Looks like the ——— is gone with the new update
I have also heard everything you said and I could be completely wrong here but the grip between the tyre and road could end up being identical on a slick and low grip track surface to a suoercorsa and high grip track surface?no i'm sure it doesn't know the tire but that's not how these systems work as i understand it. the system looks for tire slip based on the wheel speed sensor. The place where this may come into play is the comments that i saw about "predictive algorithms". Not sure they will tell us this though. Would be interesting to know if this is more about slicks than supercorse's on the track. I track my bike too but don't have a set of dedicated wheels yet.
What tyres are you running?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