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Old Sep 6th 2017, 12:02 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by able duc View Post
Phil is right (and he is well experienced) and it's what I said to you last week. It will sort out the fuelling troubles these things have from the factory. Now go back and read my thread again on the other things I mentioned, if your not going to take the advice don't ask for it.
1. How do I know he is well experienced? I understand you stated this last week, but since it is a forum and most of it is opinion I was simply trying to get more feedback. Nothing wrong with that.

No reason to get all butt hurt because I wanted more than one forum members opinion then just a simple "rapidbike" answer.

But thanks for your feedback, I appreciate you taking the time to reply last week, not so much now.

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Old Sep 6th 2017, 09:55 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Tuscanijon View Post
1. How do I know he is well experienced? I understand you stated this last week, but since it is a forum and most of it is opinion I was simply trying to get more feedback. Nothing wrong with that.

No reason to get all butt hurt because I wanted more than one forum members opinion then just a simple "rapidbike" answer.

But thanks for your feedback, I appreciate you taking the time to reply last week, not so much now.

Best,

Jonathan
LOL you need to tone it down a ton if you want to fit in here. Attitude from a new member asking for help is not going to get you far. This is probably the best place if you own a duc so youll want to hang around, some guys can get pretty snooty but for the most part theyre all good and full of knowledge about the panis.

Take a look at Phl's history, if he told me to put sugar in my tank i would not question him and only ask if he suggests regular or brown sugar lol

Have you checked if your bike already has a tune of some sort? maybe the guy did so when he changed the exhaust and now that you have a stock exhaust it might be messing things up.
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Old Oct 3rd 2017, 06:28 AM   #13
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Well it has been a few weeks and I bought a tuneboy system. I uploaded a new map and can now say the bike runs much smoother throughout the RPM range.

I am still experiencing irregularly stalling from time to time though. Doing a little research on the forum and it was suggested to remove the charcoal canister. Today I was removing the fairings and come to my surprise the Japanese Spec Panigale doesn't have a charcoal canister.

Some on the forum say to remove the exhaust servo flap, have the TPS looked at, etc.
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Old Oct 3rd 2017, 07:33 AM   #14
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I didn't see this before but I would have just recommended getting a base map put on it if that was an option with a friendly dealer (but maybe not possible?). Definitely looks like you have made a good choice with the Rapidbike though.

The exhaust valve is spring loaded open but they can get a bit stiff and stick closed sometimes which causes issues. The easiest solution is to unhook the cable at the servo (square box behind the fan area, this is dead weight that can be removed but you need a blanking electrical connector to not get an error) make sure the valve is wide open and use steel wire to keep it there.
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Old Oct 3rd 2017, 07:59 AM   #15
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this is all "normal" condition of owning an 1199...
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Old Oct 4th 2017, 03:10 AM   #16
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I didn't see this before but I would have just recommended getting a base map put on it if that was an option with a friendly dealer (but maybe not possible?). Definitely looks like you have made a good choice with the Rapidbike though.

The exhaust valve is spring loaded open but they can get a bit stiff and stick closed sometimes which causes issues. The easiest solution is to unhook the cable at the servo (square box behind the fan area, this is dead weight that can be removed but you need a blanking electrical connector to not get an error) make sure the valve is wide open and use steel wire to keep it there.
I got a Tuneboy... but I will certainly look into the exhaust valve
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Old Oct 4th 2017, 04:10 AM   #17
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Bump up the fuelling a little in the first 3 rpm cells for 0 and 4% tps. About +8 should do the trick.
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