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Old Sep 25th 2019, 02:44 AM   #41
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On the V4 I am not sure but as GunMoto mentions, you should eliminate the potential source of interference by replacing/ checking the impact those connections potentially have on that circuit.


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Old Sep 25th 2019, 05:38 PM   #42
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Zard and Eliminator

I just installed Zard Slipon/Healtech with latest Firmware...V4 S was at dealer 2 weeks ago and had all updates/recalls completed.

So I can also confirm...No issues with engine light, etc.
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Old Sep 26th 2019, 12:33 PM   #43
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Update. My engine light came back on after a few rides and it is the ese code. And now it wonít go off even after a reset. Donít know why it went off for a couple of weeks.
Very strange!


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Old Sep 26th 2019, 01:16 PM   #44
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I got the servo eliminator today. The assembly is very simple. Before mounting make sure that the exhaust flap is open. then unplug the connector and connect to the eliminator. greetings
Nice! Thanks for sharing the detail. Does anyone know the purpose of this flapper? Is it made just to decrease noise at cruising speed? If so, that is going to the top of my accessory list for safely lane splitting. Noisy is noticeable. I don't want to be sneaking up on anyone.

I'm curious if there's any performance effects, or if the Ducati Engineers had any other reason for including. Also, does it help with cooling the bike? I notice after long freeway trips on the bike it's warm enough to run the fan for a while after shutoff. If you notice any temp improvement please let me know.
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Old Sep 26th 2019, 11:56 PM   #45
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Nice! Thanks for sharing the detail. Does anyone know the purpose of this flapper? Is it made just to decrease noise at cruising speed? If so, that is going to the top of my accessory list for safely lane splitting. Noisy is noticeable. I don't want to be sneaking up on anyone.

I'm curious if there's any performance effects, or if the Ducati Engineers had any other reason for including. Also, does it help with cooling the bike? I notice after long freeway trips on the bike it's warm enough to run the fan for a while after shutoff. If you notice any temp improvement please let me know.
https://blog.brocksperformance.com/e...ors-explained/

in here you find:
The purpose of this system according to the motorcycle manufacturersí marketing departments is to create back-pressure at lower RPMs to increase torque. Unfortunately, this probably isnít the real reason; the true purpose of the exup valves is to meet noise and emissions regulations. The exhaust valves are partially closed at idle and low rpm to reduce noise, and closed again at the upper RPMs to meet peak noise and emissions regulations. The proof of this has been shown on the dyno where removing the valves and retuning the engine creates a flatter better torque curve. Additionally, in the USA, most bikes close the valve again at the upper RPM range, but in Europe they do not (different regulations) and the European bikes typically create a few more HP on the top end as a result.

The last sentence is right, the EU V4R has a little more HP than the US V4R
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https://blog.brocksperformance.com/e...ors-explained/



in here you find:

The purpose of this system according to the motorcycle manufacturersí marketing departments is to create back-pressure at lower RPMs to increase torque. Unfortunately, this probably isnít the real reason; the true purpose of the exup valves is to meet noise and emissions regulations. The exhaust valves are partially closed at idle and low rpm to reduce noise, and closed again at the upper RPMs to meet peak noise and emissions regulations. The proof of this has been shown on the dyno where removing the valves and retuning the engine creates a flatter better torque curve. Additionally, in the USA, most bikes close the valve again at the upper RPM range, but in Europe they do not (different regulations) and the European bikes typically create a few more HP on the top end as a result.



The last sentence is right, the EU V4R has a little more HP than the US V4R


Interesting; I guess I had better add researching exhaust options to my to do list.


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Old Sep 29th 2019, 05:01 PM   #47
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Update...I installed the newest version which is V3. Several rides without any issues
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Old Oct 1st 2019, 12:24 PM   #48
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Update...I installed the newest version which is V3. Several rides without any issues


Which bike software version do you have and which country are you in?


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Old Oct 1st 2019, 01:46 PM   #49
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United States...Bike was serviced 9/10/19 by Las Vegas Ducati...so I assume thats the latest software version
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Old Oct 2nd 2019, 12:10 PM   #50
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United States...Bike was serviced 9/10/19 by Las Vegas Ducati...so I assume thats the latest software version


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