the dash.

I wish Ducati would issue an update for the GPS proximity radius for the reference point larger than it is now.
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