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Old Sep 12th 2019, 03:24 PM   #11
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I REALLY hope I will not fall in love with the whole bike,instead of only trying the sw :-)[/QUOTE]

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Old Sep 16th 2019, 08:27 AM   #12
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I wish I had saved £500 and not had it installed as I noticed no difference at all Ö..
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Old Sep 22nd 2019, 07:47 PM   #13
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I think the differences can only be perceived, if someone slides like a mad man with a tone of throttle all leaned over coming of turns. And that is like less than 2% of all track riders IMO.

I thought about it, but not sure if my level requires it. I light up the yellow light a lot and ride on TC 2 or 3, but I havenít encountered any jerkiness or issues with intervention on my standard V4S system. I think iíll Save the buck until I do.
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Old Sep 27th 2019, 10:41 AM   #14
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Finally I can give some feedbacks on the EVO 2.
First thing first,the v4R is a different beast than the V4,so some differences apply.
I made direct comparison on my DDA and the R.
I had a 2 minutes dead lap,but I didn't push as hard as this on my friend's R.
So comparison was on 2:05 laps.
Mugello circuit is a 3rd gear racetrack,so not involving very slow corners that would have stressed more the TC or Sliding Controls.
Surely S.Donato,Correntaio and Bucine,have something to show.
I am sure that the TC has an easier job to do with the wider and lower torque delivery.
TC is smoother and happened to work only in few occasions.
It is better,surely.
The quick shifter is faster and seems more racing oriented,but nothing I would die about.
All in all,I will install it into my base V4,only for one reason
and it is a BIG ONE.
The tires are wearing way less than on EVO 1.
This was confirmed also by another guy that was riding there,and not only by the R,that could have made some difference.

So go for it.....IMHO
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Old Sep 27th 2019, 10:45 AM   #15
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In case you are interested in the EVO 1 behaviour in Mugello

you can have a look at one of my laps



BTW Even if I was not the quicker around( 5 riders were training for the Italian Championship that would have been there a week later),
I was the fastest on the main straight
300+ kmh on the circuit speed trap

yeah :-)
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Old Sep 29th 2019, 05:54 PM   #16
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Hey that was awesome ! Great video, thanks for sharing
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Old Sep 30th 2019, 02:56 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by 01COCCOBET View Post
Finally I can give some feedbacks on the EVO 2.
First thing first,the v4R is a different beast than the V4,so some differences apply.
I made direct comparison on my DDA and the R.
I had a 2 minutes dead lap,but I didn't push as hard as this on my friend's R.
So comparison was on 2:05 laps.
Mugello circuit is a 3rd gear racetrack,so not involving very slow corners that would have stressed more the TC or Sliding Controls.
Surely S.Donato,Correntaio and Bucine,have something to show.
I am sure that the TC has an easier job to do with the wider and lower torque delivery.
TC is smoother and happened to work only in few occasions.
It is better,surely.
The quick shifter is faster and seems more racing oriented,but nothing I would die about.
All in all,I will install it into my base V4,only for one reason
and it is a BIG ONE.
The tires are wearing way less than on EVO 1.
This was confirmed also by another guy that was riding there,and not only by the R,that could have made some difference.

So go for it.....IMHO
Hi ,
Last weekend after long time I got my v4s and went straight on track MISANO. When changed the tyres to SC1 and made a tyre calibration , on the exit corner No8 Quercia , 3rd gear Full gas ( Race mode ) , the bike got a DTC error and all became red ...( ABS , DES etc )
I dont want to enter to details but since you are track rider as well the EV02 will short this problems ??
As I understand is slide issue and power
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Old Sep 30th 2019, 04:10 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Mangustis728 View Post
Hi ,
Last weekend after long time I got my v4s and went straight on track MISANO. When changed the tyres to SC1 and made a tyre calibration , on the exit corner No8 Quercia , 3rd gear Full gas ( Race mode ) , the bike got a DTC error and all became red ...( ABS , DES etc )
I dont want to enter to details but since you are track rider as well the EV02 will short this problems ??
As I understand is slide issue and power
that's definitely a different issue. Seems to be common on these bikes, but take it to the dealer for warranty. Mine had that problem, it was related to the quick shifter.
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Old Sep 30th 2019, 04:56 AM   #19
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My V4 never had this issue.
I believe it is related to some sensors.
Mine got another problem related to the gear position and it started to behave strangely.
Swapped the ECU and now is ok.
I can say that after I checked the data on DDA,
I had a chance to understand why I got the AMBER light almost always on after I got on the throttle around tha apex.
It was the sliding control kicking-in.
Now I need to better understand the DDA DATA of LOW TORQUE SLOW and TORQUE FAST data.
What is the difference?
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Old Sep 30th 2019, 05:18 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by elements018 View Post
that's definitely a different issue. Seems to be common on these bikes, but take it to the dealer for warranty. Mine had that problem, it was related to the quick shifter.
On sport mode and normal riding ( Smooth ) with average lean angle = no issues
On race mode Dynamic full gaz quick shifting race way , speed above 200km no problems
I had spend almost 2hrs track time ( 6x20min ) with all the combinations ( default on race mode) result is always the throttle open and lean angle creating the HUGE DTC RED ERROR .
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