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Old Aug 18th 2014, 02:01 PM   #41
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That is not the closed loop area ! closed loop area is below 19% throttle and below 6000rpm, the only time that area is touched when the bike is on dyno machine, ask me how i know it can be adjusted but out of all panigales we have seen, it is is area that stays around negative numbers .

EDIT: That area seems to be resticted on the completely stock bikes, we noted that on 2 completely stock 1199, 1 of them being Leon's if we had started the dyno run at about 4000 rpm during acceleration , the FI light would come of but would not have any effect on bikes performance if we had started at 6000 rpm we would see nothing, this wouldn't happen on the bikes with termi slip on and upmap, I had also road tested another panigale right after a dyno run tried to duplicate the Fi situation but could't do it... It is a Dyno thing and only on stock bikes , here are some photos from our RapidBike party


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Old Aug 18th 2014, 02:11 PM   #42
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19% throttle and around 5000rpm = garbage zone
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Old Aug 22nd 2014, 02:57 AM   #43
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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. Get it today, ( 5 days to USA-swizerland!) Thanks Yaman!
Was very easy put it in (less 2 hours).
Going to track this sunday, let you know the diffrence...
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Old Aug 26th 2014, 09:39 AM   #44
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I'd like some feedback from members who have purchased this in the form of dyno graphs and anecdotal (seat of pants) experience especially regarding throttle response as the group buy is tempting me.
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Old Aug 26th 2014, 11:30 AM   #45
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There are tons of user reviews on this product on the forum. The RB module takes care of the surging that we've all experienced, and makes the bikes smoother. With my stock exhaust, I got a 7hp bump up top. I haven't run it with the new slip ons and the new map. We are taking the bikes to the bike night in Thursday, so maybe I'll dyno it then.
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Old Aug 26th 2014, 11:58 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by jasinner View Post
I'd like some feedback from members who have purchased this in the form of dyno graphs and anecdotal (seat of pants) experience especially regarding throttle response as the group buy is tempting me.
Here you go: http://ducati1199.com/mechanical-tec...-module-3.html

Post #26 is where I start my review after just getting it installed and several other RapidBike users chime in with their similar responses.


Post #44 is where I posted a dyno graph showing the midrange gain of 11 rwhp after installing the RapidBike race with no other mods.

I had not cleaned my MWR HE air filter in 4,000 miles, and it was seriously gummed up, causing me to lose a lot of top end, which shows the difference up top. I hope to go to the same Cycle Gear Bike Night that Leon mentions above this Thursday to have another back-to-back dyno where the RapidBike Race is completely bypassed. This will compare my 2012 with Termi slip-on and MWR HE filter with just the Termi slip-on map, against the RapidBike Race module with about 1,500 miles of street riding "learning" on the system. Stay tuned!
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Old Aug 26th 2014, 02:04 PM   #47
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I have the Microtec on my 2010 1198s and had it installed at the DucShop in Atlanta GA, it made a big diffrence on the 1198, but it took 6 hrs of dyno tuning to make it work properly. I had Yaman @ CyclePro install the RB-race on my 2013 1199s which took a couple of hours and after loading the new mapping and a little tweeking I noticed a HUGE difference on throttle response, no more lurching or surging at all, the added 6HP at the top was just a plus. I took it from sea level in Florida to 6,000ft in the mountains of NC and it only took maybe 30 miles before it had adjusted itself perfectly. I would have to say it is the single best item I've added to my bike with maybe the exception of the BST Carbon wheels which I also purchased from CyclePro. Thanks Yaman
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Old Aug 27th 2014, 04:29 AM   #48
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I Ride: Current: 2019 V4S w/ full Akra & BST's & too much Rizoma. Retired: 1199 Tricolore, 1299S, Diavel
Not sure what I can add, other than to mirror some of the experience of others. I have RapidBike Race on my ZX-10R, and the quickshift is amazing. You can tune it to the engage at certain pressures, measured in kilograms.

I am currently looking (or beginning to search) for a Panigale, mainly because of the RapidBike system. I had ridden a few 1199s, and frankly, compared to the power and spot-on fueling of the Ninja, I didn't like them. My buddy Will's 1199s had such a stumbling, bumbling hole in the torque curve that it made the bike not enjoyable for me to ride.

While dyno runs, post-RapidBike showed the inherent torque dip of a large-bore L2, the fueling is so spot you don't "feel" it unless you are wide open. It's an amazing before/after different. Additionally, with a full Termi and the RapidBike, his 1199S won a recent dyno shoot out, on a 100 degree day with 108 degrees recorded in the dyno, his Panigale put the BMWs (and my Ninja) to shame with an impressive, heat-soaked 181 hp pull.
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Old Aug 28th 2014, 10:03 AM   #49
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This was just emailed to me from one of our dealers South Africa, name of the shop is MOTO UNO and here is the web site [URL="http://www.motounoracing.co.za/"[/URL]

I am just going to copy/paste from their e-mail and let you decide......
hello Yaman.

how are you doing ?

Here i send you graph from dyno .

Red is 1199s slip ons with Rapid after 2 days.

Blue is 1199s Full system termignoni,sprint filter .PCV and auto tune. tuned already

Green is 1199s Full system Termignoni and racing air filter. Rapid bike just fitted no self mapping yet .

red run was done about 10 days earlier .all runs done at same dyno .

looks good

what do you say ?

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Old Aug 28th 2014, 10:06 AM   #50
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here is the other e-mail!
This is the 1199s with and without rapid,
red is with RB after 3 days and about 200 km.
slip ons ,std air filter .
the same bike a sent graph earlier.

he is very happy !!
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