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Old Aug 17th 2014, 06:35 AM   #31
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Thank you YTURAN for all this information.

I just wanted to give you some feedback how life is in Switzerland.
What I need/search/love to have is a plug and play solution. Just remove the OEM parts, plug in the new stuff and have a faster/cooler bike!

There are only a few tuners around me (300km) that are trustworthy.
Dynoing a bike is not like in the US, it's like starting a NASA project.

What would I need to buy/install to get a more performant Panigale without having the bike "tuned" by some beer-drinking cat-raping guys around the distance I mentioned?
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Old Aug 17th 2014, 06:52 AM   #32
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You can either get the racing or evo system and , I can guarantee you won't need dyno tuning, as long as you are willing to explore RB master software , we can help you out with setting and such.
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Old Aug 17th 2014, 07:21 AM   #33
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I Ride: 1199 SL, 1199S Tri, 1299S Anni, MV Agusta F4 750, M1200S, M696, Husaberg FS650e, Petronas FP1
So, it's RB EVO DUCATI PANIGALE 1199 ALL $680.00 for street usage?
Installation instructions included to do it DIY?

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Old Aug 17th 2014, 07:33 AM   #34
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Yes, there is also a small forum discount too .....
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Old Aug 17th 2014, 07:39 AM   #35
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Order it. When I get it, let you know how diffucult/easy was installation and how motor working.. going Bresse track next sunday, hope get before that..and if not , least can test dijon track next month...
Ps. Do you try Tom Hauri? He is not far for you (aargau). He has dyno, and lot of experience ducati motors. He tuned my 1098, and no bad things to say.
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Old Aug 17th 2014, 12:55 PM   #36
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YTURAN,

Based on the differences you described from the EVO to RACE system, is the RACE really going benefit the Panigale on the street?

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Old Aug 17th 2014, 01:02 PM   #37
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In general, according to Italy, Dimsport RapidBike , some bikes are greatly benefit from advanced ignition timing, due to manufacturers warranty policies, warranty and liability purposes as far as what they have seen was, S1000RR, 1199, 899, Aprilia RSv4, cbr1000rr , most ktms and almos all of bmw boxer engines are purposely limited by ignition timing,

If we just look at the 1199 ignition map in the software and how it was mapped explains a lot if things, tomorrow I wll try to post up some screen shots of it......
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Old Aug 18th 2014, 01:41 AM   #38
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Order it. When I get it, let you know how diffucult/easy was installation and how motor working.. going Bresse track next sunday, hope get before that..and if not , least can test dijon track next month...
Ps. Do you try Tom Hauri? He is not far for you (aargau). He has dyno, and lot of experience ducati motors. He tuned my 1098, and no bad things to say.
Thank you Sutki!
Checked his website, it seems he's familiar with tuneboy.
Are you going to install RB yourself?
I am very interessted for your feedback!
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Old Aug 18th 2014, 06:56 AM   #39
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Thank you Sutki!
Checked his website, it seems he's familiar with tuneboy.
Are you going to install RB yourself?
I am very interessted for your feedback!
Hi, I do it myself, let you know how it was.
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Old Aug 18th 2014, 02:55 PM   #40
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The closed loop section is not adjustable with the RB either, at least not extensively.
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