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Old Oct 14th 2014, 11:00 AM   #11
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ScrapperX, how did you remove the slack?
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Removed the stop pin, twisted the throttle a little to take up the slack pinned it about 1/4 turn. Remapped it using Rexxer. Verified throttle position using DDS2 and verified again on the dyno. Ducati westlake actually did the work $75. I witness the job from start to finish took about 30-45 min. I would have done myself but I don't have the DDS2 to verify the throttle positions. I wasn't sure how accurate Rexxer would be but its spot on.
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Ha, I am a handful of miles from Ducati Westlake. I'll take it there. Need to get a map for the termi anyways and they are the only dyno in town. Thanks for the tip!
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Removed the stop pin, twisted the throttle a little to take up the slack pinned it about 1/4 turn. Remapped it using Rexxer. Verified throttle position using DDS2 and verified again on the dyno. Ducati westlake actually did the work $75. I witness the job from start to finish took about 30-45 min. I would have done myself but I don't have the DDS2 to verify the throttle positions. I wasn't sure how accurate Rexxer would be but its spot on.

This is really good information to know. I wonder if any of the other systems (Tuneboy, RapidBike, etc.) can do the same thing with theirs?

Wayne? ... Yaman?
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Removed the stop pin, twisted the throttle a little to take up the slack pinned it about 1/4 turn. Remapped it using Rexxer. Verified throttle position using DDS2 and verified again on the dyno. Ducati westlake actually did the work $75. I witness the job from start to finish took about 30-45 min. I would have done myself but I don't have the DDS2 to verify the throttle positions. I wasn't sure how accurate Rexxer would be but its spot on.
+1 on Will's fix at Westlake. I LOVE the way the throttle feels now.

Hey ScrapperX, off this topic, but I literally melted that tygon rear reservoir replacement that you recommended. I think it was due to being WOT on the track on a 104 degree day, so I guess it would be considered extreme circumstances. I wanted to pass along the info though for you to be aware. Will shortened the tube and moved it farther away from the heat shield for now.
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+1 on Will's fix at Westlake. I LOVE the way the throttle feels now.

Hey ScrapperX, off this topic, but I literally melted that tygon rear reservoir replacement that you recommended. I think it was due to being WOT on the track on a 104 degree day, so I guess it would be considered extreme circumstances. I wanted to pass along the info though for you to be aware. Will shortened the tube and moved it farther away from the heat shield for now.
Wow, thanks for the info on the Tygon tubing. Mine got a little soft during the Dyno Runs but haven't a problem since. It gets pretty hot back there I'm on my third rear tire hugger (1 original and 2 CF)

Took off some of the heat reflective tape that is in the CF heat sheild seems to be doing fine but the metal sheild reflects a lot of heat downwards.
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Wow, thanks for the info on the Tygon tubing. Mine got a little soft during the Dyno Runs but haven't a problem since. It gets pretty hot back there I'm on my third rear tire hugger (1 original and 2 CF)

Took off some of the heat reflective tape that is in the CF heat sheild seems to be doing fine but the metal sheild reflects a lot of heat downwards.
Hmm.. I do not want to hijack this thread, but....
Which tygon tube did you use? SE200 goes up to 77 Deg Celsius, 7450 (the one I installed) only up to 52 Deg Celsius. Sounds like nothing, but in real world things are different
As far as I know PVC has a operating temp. of 55 Deg Celsius

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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
Removed the stop pin, twisted the throttle a little to take up the slack pinned it about 1/4 turn. Remapped it using Rexxer. Verified throttle position using DDS2 and verified again on the dyno. Ducati westlake actually did the work $75. I witness the job from start to finish took about 30-45 min. I would have done myself but I don't have the DDS2 to verify the throttle positions. I wasn't sure how accurate Rexxer would be but its spot on.
Sweet! Thanks.

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Hmm.. I do not want to hijack this thread, but....
Which tygon tube did you use? SE700 goes up to 77 Deg Celsius, 7450 (the one I installed) only up to 52 Deg Celsius. Sounds like nothing, but in real world things are different
As far as I know PVC has a operating temp. of 55 Deg Celsius
Lol, totally hijcaked man, no worries.
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Old Oct 15th 2014, 01:05 PM   #20
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Hmm.. I do not want to hijack this thread, but....
Which tygon tube did you use? SE200 goes up to 77 Deg Celsius, 7450 (the one I installed) only up to 52 Deg Celsius. Sounds like nothing, but in real world things are different
As far as I know PVC has a operating temp. of 55 Deg Celsius
Tygon 2375 ultra chemical resistant. Brembo uses/recommends this for their Brake/Clutch lines. I think Tygon 2375 has a recommended operating temp at 130 degrees F. Which if installed next to the heat shield would probably exceed that temp pretty quickly.

http://www.kurveygirl.com/tygon2075/...comparison.pdf
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